Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Interview with Maria Roman


Monika: Today’s interview will be with Maria Roman, a model, actress, show business celebrity, social activist and transgender icon. I must say you are my idol, Maria!
Maria: Thank you Monika for giving me this opportunity to share a bit about myself. I think it is so beautiful when we can share love and admiration for one another. I am so flattered that you even would say I am your idol. That is a beautiful thing!
Monika: When I look at you, you always radiate with a natural smile and innate kindness? How do you do it?
Maria: Well, life has challenged me in so many ways. I have dealt with homelessness, discrimination and at moments in my life I have felt hopeless. However, even in those challenging moments in my journey I always remembered the people that made an impact in my life and to me those that were kind and loving human beings that offered me love without any expectation in return.
I try to live as honest as it is possible for any human being, and I firmly believe that we are here to love one another, so every chance I get to smile at another human being is an opportunity to share some love with them.
We are so blessed to be given an opportunity in life to be who we want and follow our dreams and that is defiantly something to smile about.

Monday, 4 February 2013

Interview with Penny Clifford

Monika: Today’s interview will be with Penny Clifford, an Australian icon, showgirl, journalist, actress and dancer. Hello Penny!
Penny: Good’ay Monika!
Monika: What are you doing these days?
Penny: I am still performing and I am also into Entertainment and PR Management. 
Monika: The perception of Australian transsexual and transgender ladies is often shaped by the movie “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”. How far was the movie from reality?
Penny: The Movie was fun and was written by people that actually hung around the Sydney drag scene in the early '80s, where they took ideas from drags and transsexuals and created their script. Many of the jokes and characters were based on real life. I was in a show that did travel to the exact casino that the Priscilla Bus & Girls traveled to and the show I was in performed at that casino for a 6-week period. So some of that was definitely based on us, although we flew to get there and there were definitely no pink buses!

Sunday, 3 February 2013

Interview with Lisa Du Preez


Monika: Today’s interview will be with Lisa du Preez, a stunning model and successful business woman. Hello Lisa!
Lisa: Hello Monika, lovely to meet you.
Monika: How did you start modelling?
Lisa: I met a photographer in London and he asked if I will do a photo shoot with him, so I though as I know him I will give it a try, he was so impressed with my pictures that he passed it to a well known photographer and he did a shoot with me, and this is how it all started.

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