Alyson Taylor

Best advice you ever received?

Know your worth, and always charge double. 

Favorite food?

I’ve never met a potato that I didn’t like! Also you can never go wrong with pizza. Even bad pizza is still good. 

Favorite photographer?

No particular favorite!! They’re all amazing in their own creative ways. 

Favorite part of a mans body?

I’m a sucker for a good smile, and hands!!  

Turn ons?

When the man is turned on by me and things I do. 

Turn offs?

I get really turned off when a man can’t control himself when he’s drunk. 

Favorite part of your body?

My butt and my legs! 

You're our wcw, who is yours? 

Craziest place you've ever done it?

Not really crazy but on a trail during a hike! 

Best part of making love? Besides the obvious.

The connection! When it’s right and then you get goosebumps! 

You feel sexiest when?

During a shoot! And after a fresh spray tan.

Favorite place to be touched?

I actually love having my butt rubbed!

Least Favorite place to be touched?

My stomach.

One piece of advice you'd give a guy trying to date you?

Please don’t waste my time!!! I’m too grown for games 

Describe the perfect date.

April 25th — because it’s not too hot, not too cold. All you need is a light jacket!

Describe your worst date.

I had a guy leave his shoes at my apartment after our first date so he had a sure reason to see me again. I put them in a flat rate box from the post office and sent them to his house in the mail. 

What kind of reaction do you get when you tell people you're a glamour model?

I don’t tell people!! Especially men. I let them find my Instagram on their own!

Describe the atmosphere when you're on a shoot. Do you play music? Do you talk with the photographer in between shots?

If I’m shooting with someone new I’m usually nervous for about 2 seconds before we start then after I’m comfortable it feels like just hanging out! 

As a model, how do you deal with the collateral drama of your profession? Like dating?

I deal with it pretty well! I try not to let anything people say or do bother me. I’ve had to deal with a lot of judgement and misunderstandings from people close to me but at the end of the day I do what makes me happy! Also if I’m getting serious with a man I’ll let them know upfront that I won’t change or stop doing what I love and if they’re not okay with that I know they’re not for me. 

If you could go back in time and talk to the young you when you started modeling, what advice would you give yourself?

Just do whatever you want and don’t let anyone make you feel like you’re less than!