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BlackMen Digital Interview: Deleesa Carrasquillo

Thursday 17th, March 2011

BM: Why do you think you should be a BlackMen Magazin Model? 

DC: I should be a BlackMen Model because aside from the obvious, (fresh face, gorgeous and amazing body), I appeal to more than just your physical attraction. I'm always the center of attention not only for my looks but my personality as well, very fun and outgoing!  I'm everyone's favorite. Other than the above, I work hard in everything I do and I'm smart as hell. To know me is to love me.


BM: Did you market yourself to fans on

DC: Yes, I did. I went HARD!



BM: Were you always this amazingly curvy?

DC: Yes, I always had curves but like wine, I got finer with time.



BM: What disadvantages do you feel you have as an urban model?

DC: As an urban model, you’re more likely to be stereotyped as uneducated among other things.  Never judge a book by its cover because you never know what’s ”Behind Her Shades.”–Amber Rose.



BM: Do you think that having size 40 or more hips inhibits most models?

DC: I do, I always wanted to model since high school. Seeing stick thin models makes it very hard for curvy women to believe in success when it comes to this industry.  It was very discouraging looking in magazines with women whose body types matched only about 5% of their readers.



BM: Do you have a commercial head shot?

DC: Yes.



BM: Do you understand that without these things on your resume that your career if any, might be short?

DC: Yes I understand, but until I am able to train for acting I’ll rely on my fast-paced learning abilities.



BM: Favorite drink?

DC: Gin and Tonic.



BM: Favorite food?

DC: Seafood; I’m an expensive date.



BM: Mood Music?

DC: Baby making music preferably R.Kelly, Trey Songz and Chris Brown.



BM: Favorite vacation spot?

DC: Costa Rica, I fell in love with their beautifulcountry, strawberry wine and romantic natural hotsprings.



BM: Favorite place to be kissed?

DC: I can only pick one? In that case, the back of my neck, all the way down my back.



BM: Favorite body part on your man?

DC: What do you think? Ha ha ha..Let’s keep this clean. I’m obsessed with his juicy lips. I can learn all I need to know by the way a man kisses.



BM: Favorite place to kiss him?

DC: His pelvis area, it’s such a tease and a turn on.



BM: How often do you measure yourself?

DC: Not too often, but when I do I’m always very pleased.



BM: Are you proud of your curves?

DC: My curves are to die for, who wouldn’t be proud? Every day I wake up and feel like the sexiest woman.



BM: What curvaceous celebrity do you identify with as a role model for success?

DC: Kim Kardashian. She has an amazing body and she isn’t afraid to show it off.  Even with her sex tape coming to light, her image has never faltered. She remains a role model for many females.



BM: Have you invested money into your career?

DC: Hell yeah! You don’t get anywhere without investing a little something first.



BM: Do you or would you work a 9 to 5 until your career took off?

DC: I presently work a 9-5 to support my goals and aspirations.



BM: If you had an agent, would you refer all assignments to them as in your agreement, or do you feel you should take some work without informing them?

DC: Once I agree to the terms and conditions of an agreement, I abide by them.  A major part of any business is RESPECT.  It goes both ways; in order to receive you have to give.



BM: How do you feel about magazines like Elle and Vogue, do you think they should feature more curvaceous women?

DC: Definitely. There are too many girls falling victim to eating disorders because they see the women in these magazines are so thin. They think they need to be that skinny to fit the same clothes. People only see the picture in the ad, and they fail to realize clothes come in ALL shapes and sizes.  Love and appreciate your shape, curves and body type.



BM: How do you plan to change the game?

DC: By just being me, the real me. I think it’s cool that people are able to enhance their confidence by getting plastic surgery, but now the focus isn’t on natural beauty anymore.  Just like history repeats itself, hopefully one day we can go back to just how beautiful natural beauty truly is.