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BlackMen Digital Interview: Candy Pages

Wednesday 23rd, March 2011

BM: Why do you think you should be a BlackMenMagazine Model?

CP: I feel that girls that look like me haven’t been represented and I would like to add to that flavor.


BM: Did you market yourself to fans on

CP: Yes.


BM: Were you always this amazingly curvy?

CP: No, not until I got in college.


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

CP: I think we are stereotyped and type casted.


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

CP: Yes, because sometimes they are stuck being a “booty” model.


BM: Do you have a commercial head shot?

CP: Yes.


BM: Favorite drink?

CP: Sweet tea.


BM: Favorite food?

CP: Crab Legs.


BM: Mood Music?

CP: Nature’s music.


BM: Favorite vacation spot.

CP: Africa.


BM: Favorite place to be kissed?

CP: Neck.


BM: Favorite body part on your man?

CP: Chest.


BM: Favorite place to kiss him?

CP: Neck.


BM: How often do you measure yourself?

CP: Once a year.


BM: Are you proud of your curves?

CP: Very much so.


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

CP: Melyssa Ford.


BM: Have you invested money into your career?

CP: Yes.


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

CP: I don’t work a 9 to 5 but I would if I have to.


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?

CP: I would refer my assignments to them first.


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

CP: I love those magazines but I can’t identify with them because the women don’t look like me. They should feature curvy women.


BM: How do you plan to change the game?

CP: By taking away the negative connotations behind being a dark-skinned model.