Ask @gyosco:

I see I got to you. Charmed! You know most girls would be flattered that they have a secret admirer. You don't have to respond to this post. I can see you obviously let things get to you for which I feel very sorry. I won't bother you anymore. You've punished yourself already.

John
1. You got me? Child you know nothing about me. You've made that much very clear.
2. Oh, classic nice guy syndrome. Girls in stories like secret admirers - girls in real life don't like creepy stalkers who have been openly objectifying, insulting, and just flat out bothering them
3. You don't want a response, you shouldn't have sent another thing. But please continue to act as if you're leaving because YOU want to, not because I've told you to fuck off a dozen times.
4. Thanks for admitting you're bothering me!! Feels great to be an adult, doesn't it?
5. I've punished myself how? By telling some creepy fuck boy to leave me alone? Oh yeah WOW suuuuuch a punishment. Again, you are bad at mind games. Stop trying.

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Actually it wasn't pretty fucking clear. What if the dummy account was of someone you met and this person is afraid to be themselves because of the way you treated them? I know you're thinking "oh they should take a hint" but what if they saw past your alleged "narcissism"?

John
Yeah I pretty much figured that you're someone I know. And you knew your original question to me would get you in trouble, so you hid. And now you're upset that I'm obviously irritated. You SHOULD be afraid to reveal your identity at this point, because you have been a creepy sack of crap. And yes you should take a "hint" (is it really a "hint" if I've already told you to go away?), and stop trying to imply that you ~see the real me~ or whatever. I'm not going to be impressed by anyone who has to hide their identity in order to ask inappropriate questions. And since you've already stated that I'm "showing I'm not nice", maybe you can get over me and finally leave. Going through my account, I've seen your dummy page ask me questions from over a year ago. It's either time to reveal yourself, or time to go away. This is some stalker-level bullshit.

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I am curious. What if anything has ever happened to you in your life to make you as you say "not nice"? I feel you have so much to offer this world. It seems to me that the person you need to love first is yourself; I say that with zero judgment. Then again I am a creep. What do I know?

John
Dude, stop with the attempted gaslighting. If you knew literally anything about me, you'd know how much I love myself. You ARE a creep, just now a creep with a dummy account. You wanna prove your un-creepness so bad, reveal who you are. And don't say judgy things and then say you're doing so with "zero judgement", it doesn't make you look like you know what you're doing here. Although to be honest, I don't know what you're even trying to do. But you gotta fuck off.

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Look I don't mean to be rude but the reason I did not ask you on Instagram is because I didn't want to get blocked. It's a perfectly legitimate question to ask. It was not creepy or sexually suggestive. I have been a fan of yours for a while but you're starting to show that you're not that nice.

Okay buddy. There's several things wrong here.
1. You can't say that you went out of your way to find out how to ask me anonymously for fear of blocking, and then turn around and say that it was a legitimate question to ask. If you truly believed there was nothing inappropriate with your question, we would be having this discussing on Instagram, not Ask.fm
2. I'm starting to show that I'm not nice? BITCH WHEN HAVE I EVER BEEN NICE? For someone who says that they're a "fan", you're clearly new here. Not only have I made it clear on various Instagram captions that I don't give a singular shit about strangers who are creepy and inappropriate with me (and I often point out how stupid they are), but as someone who's found my Ask.fm, you must have also found my Facebook, which posts screenshots of the things I say to people like you.
So, you are either a stranger who knew you were being inappropriate, someone I know doing the same (which is worse), or someone I know who is purposefully trying to gaslight me or make me look like a bad person (SPOILER: EVERYONE ALREADY KNOWS THAT I AM A BAD PERSON).
No matter who you are, it all boils down to this: you had a question that you KNEW would get you in trouble (again, you said you would be blocked for asking it without anonymity. You knew. You. Knew. Don't play dumb.), you did some detective work to find a way to hide your identity (because again, you knew), and now you're upset that I'm irritated. But if you knew anything about me (after being a fan for "a while") you'd know that I don't like shit like this, and that I have every right to be a raving cunt about it. Nothing you can say about me or my personality will make me feel bad for calling you out on your nonsense. You're gonna have to try a LOT harder.
Oh, and P.S. Saying that someone isn't nice is clearly you purposefully trying to be rude. I don't even know who you are, but I can already tell that playing mind games isn't your strong suit.

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I saw a see through photo that you posted on Instagram. It looked amazing, just curious were you actually naked under there?

Why would you ever think that's an okay thing to ask a stranger? Oh wait, pretty sure you already know it isn't okay - that's why, instead of contacting me on Instagram, you went out of your way to find a way to ask anonymously. Go creep on someone else :-)

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Hey Genny, I am an actor just like yourself. I just wanted to tell you that I respect you for being honest in your belief/resolve that you'll only do nudity in a project where you have complete control. A lot of other girls would be more naive. It sounds like you stand up for yourself. Good going!

Thank you!! It's a hard concept to get through some people's heads, but it's my choice, and I'm not going to sugar coat anything if people get weird with me about it. Thank you very, very much for the kind comment :-D

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Would you say this is a description of your ideal man?He has to be able to let you know he appreciates your heart, soul, and spirit. Has to be strong while at the same time impressing you with his sensitivity. Would take you in his arms, run his fingers through your hair right above the neck, & kiss

I would say that my ideal man doesn't send me increasingly creepy, anonymous messages on here.

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Hey Genny, what's your view on having sex on the first date? Do you think that it's okay? What do you/would you do personally? Just curious because the myth is that you're supposed to wait.

Okay, you're about to go on a feminist journey here, so fasten your seat belt.
First of all, I am not going to answer the "What do you/would you do personally?" question, because that is hella fucking personal AND extremely hard to answer in the first place, because it seems to imply that either I sleep with everyone on the first date or I don't, no in between. People aren't like that. What I do personally not only changes from person to person, but it is also not your business.
Women are not an Either/Or situation. Sure, there are some women who have sex on the first date every time, and then there are women who never do. But the majority of women will say that it alternates based on how they are feeling about the person in question, what their history is with them, what their personal lives are like, etc. The Madonna vs. The Whore does not exist. We are simultaneously neither and both.
That being said, if someone wants to have sex on the first date, that is 100% okay, because this is 2015 and sex is up to each personal individual. The only times wanting sex on the first on the first date is NOT okay is if you either pressure/force the other person, or if you make them feel bad for saying no. But if you're both on board, then go for it.
I understand the "myth" that you're supposed to wait, and I think it's situations like this that make life so hard for people - mostly women - in America. Women are supposed to be sexually desirable (to the point where strangers think that it's okay to anonymously ask them about their sex lives on the internet), yet they are still supposed to wait and remain some version of "pure."

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Hi, fellow actor here again. This is a follow up question to your answer on being in control of your own project. Assuming you are in control, how much of your nude body would you show?

Hm... It really all depends on the project! Like, I am 100% fine with showing butt in my own projects. Maybe breasts, depending if I honestly felt like it worked for the project.
And I feel like I need to reiterate this for anyone else who might see this answer: being in control of the project means COMPLETE control. NOT "Oh well I'm directing a project, but I'd make sure you felt comfortable with the piece." Nope, nothing doin'. At this stage in my career, I'm unwilling to put that much trust into someone else, whether or not I have worked with them in the past.

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I am an actor like you. In response to your answer that you gave on here to the other person who asked you about getting undressed for the camera, let's say you have full control over everything..under what circumstances would you get undressed? Reason I ask is because I am doing a project myself.

Hm... Well, when it comes to myself being in control 100%, I'd either do it if it were for a purpose (the musical Spring Awakening comes to mind as a good example - they were showing the beauty & slight awkwardness of sexual exploration), if it were very artistically done (as in NO stereotypical horror movie nudity - the "whore" character getting naked and then immediately getting killed. Artsy-fartsy projects, please!), or, honestly, if it were funny - for EVERYONE (not just "Oh she's naked, haha boobs!" 12 year old boy humor. It's a hard one to figure out, but it can be done, I've seen it).
Basically, it goes like this for me: I would never pose for Playboy or something. Nothing AGAINST the women in that industry; they are beautiful, powerful women who own their bodies and do what they want. It's awesome, and they should get more respect than they do. It's just not for me, and there are some photographers/directors who are just starting and dealing with nudity out tend to cross my particular boundaries on that subject.
I would also never pose naked just because the script calls for a naked girl. Have you seen Wedding Crashers? There's a whole montage where the dudes pick up chicks at weddings, and then you see them later in hotel rooms with these girls and some of them are topless. Not only were some of the women they hooked up with wearing bras, so the toplessness wasn't needed for the story, BUT the men in question were 100% clothed. There was no purpose for this, and there was just a bit of "OH LOOK AT THOSE COOL GUYS HOOKING UP WITH BOOOOOBS" 12 year old boy humor. Not my scene.
But seeing as this scenario you've proposed calls for me being in complete control of a project, none of those bad things would happen, so I would absolutely get undressed because I would be handling it properly.

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I know according to your website you stated that you wouldn't do any nude modeling. However, in the case of film, provided that everything was done in good taste, would you take off your clothes for the camera? If so, how much would you be comfortable showing?

I'd like to clarify something first: I say that I don't do nude modeling on my Model Mayhem page, and that is a separate entity from my website. The only reason why I'm making sure to point this out first is because I have a theory about why I was asked this question that I will get to later.
Okay, now here's the thing, Anonymous - I always get creeped out when someone tries to act like they're asking a "professional" question, yet they insist on remaining anonymous. I mean, asking me this on my Ask.fm account in general is making me think that you're not some sort of photographer/casting director, but making a point of hiding your identity just sends up more red flags.
To answer your question, 99% no, I will not take my clothes off for the camera. The 1% is if I were in charge of the situation. And I mean COMPLETELY in charge, not just a collaboration. At this stage in my career (AKA not famous enough for legitimate contracts), I would need to have creative control as well as ownership over all images, video, etc. involved with the project. There is not enough trust in the world of non-professional modeling. Hell, there was one boudoir photo shoot that I did years ago (fully clothed) that got super creepy REAL fast, and I also never got to see the images, so I can only assume that they were sold to some porn site to use for online advertising or something. I'm never doing something like that again.
HERE IS MY THEORY: you, a photographer on Model Mayhem, found my profile on that site. You saw my bio stating that I did not under any circumstances want to do nude shoots with someone on that site, but you knew that a lot of people don't update their bios, so you decided to check my website, which is what led you here. Instead of reaching out in a professional, non-panic-inducing way, you were too afraid of me getting upset with you for asking a question I have already explicitly answered, SO you decided to be anonymous while still trying to get the information you wanted. You tried to sound as professional as possible, but the entire way you went about it is making my brain SCREAM the word No.
I do not care if you feel like this hypothetical project will be in good taste. I will not be taking my clothes off for any project that I am not in control of, and I especially won't be doing so for someone who won't even tell me who they are.

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In the past I might have said some things or done some things that creeped you out. It went so far as you blocking me on Instagram and Twitter. I just want to say that I am sorry I made you feel uncomfortable. It was my own fault for not effectively communicating. Will you forgive me?

Well, there are a few things leading me towards no. First of all, I've blocked quite a few people on social media sites for being creepy, and since you've decided to ask this anonymously, I have no idea who or what I would really be forgiving.
Secondly, I don't just block people for being creepy once. It usually takes a TON of creep factor, multiple occasions of me being uncomfortable, and it usually revolves around me being hit on by someone who isn't getting that I'm not interested, and mistaking my levels of discomfort as "just being shy" so they try harder. That's when I have to block a person.
And thirdly, I gotta tell ya, buddy, that you assuming I'd automatically know who you are when you've chosen to make yourself anonymous is adding to the creep factor. It's making it seem as if you think this situation has stood out so much in my mind that there could only be one possible person asking me this. Added onto the fact that I haven't blocked anyone on those sites you mentioned in about a year, so these incidents must have happened long enough ago that you should have forgotten about me and my Ask.fm account.
I don't just forgive anyone who asks. Sorry, but I'm DEFINITELY going to need at least a name before I think about unblocking you anywhere.

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