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As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.


There’s nothing more sensual than being in a warm ocean or a warm bath, or a shower with somebody. But I’m a fan of monogamy. To a fault. Of not even going to dinner. “Are you exhausted? I’m exhausted! I worked 80 hours this week! Let’s get in the tub and not talk about anything and have some wine and sleep with each other.” You can’t do that with strangers. With people you don’t really love.

As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.

There’s nothing more sensual than being in a warm ocean or a warm bath, or a shower with somebody. But I’m a fan of monogamy. To a fault. Of not even going to dinner. “Are you exhausted? I’m exhausted! I worked 80 hours this week! Let’s get in the tub and not talk about anything and have some wine and sleep with each other.” You can’t do that with strangers. With people you don’t really love.


As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.


I’m so odd-looking that I thought I’d be a really good fit in the sci-fi genre. I mean, most of my life people have stared at me. And I’m like, “Are they staring because they’re trying to figure out my ethnicity?” People would be like, “No, they’re staring at you because you’re pretty.” I’m the kid they stopped at when they went to say my name.

As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.

I’m so odd-looking that I thought I’d be a really good fit in the sci-fi genre. I mean, most of my life people have stared at me. And I’m like, “Are they staring because they’re trying to figure out my ethnicity?” People would be like, “No, they’re staring at you because you’re pretty.” I’m the kid they stopped at when they went to say my name.

 
As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.

I’ve worked in bars, cocktailed. The last day I cocktailed, somebody grabbed my vagina and vomited at the same time. A guy went up my skirt and — he literally grabbed my entire vagina. The little scrapper in me grabbed him by his hand and I was like, “Don’t you ever fucking do that again.” He grabbed me back and goes, “Don’t act so tough, bitch.” He got bum-rushed by security, but I was so stressed out. So I went over and gave some tequila to one of my regular guys — he and his girlfriend were wasted and wanted some shots — he was like, “Are you okay?” I was like, “Yeah.” And I gave him the shot of tequila. And he threw up on my leg.

As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.

I’ve worked in bars, cocktailed. The last day I cocktailed, somebody grabbed my vagina and vomited at the same time. A guy went up my skirt and — he literally grabbed my entire vagina. The little scrapper in me grabbed him by his hand and I was like, “Don’t you ever fucking do that again.” He grabbed me back and goes, “Don’t act so tough, bitch.” He got bum-rushed by security, but I was so stressed out. So I went over and gave some tequila to one of my regular guys — he and his girlfriend were wasted and wanted some shots — he was like, “Are you okay?” I was like, “Yeah.” And I gave him the shot of tequila. And he threw up on my leg.


As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.


When I was a kid, I wasn’t allowed to exercise, so I didn’t really utilize my body. When I was 17, I had a boyfriend that liked to work out all the time. We’d go out and these girls would say hi to him and he’d be like, “Oh they’re from the gym.” And I was like, “What is at this fucking gym?” I’d just get on a treadmill and start to play with it. A year and a half later, I’d lost the boyfriend but gained this crazy running habit.

As part of an ongoing series, Azita Ghanizada shot by MeInMyPlace for Esquire Magazine.

When I was a kid, I wasn’t allowed to exercise, so I didn’t really utilize my body. When I was 17, I had a boyfriend that liked to work out all the time. We’d go out and these girls would say hi to him and he’d be like, “Oh they’re from the gym.” And I was like, “What is at this fucking gym?” I’d just get on a treadmill and start to play with it. A year and a half later, I’d lost the boyfriend but gained this crazy running habit.