In a world of beautiful girls, Lorena B is once seen, never forgotten. The Spanish sweetheart is not only spectacularly gorgeous, with that radiant smile and irresistible body, but has an energy and charisma that makes every one of her appearances worth treasuring.
Lorena is one of the most enduringly popular girls on the MetArt Network, with dozens of appearances on our flagship site MetArt, as well as some superb girl-girl movies on our sister sites SexArt and Viv Thomas. She seems to get more stunning with every passing day, and after seven years at the top of her game, members still clamor to see more of her. She brings an authentic sweetness and sexuality to the screen that makes her less of an unattainable goddess, more of an ideal girlfriend type!
I’ve been lucky enough to interview Lorena on more than one occasion, and she’s always a great pleasure to chat with, so genuine, natural and warm in her responses. To celebrate her first appearance on MetArt X, in a stunning photoset from Don Caravaggio titled “Sea’s Gift,” I thought you might enjoy getting to know her a little better….
Lorena, please tell us about yourself.
L: I am 30 years old, I grew up in Spain and Barcelona is my current hometown. I enjoy charcoal drawing, sports in general, and spending time on my own. I have fun spending time in tune with nature. I also like to spend too many hours searching for and listening to music. It’s almost all I do when I grab my computer.
Your fans love to hear you speaking in your sexy Spanish accent. Is there an accent that really turns you on?
L: I do smile when I hear others’ accents, and find many languages beautiful to hear. I find the deepness of a voice or the way a person might talk more attractive than the accent itself.
What is your favorite thing about your appearance?
L: In general I embrace my body as it is. If I have to pick one thing in particular, the first that comes to mind is my small chest. Most of the time it only gets attention when it is truly needed! (Laughing)
What is the difference between stills photography and making movies, for you?
L: In the beginning there was no difference. It was all about learning to stay relaxed during the shoots and movies. To simply stay still and stare at the camera was not simple or natural to me. I do tend to move too much and too fast and some photographers still struggle a little bit with me in that respect! Once I began to feel more comfortable in front of the camera, the differences started to depend more on the kind of photographer or videographer. What they look for, their way of working…
Did you have sex with a girl in your personal life before you did it in a movie?
L: No, I did not and I still have not done it in my personal life. My first time was with Miela A, and then right after with Mia Knox for SexArt. It was a very strange feeling and I was completely lost about how to touch a woman. Knowing the cameras were rolling didn’t make it any easier!
Which is your favorite of the movies you have shot for the MetArt Network, and why?
L: “Be Mine” with Tess B, for SexArt. It was the first girl on girl movie I made with Don Caravaggio and his team. I felt it was intense, natural, flowed well, and there was a good vibe behind the work.
You seem like a very happy person, always smiling and laughing!
L: I do try to feel my best in whatever I do. Smiling, laughing… Sometimes it comes naturally, other times it helps me to feel more relaxed. I can smile for the camera, yet it starts for myself. It raises my energy up.
Are you a dominant or submissive person?
L: I like passion, to play…and yet I do like it when it is fifty-fifty. I am pleased to give and receive.
Are you an exhibitionist?
L: I have flashed a couple of times in the street, but only for work. That’s not because I think breasts should be hidden, or for that matter any other body part. It feels great and healthy not wearing bra on a daily basis, and practicing nudism in the right places. I’m not really an exhibitionist, I don’t get turned on by showing my body. What turns me on is the connection I might get with a partner or even with myself, the intimacy and playfulness of it, rather than thinking about who might be watching and how they feel about it. I’m not really into any kind of fetishes. Nakedness, for me, is not directly related to a sexual thought or intention. It’s something beautiful and interesting to look at, especially the male form.
You are a great dancer, as evidenced in the Viv Thomas movie “Bailando Sola” – how did you learn to dance like that?
L: Gracias for your compliment, Rose! I always loved to dance, shake, jump... Music is everything to me, and the energy that flows through me depends on the type of music; but I never went to dance classes except for flamenco years ago. I don’t consider myself a great dancer since I usually laugh about it, but it’s all about enjoying myself. As I recall, the main song playing in the background while we shot that movie was ‘Let Me Put My Love Into You’ by AC/DC, one of my favorite songs. [Oh my goodness I love that song – she’s actually the perfect woman!]
Do you like to go dancing in clubs? Would you dance with a guy or girl you didn’t know if they were a good dancer?
L: I was never into going to mainstream dance clubs. When I was younger I used to go alone to small rock and heavy metal clubs; that’s something I wouldn’t mind doing more often. Basically I don’t drink, in clubs there are too many people for my taste, and strangely I won’t move a finger or toe to music I don’t like just to follow the vibe. When my kind of music is playing, I’m there to dance the whole night! Flirting and random conversation is forgotten, but I welcome anyone that is happy to dance or head bang with me. So it’s a ‘yes’ to your last question! I have had the opportunity to dance close to a professional dancer for a full night, yet a wonderful night happened to be with a man that never danced before in his whole life. He was too shy to even talk to a woman, so I took his hand and asked him for just one dance, after that he could choose to go or stay. The bar was closing and we just stayed there. He became the kind of man I like to share a dance with – overcoming what blocks you by having a laugh and a wild time.
Does it turn you on to be watched?
L: It turns me on to be watched and to watch the man I might be with or that I feel for. Gazing into someone’s eyes is a way of arousing intimacy.