Myers Escorts is the Beverly Grove escort agency, with a large and growing client base.

I met one of its stars, Samantha Lee, on Facebook.

I got to meet the women behind their costumes at their parties, which were a bit of a surprise, especially given how many of them were women.

I found Samantha to be an interesting, down-to-earth person, a former bartender and aspiring model, and I was struck by how different she was from the other girls in the agency, who were more conventionally dressed.

She was a bit nervous at first, as I often found myself getting nervous when I met women.

But after a few dates, I began to appreciate her style and personality.

“You’re so unique,” she said when we first met.

“But we also like you because you’re a bit different from everyone else.”

As a teenager, Samantha was sexually abused by her father and her mother, and she was constantly bullied by her classmates, who would taunt her with questions about her sexuality.

After a while, she was able to open up about her trauma and found a community of support and acceptance.

I wanted to meet a young woman who had experienced sexual abuse, and to learn more about the issues she faces.

“She said, ‘It’s just the world we live in,'” she recalled.

“It’s hard to say what you can’t say.

I’m not perfect.

But I’m a little more open now.”

I met Samantha at her house on a sunny, spring day in April.

It was a hot day and we were talking about life, which I found hard to believe because I’d never met her before.

“I’m going to tell you what I think,” she began.

“There are more beautiful girls out there than there are beautiful men.”

She laughed.

“This is a great way to start.”

We sat at her dining room table and chatted about her life.

I asked if she had ever felt pressure from men.

She smiled.

“No,” she replied.

“Not even once.

I mean, if I’m doing it wrong, I’m just going to be hurt.

But not that I don’t feel that way.

But if it’s a mistake I can’t make, I can.”

“So you’re not worried about being wrong?”

I asked.

“Yes,” she responded.

“Sometimes I think I do.”

“What would you say if I told you that you’ve never felt the pressure from anyone?”

I asked again.

“Nothing,” she answered.

“And I’ve got a lot of guys who are really, really good at that.”

“I can tell you, I have not felt pressure at all,” I continued.

“They’re just my friends.”

She told me about a recent trip she took to Las Vegas, where she met a man, whom she describes as “super cool.”

“It was a beautiful day, and we spent a couple of days together,” she says.

“He took me to the hotel, and then he took me back to his place.

He was just really sweet and kind and caring.

He took me out for dinner and a movie.”

Samantha and I went back to her house a few weeks later.

She told us about how she had been in a relationship for years, and that she was a single mom, with three young kids, but she’d decided to make an effort to start dating.

“People say that dating is about being yourself,” she told me.

“Some of my best friends are in relationships.

And I know that’s okay.

It’s not a bad thing.

It just makes you feel good.

But it’s not something I can do all the time.

It doesn’t make me feel like I belong in the world.”

Samantha explained that dating was about finding love for yourself, and it wasn’t about getting to know people.

She said that her boyfriend, who she met through Tinder, didn’t ask for a date, and they only dated for about a week.

“The relationship didn’t feel like one of the best things that ever happened to me,” she continued.

She went on, “So I made a choice and I did the right thing.

And it was a really good decision.

It feels good to be able to have a relationship with someone that you’re really happy with, and you’re having fun and having a good time.

That’s what you want.”

She concluded, “It didn’t work out.”

But she didn’t say anything else.

I told her that I was curious about her past, and if she knew anything about it.

“Of course I do,” she laughed.

She didn’t tell me about any of the other escorts she worked with.

I was skeptical.

Was Samantha an outlier?

She seemed like a relatively new star, and yet she