#04 Linda

“Storms of the soul are worse than storms of sand.” African proverb.

Grains of sand are imperceptible until the wind lifts them up and they begin to vibrate. They swirl around and permeate everything. Linda’s pleasure is as strong as sand in a storm.


Ermelinda uses the name Linda for brevity, she likes to be incisive. She is thirty-five and she doesn’t know if that means being an adult. She is accustomed to change, both from a personal point of view and in relationships with others. The word “end” has appeared in many moments of her life but she has never thought of failure: she believes that everything in life is a natural cycle. Every time she always starts again with courage. She has a blog and defines herself as a Renaissance romantic, very curious about the various aspects of sexuality.

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