If you’re seeking pleasure that turns tides and alters your perspective, look no further. I’m Kio Jones, the essence of three continents distilled into one intoxicating cocktail. The missing link between the sweet-faced new girl in town and the bonafide siren you’ve long been lusting over from afar.
I’m currently a student at an elite university, straying from tedious expectation in order to build the life I’ve always wanted. I’ve heard a little learning is a dangerous thing, though I believe the true menace is ignorance – of other people, of the world and most importantly, of ourselves. Modern life leaves hardly any space for our sweetest and most secret taboos. It’s sad, isn’t it, how many of us exist at a remove, denying ourselves the wild eroticism of the unexpected?
Nowadays, I live for that pressure drop, the moment our words convert to actions and our voices merge to one. There’s so much I’ve yet to find. Bring me into the fold and under the sheets. You won’t be disappointed.
However, I also love getting to know new friends in a more relaxed or exclusive atmosphere. Whether we spend an unrushed night together or pass an hour in each other’s company, it’ll be a totally unforgettable experience for us both.
Life is not a dress rehearsal, so I believe in stripping down to the bare essentials wherever possible. In total seriousness: I am always seeking out sensuous adventures and exhilarating experiences, ensuring my days are infused with the freeing eroticism I promised myself when I made the decision to pursue this adventurous path. Although I’m barely a drinker, I can’t picture existing with anything less than a glass half full.
revelling in one another’s company as we undress each other with our eyes. Of course, I enjoy amazing food (who doesn’t?) and keep my eyes peeled for spots that tread the line between elegant and salt of the earth. One of the things I love most about London is uncovering secret haunts and undiscovered gems – if you can introduce me to a new favourite, I’ll be forever in your debt. Outside of dinner dates, I also love a trip to the theatre, museums, or simply an indulgent duvet afternoon at a gorgeous Central London hotel.
There are no prizes for a deliciously lived life; no golds placards to commemorate our most sensuous experiences. But that doesn’t mean we can’t honour and celebrate them. All good things must come to an end, but the memories we’ll make together will keep us warm through a thousand frosty Februaries.