Eye Candy of the Month: Alexa Machi
It’s Sexy Legs season!! As our submission period winds down, we felt that the best way to celebrate was by having this month’s Eye Candy girl be a huge Sexy Legs favorite. She is a former champion and last year almost won again falling just short at second place. Why don’t we get to know her? Say hello to Alexa Machi.
Hi Alexa. We are so excited to have a former Sexy Legs Champ as our Eye Candy Girl this month. Why don’t we start by telling everyone where you are from?
Mexico. I was born and raised in Mexico City, I currently live in Los Angeles California
When did you first start dressing and how did it come about?
My first memories of my feminine energy are from my childhood. Probably 5 years old. I started with pantyhose.
How did you come up with your Femme name?
Name and last name. I’m a very spiritual person and my name and last name came to me in a dream.
How often do you dress?
Every day. I do a lot of work as Alexa. Some lazy days I don’t do the whole production but every day I wear something feminine.
Are you married/in a relationship? If yes, are you able to share your female self with your partner?
Yes I am married. We are going to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary on October 28th. We do lots of things together. We are great friends and we share a lot of amazing experiences together.
What are some of your favorite outfits/fashions?
I love shoes! Who doesn’t? But I also love dresses. Versace is a brand that I adore. I love fashion that is sexy yet classy. I always try to be very aware of my body type and age to dress accordingly.
Stockings or pantyhose?
Both. Depending on the occasion. I love pantyhose in the office and cool days and stockings in the bedroom or very select places.
Heels or flats?
What are flats? LOL! Heels of course!
Favorite places to go when dressed?
I go everywhere. I can’t say I dress. Is either the dress or naked. I actually love dressing elegant and sexy for work. I love dining out too because it gives me the opportunity to wear so many outfits that I adore.
Go to accessories for a night out
I really like a small purse, long earrings, bracelets and rings. I love pearls around my neck 🙂
Who is/are your female role model(s) and why?
My mother. She is an amazing human being who has dedicated her life to the protection and rescue of thousands of animals from countless species. At 79 she is very active and has overcome great challenges in her life. She raised 6 kids on her own.
My wife Claudia, she is an outstanding human being. She is giving, kind, humble, a remarkable mother for our 2 kids and the best friend anyone could have. She has embraced me and loved me unconditionally. She is the CEO of the greatest enterprise of my life: My family.
My daughter Valeria, amazingly kind, balanced, talented and loving. At 19 she is extremely successful in her career and she is a multi talented girl with artistic skills in voice, music, drawing, writing and makeup. She has taught me to respect everyone on the planet.
Charlize Theron. I truly admire her as an actress as I am a Film Director and writer. She is the most committed female actress I know. I also admire her activism in Africa and the real ground work she does in the region.
Tell us some fun facts about yourself. What are your hobbies (either when dressed or not), likes, things you do in your spare time, or anything else you would like to share?
I love coaching people in the important subject of uninstalling fear. I’m currently writing a course and I try to make videos every week on different ramifications of fear.
As a filmmaker I’m preparing my next film. A story of a trans girl from a small town that faces great challenges when she moves to LA.
Here is a link to my IMDB Joaquin Rodriguez – IMDb
For fun I love The Abbey, my favorite bar in West Hollywood. My St. Elmo’s Fire bar 🙂
Any stories you would like to share about yourself and your journey?
Despite having suppressed my full feminine expression for over 25 years my desire to play the role of a woman never decreased and I knew that sooner or later I would find the way to bring my feminine energy to life. In the winter of 2010, during a challenging time, I had my first understanding of fear and one of its most destructive and dangerous ramifications “The sense of belonging” and from that point on and at risk of losing everything, I decided that it was still possible for me to express my feminine energy and bring to life the woman that was living inside me; the woman I was meant to be. I decided that this woman would be sophisticated, confident, strong, intelligent, entrepreneurial, and a role model. Thus, Alexa Machi was born. Why that name? No idea. It came to me along with the beautiful feminine energy. Today Alexa is my beloved feminine expression and she dramatically improved my health as she steered me away from alcohol, improved my eating habits, forced me to exercise every day, and took off my ugly belly. As if that weren’t enough, she gave me the incredible opportunity to see my head again with the most varied hair 😉
But the most incredible thing is that I managed to make a positive life parallel to mine from the role of Alexa; a life more real and more interesting than that of many human beings who live without direction, motivation and passion. I definitely prefer the role of Alexa than that of millions of human beings who actually live lies that harm and destroy; a role that fills me with satisfaction, that receives the most kind and generous comments and messages of love and admiration. Alexa is not a character, she is my twin soul, my feminine energy expression who has allowed me to save lives, give happiness, hope, love and company to human beings who only seek to be happy and express what they feel. Alexa is definitely here to stay and to live a positive mark in this world. I will continue doing my best to remove fear from people and I will continue doing it with dignity, class, passion and courage. The most wonderful thing about Alexa is that she is a beautiful energy that I can express without ceasing to be Joaquín and without losing the people I love.
You were last year’s Sexy Legs runner up and a previous winner. Any advice to the girls out there for this year’s contest?
My best advice is to take pictures that show the whole picture, not just legs. In my humble opinion the entire context is more interesting than just the legs. I saw girls with better legs than mine but I guess the pictures failed to tell the story to the voters.
If you have social media, what is the best way for others to follow you?
Instagram – @uninstallingfear or @therealalexamachi
Facebook – www.facebook.com/alexamachir
Before we go, would you like to send a message to your fellow girls out there or leave a closing statement?
One of the most powerful tools of slavery and division is the sense of belonging. People live miserable for belonging. People kill and kill themselves to belong.
The sense of belonging is rooted in fear. Fear of not belonging is the second strongest fear after fear of death, but not by far as some people prefer to die than to not belong. The sense of belonging has been the greatest cause of unhappiness, pain and slavery of the human race. Even more than guilt but no one wants you to know that.
The fear of change exists because few have tasted the immense pleasure of reinventing themselves.
Thanks Alexa and good luck this year in the Sexy Legs Contest. We can’t wait to see if you can become our first ever two time winner.
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