Help 1-866-4MY-BDSM

Akira Lane

Name: Akira Lane
Astrological sign
: Gemini · Measurements: 34D-25-35 · Shoe size: 6 1/2 · Dress Size: 4
Favorite toy: Japanese Clover Clamps
Fun facts: If she could have one wish it would be for world peace, her favorite book is Charlotte’s Web, and the first thing she notices about a man is his butt.


Bio: Throughout my childhood and adolescent years, I attended American schools on the breathtaking Pacific isles of Okinawa, Japan. As the only child to an extra ordinary Okinawan mother and a proud Hawaiian daddy, I was raised with the traditional Okinawan/Japanese heritage and beliefs as well as the westernized American values. I was taught both Japanese and English languages (or Japanglish) and was the rambunctious ruler of my neighborhood gang. I guess the only concerns my parents had were whether I would grow up to be a menace to the society or an elegant young lady. Neither!

At age 18, I packed my bags and flew 10,000 long miles to Norfolk, Virginia where I attended Old Dominion University. Then one exciting visit to sunny California during spring break, I fell absolutely in love with the warm climate, the ocean breeze and the friendly people of San Diego - it reminded me of home. That same summer, I packed my bags up again and moved (adventurous heart) to the left coast. After a year of attending junior college and working full time at a local plastic distributor, San Diego State University finally accepted my transfer scripts. After couple of years of fraternity and sorority parties, exams, thesis and philanthropic events, I received my B.A. degree in International Business.

About five years ago, I decided that I was tired of selling financial programs to cheesy automobile dealerships andrepossessing cars, I decided to pack of my bags again and moved northward to Orange County. Here, I quickly climbed the corporate ladder of the hi-tech computer industry. Then one day (as some of you may know), I was dared after couple of shots of tequila to post my image on the web forum ... the rest is history.

Set Ascending Direction

Set Ascending Direction

Akira Lane