Dear RentMen Visitors, Recently Trevor_Bennett chose to answer 5 interview questions and his interview was last updated on .
What would you say are your greatest atributes and/or specialty/specialties?
Physically speaking, people seem to like my eyes... This is very flattering, for I believe eyes tell the whole story.
Mentally/Emotionally, I am in my head and heart alot, constantly feeling what others are feeling, perhaps "overthinking" situations, but I consider myself an extrememly compassionate and feelingful person, with a heart for everyone - taking joy in your joy, and sharing in your suffering. I've been around the block a few times, lost the t-shirt I bought and had my own printed - and am the last one to judge anyone for anything. All in all, I am one of the least judgmental and compassionate listeners I know.
What would you like your readers know about you that is unique and even a bit personal?
I volunteered with VNSNY Hospice Care in NYC for 3 years, and believer that to share in the final moments of someone's life is to patake in the most Holy and sacred part of a person's life. It was a privilege to do so, albeit a humbling one. It really taught me how insignificant the small things are in life. Nobody at their deathbed said "Gee, I wish I had bought that Audi RS8" or "I really wish I had made 6 figures"... Instead, love was the answer, the regret, the hope for us all to live with more meaning and depth.
What should others absolutely know about you?
I look for meaning and intimacy in every encounter - casual sex is somewheat of an oxymoron to me, as I believe it is possble to have a meaningful, profound and truly connective experience in the most sundry and seemingly "NSA" encounters. Originally from NYC, I miss the East Coast a great deal... although I am grateful for the more relaxed and less harried pace of life here in SoCal, which has allowed me to slow down and not only ask who I am, but invest more into each relationship and encounter.
What do you enjoy most about yourself?
My seemingly limitless capacity to find humor in the darkest places, and keep myself content and amused amidst life's turmoil. And while it's. my biggest flaw, some would say, my empathy for others and compulsion to relieve suffering and be of service to others on some level helps steer me in a better direction each day.
What are 5 things you can’t live without?
Family, Friends (the family we pick), my Sexuality, Being of service to others, and Music