Sierra Cirque Named YanksVR Girl of the Month for August
Yanks.com has crowned Sierra Cirque as its August 2017 YanksVR Girl of the Month.
“Congratulations are in order for our new YanksVR Girl of the Month,” said Billie Miller, CEO and co-founder of Yanks.com, who launched the company in 2002 with partner Todd Spaits. “Sierra personifies the all-natural beauty of the girl-next-door, and fans have taken to her right away.”
The bespectacled blonde talent, who has so far been featured in 23 YanksVR solo and girl-girl scenes, also carries a perfect 10 model rating on her official YanksVR model site.
“Many of Cirque’s YanksVR performances are notable in that they’ve all been recorded alfresco, surrounded by the lush landscapes of the woodsy outdoors, adding an expanded dimension to the viewer’s Virtual Reality experience,” stated a spokesperson.
“Thank you for nominating me as YanksVR’s Girl of the Month!” said Cirque. “I’m proud of all the work I’ve done for Yanks, and now in VR too.”
Each month, Yanks.com showcases a new starlet who embodies the company’s philosophy of “Real Girls — Real Orgasms,” and also stands out as “an exceptional on-camera entertainer that’s popular with Yanks.com members as well as company director Lily Campbell.”
Cirque added, “I’m picky about who I work with, and Lily is always someone I want to work with more. It has been such an adventure working together in VR; she always seems to have new gear to try out as it gets developed. I really like that her focus is on capturing real pleasure, and that’s what keeps me coming back! I love it that Yanks supports that, and that being real is the main goal!”
Cirque’s scenes for YanksVR are available for download via Oculus VIVE, Samsung Gear, Google Cardboard and PlayStation VR. For Sierra Cirque’s official model, click here. She can also be followed on Twitter. For more information, go to Yanks.com and follow them on Twitter.
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