Yes - You have a fresh, natural look, nothing too dramatic or theatrical but a lovely face and graceful figure. There seems at times to be a some introversion or even a slight indecisiveness in the posing but combined with the naturalness and grace it's a captivating image with some balance of innocence and sophistication.
No - I've no interest in women's clothes and don't shoot them. While you don't seem overly concerned with clothes and your outfits are of a fairly minimal and unobtrusive type you show clothes in all of your shots with the exception of that rather arty multi-exposure. And of course you're about as far away as is possible.
Maybe so - We'd have to talk. If you were into more sessions slumming it with the art set as implied by the one image we might be able to put something together if we were in the same area at some point. If all the movement was in the direction of fashion and uptown I've lost interest.
If we were within driving distance, I'd love to shoot with you.
Your current avatar looks good to me. I think that making a decision on someone based on an avatar is shallow, so I don't pay that much attention to them.
I don't get turned away by a single photo. I'm not interested in knowing what I don't like about what a model has done in the past. I'm interested in seeing what I like and whether I think she can make the images that I want to make.
You simply need to do some shoots. Looking at your port, it looks like you've done exactly two shoots. I don't know what that other double-headed thing is, but it doesn't belong in a modeling port, at least in my opinion. If it doesn't make you look beautiful, it doesn't belong.
Contact photogs in your area. Do some shoots, gain some experience. Don't wait for photogs to say they'll work with you, go and find them. Bust some balls.