‘Married Men Shouldn’t Look at My Sexy Photos – My Ex Did It to Me and It Ruined Our Sex Life,’ Says Christian Model

Press Release: February 21, 2024

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‘Married Men Shouldn’t Look at My Sexy Photos – My Ex Did It to Me and It Ruined Our Sex Life,’ Says Christian Model
COLORADO, USA, February 21, 2024 – Nita Marie, a divorced Christian model, is making headlines once again, but this time with a bold message regarding her online presence. While she embraces her body and sexuality through her work, she firmly believes that married men should refrain from viewing her provocative content, citing her own past experiences as a cautionary tale.
Nita Marie, known as @love_nitamarie on social media, has garnered attention for her candid discussions about faith and sexuality, even going as far as to incorporate religious themes into her content. However, despite her openness, she draws a clear line when it comes to the sanctity of marriage.
“In my first marriage, we didn’t have sex for seven years – but he was watching p*rn,” Nita Marie reveals. “It caused a lot of problems because he was doing that instead of being intimate with me. I would prefer if married men didn’t look at my pictures and videos because I know how I felt when it happened to me.”
Her stance stems from a belief in the sacredness of marriage and a desire to promote healthy intimacy within relationships. Nita Marie encourages men with wedding bands to redirect their desires towards their spouses rather than indulging in online temptation.
“I know that doing this work is encouraging some men to look at me on the internet versus looking at their wife, and I don’t agree with that,” she emphasizes. “If they are going to look, they should only do it as a way to get aroused for their wives.”
Despite the controversy surrounding her views, Nita Marie sees her work as a form of empowerment for women, especially those within the Christian community. Through her modeling and recently published book, The Sacred Butterfly, she aims to challenge societal norms and help women reclaim their bodies and sexuality.
“My modeling’s been a way to embrace my new body and find my sexuality again, this time focusing on my pleasure,” she explains. “Now I want to help other women heal their relationship with their body and with their sexuality.”
With her newfound confidence and a supportive partner, Nita Marie is unapologetic about her mission, asserting that she is ultimately “doing God’s work.” Despite any criticism she may face, she remains committed to her message of sexual liberation within the confines of faith.

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