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An OnlyFans model says she strips off online because it's what 'God wants her to' and believes she's on a divine mission to empower other women to embrace their sexuality.
Nita Marie, from Colorado in the US, says she found Christianity when she was just nine-years-old and had a dream about Jesus.
However, as she grew she found that her version of Christ and God didn't quite fit with the Bible so she explored a 'personal' relationship with Christ.
She explained: "The Bible was written during a time when women were not allowed to read or write.
"I believe it would be much different if women were able to be a part of writing it."
But when it came to her job, Nita found that some of her Christian friends were less than accepting.
"When I first started modelling I had a lot of Christian friends and family who shunned me," she said.
"However, I asked God if He wanted me to continue and the answer was always yes.
"I see now that I was guided to continue so I could help women and men have healthy relationships with sex and their bodies.
"I am so glad that I stayed the course so that I could continue to build a safe and loving community for other women in the adult modelling world."
The model believes that Christianity is run by the patriarchy and suppresses women's sexuality, which isn't what God wanted.
She added: said: "The story of Mother Mary being a virgin and being impregnated by God sets the stage for all women to be shameful of their desire for sex and/or their need for sex.
"To me, sexuality is a huge part of my faith, it is a gift that God gave us to experience with other people where both parties are consensual.
"When we experience an orgasm with someone else we share a small part of how God feels about us.
"The Christian faith frowns upon the desire to have sex and to enjoy it.
"Many people still hold shame around sexuality, particularly Christian women.
"I want to let women and men know that there's nothing wrong with embracing their sexuality and being religious.
"It all starts with loving yourself and trusting that when you have a desire for sex it is OK and healthy to ask for it."