By Daily Mail Reporter. An award-winning make-up artist has revealed what porn stars really look like under their daily mask of foundation, mascara, and eyeliner. Melissa 'Makeup' Murphy released before and after photos of 93 porn stars to showcase her body of work. They reveal the adult movie performers' blotchy skin, oily foreheads, untamed hair and pale complexions - to the shock of some men and praise of many women. Step-by-step: A new series of images released by make-up artist Melissa Murphy shows the incredible transformations of porn stars before and after make-up
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It impairs the intellect, weakens the memory, debases the mind, ruins the nervous system and destroys body, mind and soul. Its author, Isaac D Johnson, wasn't saying anything particularly new. At the turn of the 20th century, moral panic about masturbation was so widespread, everyone from the Boy Scouts of America to Kellogg's — who sold Cornflakes on the basis they were a "non-stimulating" dietary option for adolescent boys — was telling young men to keep their hands out of their pants. Believing it to cause everything from acne to depravity, the anti-masturbation movement saw the creation in of such devices as the "Stephenson Spermatic Truss", a metal cage that fitted like a pair of boxer shorts and made an erection physically impossible or at least, extremely painful. Like something from a Game of Thrones torture scene, there was even, in , the development of an electrified version that would frazzle your penis like a fly if it dared venture upwards. Then came a couple of world wars, and fears for young men shifted from whether they were pulling the chicken, beating the bishop or indeed spanking the monkey to whether they would be killed overseas. The sexual revolution of the Sixties and Seventies also left the Church and other self-appointed moral arbitrators, at least in the West, with far bigger enemies to battle than the humble tug — pre-marital sex, the pill and a softening of attitudes towards homosexuals to name just a few.
F rom a sunny sitting room, year-old Kristel beams at the camera she has set up to broadcast her life to her 49, YouTube subscribers. Instead, she credits her new glow to a movement that has lurked in corners of the internet for several years. Kristel is a follower of NoFap , a platform that encourages its users to refrain from masturbation. She claims her new lifestyle has led to a complete physical and mental reformation.
Noah Church is a year-old part-time wildland firefighter in Portland, Ore. When he was 9, he found naked pictures on the Internet. He learned how to download explicit videos.