Influencer and erotic model, Neyleen Ashley, has declared that she has chosen to remain celibate after her recent breakup. The 34-year-old, with millions of followers on Instagram and OnlyFans, stated that “no man deserves” to have sex with her.
Ashley, who reportedly earns almost $55,000 per month from OnlyFans, explained that her decision stems from her struggle with sex addiction. The influencer noted that despite her strong sex drive, she finds real-life sexual encounters unfulfilling as most men she meets are not interested in genuine connections.
Ashley’s celibacy journey is also aimed at promoting inner peace, and she is not planning to break her vow anytime soon. She has long been regarded as a leading sex symbol, providing erotic content to millions of fans on both Instagram and OnlyFans.
The influencer’s provocative content has garnered her a substantial fan base that regularly pays to view her high-quality, exclusive content. Her rise to stardom is not without controversy, however, as her critics often question the long-term effects of her highly sexualized image.
In an exclusive interview, Ashley revealed that she started her OnlyFans journey six years ago after her career as an erotic model came to an end. The influencer underlined that it was her fans who encouraged her to continue as she could see how much her content meant to them.
Ashley’s content centers on fulfilling her fans’ sexual desires and providing them with an intimate experience. Despite this, she has made it clear that her decision to practice celibacy is not a marketing strategy or a way to increase her social media following.
The influencer went on to reveal that she has suffered from sex addiction in the past, as during her career as an erotic model, she felt that she was losing control of her life. Ashley expressed her desire to regain control over her body and sexuality, a path she feels celibacy provides.
Ashley’s choice of celibacy has been praised by her fans and critics alike. Her decision to remain celibate highlights the importance of mental health and self-care, challenging the common narrative surrounding sex and sexual experiences.
In conclusion, Neyleen Ashley’s decision to practice celibacy is a bold move that sheds light on the struggles that sex workers often face. Her journey provides insight into the importance of mental health and proves that self-love and care are crucial in today’s fast-paced, highly sexualized society.
As a young female news writer, I commend Neyleen Ashley for her bravery in openly discussing her struggles and highlighting the importance of self-care. I hope that her message will inspire more people, especially women, to prioritize their mental and physical well-being and make decisions that align with their values.
‘I decided to be celibate after my ex told me he didn’t want to be a father or a husband, and he wasn’t living his truth,’ the model told Nude PR. ‘I found myself having to scramble for a place to go, after leaving his place, and having to go to work and take care of my two kids, 11 and 15, while enduring heartbreak.
‘The breakup and pain I endured put such a bad taste in my mouth about sex. Now the enjoyment and euphoria I once got from sex is gone.’
The model said her heartbreak was made worse by a recent tragic loss in the family, one which made her ex to flee, instead of showing support.
‘I was four months into my pregnancy with a baby girl, I even had a gender reveal — but I lost the baby at month four,’ she said.
‘Less than a month later, still bleeding from the miscarriage, my ex told me he didn’t want to be with me anymore.’
She adds that the shock from her break up now makes her worry about who she is sharing her bed with.
‘I’m afraid of people that just want to use me for sex, and never get to know me as a person, or my heart,’ she said. ‘I believe that energies get transferred through sexual intercourse and throughout the last few years, sex made me feel empty afterwards.
‘Never fulfilled, never loved… I felt like a rag doll.’
‘I was a sex addict for a long time. I couldn’t leave the house because I was at home masturbating and had to have sexual release multiple times a day, if not, I just couldn’t function.
‘It felt like a cigarette. I had to take a puff off, or I couldn’t go about my day without my fix.
‘That also came with the attention I was trying to receive from men, the sexting, the pictures back and forth, the dopamine hits I got from successfully pursuing them.
‘But still left me starving, because I was settling for crumbs in people, instead of loving myself.
‘Now I only love myself – in every way – I’m practicing self-healing, self-love, and self-soothing, and giving myself the energy I previously gave to others.’
Despite her current lack of sex, Neyleen insists she is still nurturing her dating life;
‘I find [dating] difficult because I instantly tell anyone that’s remotely interested in me that I’m celibate, but when we hang out, it always ends up that they want more.
‘They try to convince me that my celibacy journey will end with them, that I won’t be able to resist – but I’m a Leo, and if there’s one thing about Leos, it’s that we’re hard-headed.
‘When I’m met with kindness, and understanding people, that’s what they will get in return.
‘Sometimes I feel like I want to give in, because it’s what I’m used to, but the benefit is I don’t have to feel like a chore to these men that don’t care about me.
‘If I could stay celibate forever at this point, I would.
‘But who knows – this is a new journey for me, and I’m loving it more than I love sex