How does a woman’s appearance change after illicit sex?
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A reader, Random Angeleno, asked a pertinent question.
“A potential wife will never tell him if she did OnlyFans or other sex work. She will presumably have removed all that in her attempts to stick the landing. So how to check that out? Image searches? Phone snooping? Internet archive?”
A man could spend days searching for a woman’s past online and still come up empty. But the proof is in the pudding. You can get a taste of her history from her appearance and mannerisms — IF you know what to look for.
I used to believe that only men were clueless about this, but that it was evident to females. But during a discussion with my wife, I learned that women are also completely unaware of how, and how much, a woman changes after she becomes sexually active.
This post takes a look at several photographs and memes that highlight how women change after defloration, heartbreak, and/or years of casual boinking. It should become apparent to the reader that purity is indeed more beautiful than sexperience.
Case Study 1: Haley Carr
Before: Her eyes are bright. Her hair is clean. Her face glows with inner joy. She doesn’t need makeup to feel beautiful. She’s wearing attractive clothing. She’s confident, humble, exuberant, and smiling.
After: Her eyes are dull and lifeless. Slut eye is setting in. She dyed her beautiful blonde hair black, and it’s oily. Her face is grey and has a flat affect. Weirdly sculpted eyebrows. She’s wearing eyeliner and mascara. Duck lips hide her shame and bitterness. She’s wearing a revealing top. She’s shifty, arrogant and proud. In short, she’s moving up the ladder of $1ut indicators.
She posted these photos on social media, with a snide “lmaoo”. Why should she be proud of this change? Why should she feel ashamed of her previous innocence?
Another symbolic aspect of this image is the lighting. In the before image, there is a beautiful, brightly lit chandelier. In the second image, there is a recessed light with the lightbulb missing and the wires hanging out of the socket. I’m sure this artistic detail is unintentional, but it represents very well the differing states of her body and soul.
Case Study 2: The Best D!ck Meme
I’m not sure if these images are real or staged, but nevertheless, they make an excellent pictorial comparison between innocence and depravity.
Update: Deti identified the model as Margot Robbie in both photos. The first one is her as a very young, very attractive woman. The second photo is Robbie as the DCEU character, Harley Quinn.
Before: High in confidence and self-esteem. Dressed attractively and appropriately. Genuinely joyful and fun-loving, vivacious, and bubbly. I could imagine her to be very classy and popular.
After: Her eyes are hard-set and determined. Heavy mascara, disheveled clothing, Consumed with feral desire. Self-abasement, demanding. Licking her lips with thoughts of c0ck conquest. I could imagine that she makes happily married women very insecure.
Case Study 3: Katie Katzmann
This is Katie Katzmann from the TV reality show, Labor of Love.
Her body has aged well, but her soul has seen corruption.
Before: She has a warm smile. She appears vivacious, attractive, sociable, popular, and personable. Her eyes show intelligence, curiosity, and hope. Her backward thrust shoulders indicate confidence and comfortability in her skin.
Intermediate: She’s lost her hope and vitality, but she still clings to a semblance of self-esteem. Arms crossed in front of her body indicates her disdainment for life and her inability to trust. Her self-confidence has morphed into self-protection.
After: Self-esteem is gone, replaced by a painfully evident 1,000 c0ck stare. Hard set gaze shows her determination to attain control, and accompanied by a hint of cruelty. Clenched jaw shows entrenched anger and arrogance.
It is interesting that she apparently didn’t want a baby until the latter stage of her development.
Case Study 4: Bella Thorne
I am sad to include Bella Thorne as a case study in this essay, because her defilement was forced upon her at a young age. For more details about this, please read this article from Collective Evolution: Popular American Actress shares that she was molested at Disney from ages 6 to 14 (2020 August 25).
Before: This girl is super cute! She is playful, curious, and trusting.
Intermediate: Bella’s countenance shows the obvious deterioration of purity, but she also displays a beleaguered self-esteem that accompanies the violation of her free will. Her eyes are hollow, indicating withdrawal and mechanical distrust. Her hair is cared for, but fake, indicating that she’s presenting an image that is not her true self. Not playful, not curious, and the sparkle of hope is gone.
After: Bella has reached an age of accountability and now faces the full brunt of the damages inflicted upon her. Thus, her true self has returned, but looking haggard and desperate. Her hair is disheveled, she has a repugnant nose ring, and her overall appearance conveys deep sadness and hopelessness. Yet, in spite of all this, I think her demise has not yet reached its nadir, because she still roils in the fake bravado claim that her “body is too much for Insta”.
Case Study 5: Kim Kardashian
We’ve all seen that eye-popping image of Kim’s @$$ on the cover of a magazine that, for some reason, we can’t remember the name of anymore. But I didn’t know how cute she was when she was younger.
Before: She’s very sweet and feminine, and a little bit sensuous. Rather attractive, really. I could even believe she was kindhearted and conscientious. She seems like a girl you might want to marry – except that touch of sadness makes you wonder.
After: The first overall impression is striking. But when you look deeper, you can tell she’s totally fake. She’s had a nose job which gives her nostrils a V-hook. Botox lips, and something unnatural about her lower face and jaw, like she’s clenched her teeth in rage for the last decade. Heavy mascara, and a salmon-hued, spray-on tan. There’s a strange, vacant yet piercing look in her eyes which are glazed over with a 1KC stare. She’s proud about being able to evade the wall for a few more years. The sadness has overtaken her, transforming her into a lost spirit hiding behind the mask. There’s no way she would ever make a good wife now.
Case Study 6: The Doughnut Meme
The deception of perception and the slow slide into depravity comes in slow gradations that are hardly noticeable from day to day, but over the years, one’s true character shows through.
Haley Carr and Katie Katzman chose their defilements, presumably to revenge an ex, or assert their independence, if not simply for the fun of it all. Because they made the free choice to ride the carousel, they are ostensibly satisfied with their choices (so far).
Bella Thorne and Kim Kardashian have sought out socio-sexual liaisons, fame, and popularity as a substitute for sadness and emptiness inside, respectively. As long as these sources are propping up their needs for attention and identity, they will continue to cruise the fast lane.
God’s grace is shown to them in the fact that they’ll never know what blessings they could have had, if they had made different choices in life.
These case studies are noteworthy examples of a trend that has been happening on a society wide scale. People have been conditioned to believe that sexual experience and a worldly aura is equivalent to sexual authority. In other words, men and women alike tend to think that women with a figure and a notch count are more attractive than women characterized by purity and innocence.
NovaSeeker observed this growing phenomena as well.
“The problem is that the “corrupted” look is now being spread as the “normal” look thanks to the power of social media, and as this continues to happen, we will see more blurring here, making it progressively harder to discern the tells, in a reliable way.”
Novaseeker’s reply to Random Angeleno described the brash acceptance of the “corrupted” look as desirable.
“What’s coming next is the normalization/mainstreaming of OnlyFans type activity by women. There are married women who are active with sexual content on OnlyFans right now, like Ana Cheri. Also the fact that so many OnlyFans “content creators” use their actual real names and not fake names like porn actresses have almost always done indicates that these women don’t think they have anything to be ashamed of. And as more and more celebrities pile into the OnlyFans space, that will, in fact, happen.
So that’s what’s next — because it’s already starting.”
The key phrase is “normalization/mainstreaming”.
But it’s worse than this. Modern women have the idea that purity and virginity is something to be ashamed of, which is more of a secular man’s perspective on men. The “pure look” is being denigrated as a laughingstock of childish naïvete and “immaturity” (e.g. Haley Carr’s snide remark), and the “corrupted look” is being typecast as sexual virility in the positive sense, and it is now taken to be a desirable expression of sexual authority. The negative sense of it indicating the first few shades of a gradual slide into perdition is not recognized, communicated, nor perceived.
If we could somehow continue the photo progression into the afterlife, we would see the corruption, darkness, desire for power, desperation, haughtiness, sadness, etc. continue to grow until the person is totally transformed into a demonic lost soul.
People don’t understand how dangerous this really is, because it is so prevalently cast as the glorified norm (glorified evil, that is). I wrote this post because we need to hone our discernment to be aware of this.
It is my hope that this photo essay might dispel this mistaken belief by contrasting the dead pan countenances resulting from illicit sex against the natural attractiveness of an innocent, vibrant, undefiled heart.
Know what to look for, men!
- Chateau Heartiste: Our shared single white woman problem (2017 June 6)