A former pastor gave up the pulpit to become a stripper instead and says she’s never been happier. Nikole Mitchell felt pushed into dedicating her life in God because of her upbringing in a super religious Baptist family but she eventually decided to follow her heart and leave the Church behind, a decision she’s never regretted.
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Nikole Mitchell always wanted to be a stripper. Talking to The Post, Mitchell confessed that she’s been dreaming about stripping since she was a kid, she just never felt like she had the freedom to pursue it. “From a young age, I had fantasized about being a stripper,” she explained. “But I was indoctrinated to believe my desires and my body were innately sinful and bad.”
She became a pastor but her family wasn’t happy about it. The mom of three decided to spread the word of God officially in church, but even that wasn’t a decision her family supported. “I was taught that women aren’t allowed to lead and that women belong in the kitchen and with the children. So even though it went against everything I was told, I decided to become [a pastor] because of my love for performing,” 36-year-old Mitchell said.
It wasn’t until she joined a new church that she started to see the light. Nikole Mitchell and her now-ex-husband started attending the Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, Minnesota back in 2011 and realized that gender equality within the church was actually possible. She became a pastor there and everything was going great… until 2016.
Everything changed when she watched an LGBTQ+ theater performance in 2016. “I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, I don’t think I’m straight’ and it rocked my world,” Mitchell, who now identifies as bisexual and pansexual, recalled of the performance. “I knew if I revealed my queerness I would lose it all because the church is not welcoming to queer people.” By 2017, she’d left the church for good.
Leaving the church allowed Nikole Mitchell to follow her heart. After seeing her life coach’s wife doing lingerie modeling on Instagram, she decided to sign up for a course called Sexpress You to delve deeper into her desires. Not long after, she did her first nude photoshoot and finally felt good about herself. “I never felt more sexy and liberated than I did then,” she recalled.
Nikole now makes a killing on OnlyFans. She signed up for the subscription-based platform to offer followers photos and videos to fulfill their erotic needs. “I started off really timid like just topless photos, but now I’m at the point where I take personal requests and make videos very tailored to people’s specific desires,” Mitchell said about her new calling. “I’m to the point where back in March I was actually going to be paid several thousand dollars to have sex with someone, and I was A-OK with that, but then COVID hit and that got cancelled.”
Some people may hate on her, but Nikole Mitchell is happier than ever. “Every person has the right to express themselves in whatever way feels good to them and this is how it feels good to me,” she said. “My sexuality is incredibly healing and sacred. And when I give this gift to people, it blesses them.” Amen!
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