I'm in my 50s and love showing off my body – people say it's inappropriate but younger men think I look amazing | The Sun

A MODEL has told how she’ll never dress her age and will always try to look sexy despite being in her fifties.

Nicole Hibbard, 52, worked as a topless dancer before qualifying as an aesthetician and life coach.

During lockdown, the divorced mum of two, from Houston, Texas, started doing OnlyFans to make ends meet after splitting with her partner of 24 years who was the primary earner.

After seeing how much money she was making, Nicole realised that people found her more attractive than ever. 

She says: “I don’t think I look my age and most don’t know my actual age until they ask me. 

“There is huge cougar/milf turn on that men seem to like a lot.

“I think a woman who is my age and comfortable with her body is inspiring.

“I think it is fun to do it in your 50’s. If you are comfortable with yourself, why not?

“It’s liberating and I feel sexy. I think it’s important to feel confident and good about yourself. 

“I absolutely think people in their fifties should feel glamorous and sexy.

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“We aren’t dead yet so don’t act like it. Many women my age today look amazing.

“People are aging differently now. If you take care of yourself and have a great mindset and stay playful and young I think that adds to your sexiness and glamour.”

Nicole adds: “You don’t have to be a supermodel to feel glamorous and sexy. 

“Men enjoy all shapes and sizes. It’s a mindset.

“Confidence is attractive at any size. I appreciate beauty in all its forms. 

“I would love for every woman to feel confident and sexy even if they don’t want to start an OF page. 

“I think there are still some people in society that think if they are a mum, married or a grandmother that they have to act a certain way or they will be frowned upon. 

“That is being in prison to other’s judgment. Be free. Be you. You get one life. Live it up.”

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