Elle Brooke has vowed to be No Nut November participants' "biggest burden", suggesting she's got plenty of saucy content lined up.
The blonde bombshell became famous for her racy pictures and videos on OnlyFans and now makes her living from her risqué content and through social media.
Now the star has taken to Twitter, where she regularly shares sneak peeks of her NSFW content, to hint that there's more to come in November.
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"I hope to be the biggest burden to everyone’s NNN [No Nut November]," the star wrote, much to the delight of fans.
One tweeted: "You're gonna make it completely impossible, I'm sure," while another follower chimed in: "Bring it on" with a series of heart emojis and a laughing face.
Elle already set pulses racing with a series of racy Halloween costumes.
The social media influencer, 24, had fans gawking when she paid tribute to Hugh Hefner in a pink bunny outfit that left very little to the imagination – shortly after dressing up as the man himself.
Elle has always been a fan of costumes and had her followers doing double-takes when she dressed up in a skin-tight Spiderman costume and vowed to "catch webs not feelings" earlier this year.
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Fans of the OnlyFans model may have trouble sticking to their No Nut November pledges, which see Brits up and down the country vow to forgo sex and self-gratification for the entire month of November each year.
According to Metro.co.uk, the origins of No Nut November can be traced back to 2011, when users of forums like Reddit and 4chan were first spotted publicly signing up for a month of celibacy.
The phenomenon is now much more well-known and has very strict rules, as outlined on Urban Dictionary, which include not having sex or masturbating and only being limited to one wet dream throughout the month.
The rules even state that a three-strikes policy does not apply – mess up once and you're out for good.
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However, doctors have warned about the dangers of abstaining from sexual activity for an entire month.
Dr Rena Malik, who has her own popular YouTube channel, posted a video explaining the dangers of taking part in the challenge – and detailed just how sex and masturbation can actually be a good thing.
She said: “There's a number of benefits to masturbation including better sleep, decreased heart rate, decreased stress and a lot of increase in feel good hormones.
"People [taking part in No Nut November] can get a lot of pain and discomfort in their pelvic floor, or their testicles.
“A lot of you guys have heard of 'blue balls'."
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