'UFO Goddess' webcam model opens up about the reality of her NSFW job

'UFO Goddess' webcam model opens up about the reality of her NSFW job

A professional webcam model who calls herself a "UFO goddess" has opened up about how her NSFW fetish career has helped her cope with the terrifying side effects of a nasal operation that went horribly wrong.

The self-dubbed Lexa Terrestrial left her university course to pursue a career in music and modelling, moving to Los Angeles, USA, to audition for Playboy. There she learned all about webcamming and decided to give it a try. She now charges $20 (£15.30) an hour for private online chats with strangers, exploring their deepest, most intimate kinks and desires.

Lexa, who hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has built up an army of online fans, who have become an unlikely source of support after she went through a catastrophic operation to straighten her septum.

The septoplasty procedure left her with Empty Nose Syndrome (ENS), a rare condition which can result from excessive loss of nasal tissue. Sufferers claim that they cannot feel the air going in and out of their nasal passages, which leads to breathlessness, headaches, dizziness, feeling that inhaled air is too dry or cold, or that too much air is entering the nose.

Commenting on her job in a recent interview, Lexia stated:

"In a way, I feel like the job chose me. I got told I have the right personality for it, and people have always enjoyed me being the weird, artsy girl. It has really opened my eyes about human sexuality. Now things I used to think were shocking seem actually fairly standard. I have had all sorts of requests from people with every fetish you could imagine – even a jacket fetish – but I also get lots of guys that are just lonely, so we sit and talk about our issues together.

"I can’t sense the air coming in and out of my nose anymore, so it feels almost as if I’m struggling for breath. As a performer, it makes it hard to sit and chat, so it has had a real effect on my webcam work. It’s like an all-day long anxiety attack, where my brain goes into flight or fight mode. It’s really dark to deal with. My fans have been absolutely amazing, though, and really got me through."

She added: "For me, the surgery was aesthetic. I thought it’d just give my nose a little tweak. I read up about the risks, but never saw this mentioned. Now I look back and think, ‘You didn’t have to do that – and now look.’ I want other girls to realise they are beautiful as they are. At this point, I don’t care what my face looks like, my health is more important."

If you'd like to keep up with some of Lexa's projects, then why not visit her official YouTube channel? Or take a gander at her Instagram account. Be warned though: they're both pretty raunchy!