published : 2023-09-29
Former Nickelodeon Child Star Joins Playboy, Opens Up About 'Odd' Requests and Reclaiming Her Power
Madisyn Shipman, known for her role in 'Game Shakers,' embraces her sexuality on the Playboy creator platform
Madisyn Shipman, the former child star who played Kenzie Bell in Nickelodeon's 'Game Shakers,' has made a surprising move to the Playboy creator platform.
Initially hesitant to join a paid creator platform due to concerns about showing her body, Shipman found that Playboy offered a unique opportunity.
Playboy allows creators to express themselves and their sexualities without judgment, giving them the freedom to show as much or as little as they choose.
To the delight of her fans, Shipman now shares racy photos in lingerie and skimpy bikinis, earning millions of dollars in the process.
Joining Playboy has not only provided financial freedom for Shipman but has also allowed her to fully fund her music career and buy her own house.
For Shipman, being part of Playboy is an honor, as she gets to meet like-minded individuals who understand and support her journey.
Having grown up on a Nickelodeon show, Shipman felt a sense of repression around her sexuality and body image.
By embracing her power and reclaiming her sexuality, Shipman feels empowered to pose in bikinis and lingerie, loving her body and showing it off without shame.
Playboy's integration of its platform with creative freedom, artistic expression, and sex positivity resonates with Shipman's desire to break free from the constraints of her past.
Shipman's fandom on the Playboy platform seeks connection with her and often engages in conversations about her day and experiences.
Shipman's former castmates from 'Game Shakers' expected her to push boundaries and fully support her current endeavors.
After facing severe bullying in high school, Shipman realized the importance of living for herself and doing what makes her happy.
Shipman embraces her child star years without regrets, acknowledging the impact they had on shaping her as a woman and as an artist.
Embracing her sexuality and freedom of expression, Shipman feels beautiful, empowered, and ready to showcase her true self.