Popular Gay Porn Stars Use ‘Aging Filter’; Sam Smith Posts Aging Filter Photo; RuPaul’s Drag Race Star’s Age Is Mocked With Aging Filter; Aging App Privacy Concerns

Popular Gay Porn Stars Use ‘Aging Filter

I don’t think anyone’s missed the newest trend going around lately. There’s this app that takes a current photo of someone and it ages them to show what they’ll look like years from now…if of course they’re lucky enough to live that long.

So this was amusing to see.

The site’s editor, Zachary Sire, had the genius idea of putting a few of today’s hottest adult performers through the app to see what they’ll look like in their 50s, 60s and 70s.

There are several before and after photos, but the app only ages the face, not the body. 

Here’s the link. 

Sam Smith Posts Aging Filter Photo

I think I’m the only one who hasn’t done this aging filter thing. However, non-binary genderqueer Smith did his aged photo with a more creative touch. 

27-year-old Smith used the filter and then posted it to social media today (16 July). Smith is sporting a beard and wearing large love heart diamond earrings.

You can see the photo, here. It’s adorable. 


RuPaul’s Drag Race Star’s Age Is Mocked With Aging Filter

Apparently, not everyone is enjoying aging filter. One of the stars on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Charlie Hides, wasn’t too thrilled when someone posted a photo of how Hides is going to look 60 years from now.

Well! 

In the meme Hides posted, someone used the app to age Drag Race stars RuPaul, Brooke Lynn Hytes, Yvie Oddly and Detox. They then put an unedited photo of Charlie Hides in the middle.

Here’s the rest. Hides does make a few valid points. 

Aging App Privacy Concerns

Now for something even more interesting about the beloved aging app. There’s still speculation about privacy concerns. There are Russian connections. 

Of course, given the developer company is based in St. Petersburg, the faces will be viewed and processed in Russia. It’s unclear how much access FaceApp employees have to those images and Forbes hadn’t received comment from the company at the time of publication about just what it does with uploaded faces.

Here’s the link. I don’t think anything has been determined as of right now. Forbes is still waiting for a statement from Face App and they’ve promised to update the article. 





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