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The Mr. Skin toon logo guy wearing a surgical mask and brandishing a bottle of hand-sanitizer.(Chicago, IL) March 12, 2020 – Mr. Skin and Mr. Man are rewarding preparedness for those who self-quarantine against the Coronavirus for the recommended fourteen days, and for those who deserve to be rewarded, and Mr. Skin and Mr. Man have just the thing to keep you busy for two weeks with a free two-week membership to either website. Go to the Mr. Skin Offer Link at and the Mr. Man Offer Link at

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About Mr. Skin and is the world’s foremost authority on celebrity nudity, and is the web’s #1 go-to destination for the complete skinny on Hollywood starlets at their hottest. Since 1999, has grown exponentially, now attracting more than 10 million unique visitors every month who come to experience the site’s cast library of sexy celebrity content, including more than 20,000 actress bios, 30,000 movie and TV show reviews and over 200,000 pictures and videos.

Jim McBride – AKA Mr. Skin – is the founder and proprietor of Mr. Skin, the #1 online celebrity nudity entity since 1999. McBride appears as “the world’s foremost authority on naked celebs” on more than 500 radio shows annually, including a weekly feature on The Howard Stern Show. McBride has been profiled in The New York Times, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Chicago Sun-Times, and dozens of other publications, as well as on VH1, WGN, and other media outlets.

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