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Influencers are flocking to OnlyFans but not everyone is happy about it

Influencers are flocking to OnlyFans but not everyone is happy about it

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Influencers are flocking to OnlyFans but not everyone is happy about it

Influencers are flocking to OnlyFans but not everyone is happy about it

So many influencers have joined OnlyFans in the last six months that it’s inspired an entire YouTube subgenre of reviewing influencer OnlyFans accounts. 

“I bought Every TikToker’s OnlyFans so you don’t have to” by Kwite has nearly 1.3 million views. “I paid for Nikocado Avocado’s OnlyFans so you don’t have to” by hot tea has more than 1.4 million views. “I paid for Tana Mongeau’s OnlyFans so you dont have to lol (scam?)” by blair walnuts clocks in at more than 1.5 million views. 

When it was founded in 2016, OnlyFans was originally intended to give fans exclusive access to their favorite creators based on paid subscriptions. It came to be associated with digital sex work because it allows explicit content like nudity. (Other platforms like Instagram and Tumblr have stricter content policies.) OnlyFans is credited with empowering its most popular creators by making sex work profitable for talent in an industry that was already destabilized by the internet.  Read more…

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