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Why is anyone still defending OnlyFans?

22 August 2021

4:56 AM

22 August 2021

4:56 AM

Starting in October, OnlyFans, which has 130 million users, two million contributors and billions in revenue will ban its creators from posting pornographic material on its site, which many sex workers use to sell explicit content. Nude photos and videos will still be permitted provided they are consistent with OnlyFans’ policy, the company has announced.

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