OnlyFans creators have been left ‘devastated’ by the upcoming ban on sexually explicit content.
The subscription service will no longer allow X-rated material from October 1.
After hearing the news, many of its users have taken to social media and blasted the move.
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One creator tweeted: “October 1st + OnlyFans = them losing a s*** ton of money and business.”
Another added: “I’m really upset about what I think the OnlyFans update in terms and conditions means. Is everyone else changing their sites over? if so, what are you all using?”
“People celebrating that OnlyFans news is super weird to me.. people should be able to earn a living however they see fit as long as it’s not negatively impacting others,” a third wrote.
According to Variety, the ban on sexually explicit content comes as the brand has been forced to comply with the requests of its ‘banking providers and payout providers’.
Many people turned to OnlyFans during the Covid-19 pandemic as it became a source of income.
But following the site’s latest update, many have vowed to go on JustForFans instead.
Like OnlyFans, JustForFans is a subscription-based platform that allows its users to create content. However, this site has specifically been designed for sex workers and adult performers.
Its creator, Dominic Ford, told Bustle: “Unlike other sites that are ‘mainstreaming’ and further marginalizing sex workers, we are built exclusively for sex workers.
“Every decision we make is centered around how it will help models make more money.”
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