As long as there is a market, the service providers will remain.
Beginning in October, Onlyfans will ban sexually explicit content – content that it has become most famous for – in an attempt to de-stigmatize itself as an amateur porn site and become a more mainstream premium content creator space. While some people think this is a win for the good guys, it actually changes nothing because as long as today’s man is willing to line the pockets of women for virtual love, the market will dictate a steady demand for the service. If Onlyfans bows out of the sex trade, another platform will step in to fill the void. As I’ve always said, if you want Onlyfans and social media models to be taken down a peg, men need to stop creating the demand for the marketplace.
For more commentary on the modern sexual marketplace, check out What Men Need to Learn from PJ Washington and Brittany Renner and Men Don’t Get It: Why Iggy Azalea’s DM Exposure and Thirst Culture is Our (Men) Fault.
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