October 2021 OnlyFans end with pornographic content
OnlyFans has been announcing for several months that it will end with pornographic material on its website.
The popularity of OnlyFans grew extremely during the pandemic, and very many people who created the content found an alternative source of income by selling explicit videos and photos through OnlyFans.
OnlyFans has once become a very good way to monetize your sexual material recorded at home in the living room.
People who have been affected by the pandemic situation have had this extra income many times helped and did not mind selling nudity.
So far this ends and OnlyFans has announced that it is returning to the primary concept to offer this place for celebrities, chefs, fitness trainers and more ...
OnlyFans will try to grow and it won't work through porn, because they fear that they could turn out as Pornhub, which financial institutions have prevented from using complete financial services, specifically payment via credit cards. It has a very negative impact on Pornhub and they have been trying to get back to normal for more than a year.
OnlyFans is not hiding to raise huge funds for further growth, so they have to say goodbye to porn, but what will be the consequences for OnlyFans popularity?
Content creators, specifically sexual workers, who were "walking on the street" or were strippers before they started using OnlyFans, have a different opinion.
Using the platform has given them more freedom, security and a fairly decent income from which they normally get by. Paradoxically, banking institutions, which are in the position of advocates of morality, indirectly drive these people to back to the streets.
There is a stigma that is constantly prevailing in society that porn is something bad and needs to be reduced.
Banks do not see the tens of thousands of success stories that have gotten off the streets on a normal path, but they are trying to force the company to completely eliminate sex on its website by its drastic approach and cancellation of payments for OnlyFans.
Some women's rights organizations, which have already made themselves known in various media, are already involved in this problem. They advised banks to abandon conservative thinking and look to the future.