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OnlyFans to no longer do porn

If you were not aware, pornography is ubiquitous in our culture. And if you aren’t a young person or aren’t on Twitter, you may be unaware of the most attractive site for young porn creators, OnlyFans. OnlyFans is a fan subscription site that specializes in porn. They have other stuff, but it’s built a reputation as a porn site. But it would turn out, that the company wants to put that life in the past as it seeks additional investment at a $1billion valuation, so that its early investors can cash out.

This move paid off for Patreon but it killed Tumblr. Although, OnlyFans is rather expensive within this model, a number of e-thots will struggle with transitioning their paying simps to a new platform. While the top e-thots can afford the impending setback, those on the cusp of making a living from the platform may find themselves seeking a real job.

It’s worth noting that the struggles of OnlyFans to find new investors and banks is not comparable to conservatives being censored by Big Tech. There is a massive liability that comes with children being allowed on a platform that provides porn. Moreover, conservatives are usually censored without warning whereas the new OnlyFans policy will not take place until October. And, most obviously, the owners of OnlyFans are choosing this route not being forced into it. They could, in theory, build their own bank and payment processing. They have the cashflow and the scalability to initiate vertical integration. Platforms like Gab were forced to build their own platforms to have a platform.

Overall, this change will disrupt the porn industry, but it could be a wake up opportunity for the simps out there and it could pressure young women to find real jobs.

The church needs to be aware of trends like this to understand the times and preach the gospel to those caught up in this sinful industry.

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