Not on my platform!
For those of you into public sex, OnlyFans has said you need to keep it in the privacy of your own phones, as it’s no longer allowed on its site.
The subscription service, in its updated terms, said it will not allow content that was “recorded in or is being broadcast from a public place where members of the public are reasonably likely to see the activities being illustrated.”
Despite its good intentions, one creator is not pleased with the company’s move.
Aspen Eden told the New York Post that all much of her content is made outdoors, however, it’s all on private property or in very secluded areas where she would not be seen. However, the platform notified her that it would be removing her content, before doing just that.
OnlyFans’ decision has left it up to the creators to prove that their recordings are indeed done on private property.
We guess y’all will just have to get that public fix from deep dives on Twitter now.