Fanatical anti-sex-work groups like Exodus Cry and NCOSE thought they could silence us. But the recent OnlyFans porn decision proves we are winning the fight, writes Maitland Ward.
Adult star Cherie DeVille writes about why OnlyFans’ porn ban—and subsequent reversal—should motivate sex workers to get organized in order to fend off future threats.
The history of the internet is one of platforms being popularized by sex workers that they then purge, but doing that in the midst of a pandemic is truly obscene.
It’s not so much about investors as it is MasterCard’s upcoming policy changes and the anti-sex-work lobby.
OnlyFans says that starting in October, it will prohibit “content containing sexually-explicit conduct.” The sex workers who helped make the site what it is want answers.
The story started with Eliot Spitzer, and it took 13 years and nearly as many scandals to get us to this point.
The veteran adult actress talks about being booted from TPUSA’s conference in Tampa for being a porn star, and Candace Owens’ attacks against her.