Love Island’s star Megan Barton-Hanson publicly opposed OnlyF’ decision to prohibit explicit content on its platform, saying that changes in the guidelines unfairly pointed out to sex workers.
The past few days, the content suspension service announced that “will prohibit the publication of any content that contains pornographic behavior” from October 1st.
The exact configuration of the brand makes it possible for creators and subscribers to feel confused and disgusted. Speaking frankly, whoever had seen the recent increase in popularity of the site felt confused and disgusted. The service was established in 2016. When Beyoncé sang the remix “Savage” by Megan Thee Stallion on the website last year, the service really took off and OnlyF reported that traffic has increased by 15% since then. “There are approximately 200,000 new users. Every 24 hours and 7,000 new creators join every day after the launch. Since then, OnlyF has accumulated 130 million users and more than 2 million creators, many of which have created pornographic content “. Now eligen prohibit Mainly responsible for promoting and maintaining its business model.
It is understandable that content creators and sex workers are moved by the hypocritical movement, and Barton-Hanson, who uses OnlyF, is aware of the same.