Take caution when it comes to social media

Safety for all women is paramount. Those in conditions where men think they can take advantage does not diminish the need for safety.

Being on platforms such as OnlyFans, and having a large prescence on social media comes with its drawbacks; stalkers, trolls, creeps, inappropriates and the out and out scary.

Unfortunately some of these harassers (if not all of them) ironically pay for your content. It is therefore a very thin line that can be trodden.

This is NOT because of you or what you do, but simply by glimpsing into the mind of these harassers, shows us the entitlement they seem to think they hold over women (and men) that work on these platforms.

Below are a few tips that will hopefully help, and spark your own ideas of safety in these situations.

Be safe online

Where possible never use your own name. Some may rely on it for their fanbase, but unless you are a well-known figure I would suggest keeping it fake.

Never tell somone or show your location on anything that could give it away. With images this is easier to control, but also be mindful when videoing. It might be easy to forget what is in the background. Or if using zoom, change your name before the meeting.

Correspondence outside of the fan pages

If corresponding with messages, text or email, create a new separate email address and insta, twitter etc account for this agenda. Possibly even a second/business phone if necessary or use an app like kik.

Never give away personal accounts or numbers as you could well receive things you really don’t want to be bombarded with on a phone your 4 year old or mum looks at.

And do block where necessary, even if they are a subscriber. It isn’t worth it.

Physical post and payments

If sending items such as used panties, never include your return addess. Use tracked postal services so that: a) you know it has arrived and/or; b) you can get your money back if it doesn’t get to its destination.

Be very careful with your payment details. If possible set up a PayPal account or use Cashapp so that your details cannot be traced either. Afterall, this is a business that you will make money from.

In the flesh safety

If for some reason you are meeting someone (say a sugar daddy or a naked cleaner client) then make sure you tell at least one person where you are and who you are with. Get all the clients’ details before such as name, picture and address (where applicable) and pass these details on.

Tell the client and/or daddy you must have cash upfront, and that you have to let someone know that you have arrived safely and that you will also have to let them know when you leave, as a safety precaution.

Try to have your phone as close to you as you can and only accept drinks that you have seen been made.

If you feel in anyway creeped out or uncomfortable, you should leave straight away. Trust your gut.

General safety

Carry some safety precaution items such as mini hairspray to spray in the face, rape alarm or the classic keys in hand (held so that the key comes out of the bottom of your fist, not through your fingers – attackers come from behind generally and keys held inbetween fingers could hurt you more).

More than likely you’ll only need one of these items as realistically you will want to hold this item in your hand whilst walking (there will be no time to take it out of your handbag).

And finally, let’s keep teaching our sons, with real speak, to be a better generation of men.

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