Some believe making money from sexual content and fetishes (such as feet and used underwear) has become anyone’s game, which to some extent it has…in terms of how you look.
What actually does matter, and will reflect on whether you make money or not, is your social media game.
Being in the swork game or as an influencer in the public eye on platforms such as OnlyFans, comes with its drawbacks; stalkers, trolls, creeps, inappropriates and the out and out scary.
And what with the current climate, #notallmenbutallwomen #saraheverard #justiceforblessing, it has highlighted, yet again, what we always knew – keep the harassers at bay and protect yourself!
Since the lockdown hit and the strip clubs closed, opened, closed, had screens and sanitizer dispensers put in and everyone masked up looking like a belly dancer or a burglar, many of us have had to get creative in order to feed ourselves, our children, and pay our bills to keep a roof over our heads.
Making money from pay for view, cam girl and sub sites, with the likes of OnlyFans, is, as we all well know from the many sensational tabloid media headings; “Busty, Blonde Brenda making bundle by selling pictures of her bunions” – very doable in this day and age.