OnlyFans 'porn ban': Renee Gracie and Vanessa Sierra on proposed rule

Australia’s biggest OnlyFans stars have reacted with skepticism and bemusement to the on the website.

The subscription-based platform has announced it will be banning ‘sexually explicit’ content from October 1 due to pressure from financial backers.

Former V8 Supercars driver Renee Gracie, who has made $2million since becoming an OnlyFans creator early last year, said she suspected the website’s founders were just looking for free publicity by going public with the ‘Porn Video ban’. 

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Australia’s biggest OnlyFans stars, including Renee Gracie, have reacted with skepticism and bemusement to the proposed anti-Porn Video crackdown on the website

‘OnlyFans did something similar a while back. They made an announcement of clamping down on adult content, but it never happened,’ Gracie said. 

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‘It could just be the company looking for attention.’ 

Gracie said Porn Video is a multibillion-dollar industry for OnlyFans, which takes a 20 per cent commission from creators, meaning the company is unlikely to abandon it. 

Her take: Former V8 Supercars driver Renee Gracie, Porn Video who has made $2million since becoming an OnlyFans creator early last year, said she suspected the website’s founders were just looking for free publicity by going public with the ‘Porn Video ban’ 

The brunette explained that OnlyFans had made a ‘positive impact’ on the sex industry by giving creators more control over their image and content.

She suspects that if the platform bans Porn Video, Video Porno another website will just take its place. 

Porn Video is a trillion-dollar industry.

It’s never going away,’ she said. ‘The age of selling content is here.’

Expected: Vanessa Sierra, who is one of Australia’s most popular OnlyFans stars but doesn’t make hardcore content, said she saw the crackdown coming

Vanessa Sierra, who is one of Australia’s most popular OnlyFans stars but doesn’t make hardcore content, said she saw the crackdown coming. 

‘It was bound to happen. My ex [YouTube personality Luke Erwin] and I knew this would happen since last year,’ she said. 

‘They’re only removing Porn Video, Video Porno not nudity, so it won’t impact me,’ added the former Love Island Video Porno contestant. 

Business: ‘Porn Video is a trillion-dollar industry.

It’s never going away,’ said Gracie, who believes OnlyFans has made a ‘positive impact’ on the Porn Sex industry by giving creators more control

Only Fans announced on Thursday it would be banning Porn Video from October 1, in a move that will no doubt alienate a significant portion of its user base.   

The move is part of the UK-based company’s changes ‘to comply with the requests of our banking partners and payout providers,’ an OnlyFans spokesperson confirmed to DailyMail.com.  

OnlyFans says creators can continue to share content with nudity ‘as long as it is consistent with our Acceptable Use Policy,’ which prohibits specific explicit content such as rape, Porn Video torture, revenge Porn Video and sex trafficking.

‘In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of our platform, and the continue to host an inclusive community of creators and fans, we must evolve our content guidelines,’ the spokesperson said.

OnlyFans has more than 130 million users, over two million creators who have earned in excess of $5billion since its inception in 2016, but is struggling to raise money from outside investors.

However, the company has not disclosed how much of its revenue is generated from pornography and adult content shared by creators.  

New rules: OnlyFans, Porn Sex which has become the go-to place for creators to post explicit photos and Porn Sex videos, is banning pornography starting October 1

The bump in the road comes from the company’s reputation as an adult content website and has landed itself on the ‘no fly’ zone of many venture capital firms that have rules against investing in such apps and sites.

OnlyFans was launched four years ago by Timothy Stokely who is, in his own words, a ‘British entrepreneur in the adult entertainment industry’.  

It is a subscription-based site that allows creators to earn a living by sharing original videos on the platform.

Fans pay creators for access to their content via a monthly subscription, Porn Sex which can range from $4.99 to $49.99.

OnlyFans takes a 20 percent cut of all payments.   

Thursday’s announcement comes just a day after OnlyFans launched a new ‘suitable for work’ app that allows people to share nudity-free content about topics such as fitness, wellness and cooking.

Called OFTV, the free app has a library of more than 800 videos, including ones with its biggest stars such as Mia Khalifa, Bella Thorne and Holly Madison.

There are also clips from chefs, Pilates instructors and Foto Porno podcasters, as well as meditation videos and instructions for how to make tasty cocktails.

Changes: The move, announced Thursday, is part of the UK-based company’s changes ‘to comply with the requests of our banking partners and payout providers’

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