If you were once reluctant or procrastinating on starting an OnlyFans page to post those nudes or sexy pics, well...now you waited too long. *kicks can*

I bet so many sexy women are upset about this news.

The London-based company OnlyFans announced today that they will prohibit users from posting sexually explicit content on their website beginning October 1.

The company did say it would allow creators to post content containing nudity if it followed the OnlyFans policy.

The popular site, which has over 130 million users, has been around for the past 5 years. It saw a major boom during last year's pandemic. Wonder why.

According to Reuters, the company is looking to clean up its image and comply with the requests of its banking partners.

I assume the site will take a financial hit with the new rules, but they have also announced a new streaming platform called OFTV, on which creators can share videos on various topics such as cooking, fitness, and more. There are still plenty of cosplayers and models producing "safe for work" content too, and most will probably stay on the platform.

Personally, I knew at least five women that made good money - thousands of dollars per month - with their OnlyFans Pages.

I imagine other sites will reinvent the wheel, copy the same concept, and continue forward.

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