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OnlyFans performer Ariel Anderssen has recently written about how she is empowered as an adult performer who is an active participant in the sex economy by choice. However, is selling your attractiveness capital on the market actually empowering, or is it merely a fad?
The slogan “make money from your sex appeal” was co-opted by people so far behind on their rent and bills that they’ve decided to monetize their nudes.
The notion that all OnlyFans performers are entrepreneurial self-starters engaged in a proactive, business-minded enterprise is misguided, as a quick glance at the disparities in OF earnings can verify. Most OF the performers are probably economically disenfranchised twenty-somethings.
In summer 2020, media outlets began reporting an increase in people signing up to perform oral sex for money on OnlyFans. The sex industry was conveniently tied to other areas of identity politics, with a focus on intersectionality, not the class.
The advocates of safe injection sites for intravenous drug users don’t simply say shoot up freely and be addicted to heroin. Sex workers require a full spectrum of support, and Teen Vogue and Twitter activists shouldn’t be driving the messaging on what we consider valuable options.
The New York Post doxed a 23-year-old EMT worker for having an OnlyFans account, and celebrities were chastised for disrupting the economics of the side hustle. This led to a backlash and a lot of users saying the quiet part out loud: you don’t need to do this, we do.
If you’re going to valorize the legitimacy of doing sex work by choice, make sure that you’re not normalizing the idea that people should need to supplement their incomes in endless ways.