OnlyFans is going to evolve their content rules, as the outfit says it will before long, ban sexually unequivocal contents. As a platform where famous people and porno stars charge admirers for admittance to videos and photographs, OnlyFans is ready to make a move to stop this.
As per the site, to guarantee the drawn out sustainability of the platform, and to keep on hosting a comprehensive community of creators and fans, they would have to do this changes, due to requests from banking partners and payout providers.
Like other social platforms, OnlyFans permits its users to either sell contents free of charge, or probably wall their live-streams, videos and messages behind paid memberships. Users can also make incomes through tips or paid messages.
OnlyFans which was established in 2016, has 130 million users. It pays out more than $5 billion to its creators — who number more than 1.5 million — every year.
OnlyFans markets itself as where picture takers, artists, make-up artists, entertainers and various creators can make part or even full-time wages.
Be that as it may, it is most popular as a safe house for sex workers and powerhouses wanting to promote and sell access to grown-up content.
Meanwhile, OnlyFans on Thursday August 19, announced that it would permit creators to post nakedness as long as it is predictable with their Acceptable Use Policy, despite the fact that it was prohibiting what it called “the posting of any content containing sexually explicit conduct.”
The use policy prohibits violence, rape and lack of consent, among other content. It also bans the depiction or promotion of “escort services, sex trafficking or prostitution.”
OnlyFans’ decision was met with criticism, with some comparing it to blogging platform Tumblr’s move in 2018 to ban images and videos featuring “adult content,” including pornography.
Experts at that time said the sweeping ban threatened to alienate communities, including LGBTQ users, sexual assault survivors and sex workers who used the service to connect with each other and talk about safety issues. Meanwhile, others questioned what the OnlyFans decision would mean for sex workers who relied upon the platform for money.