The reality of OnlyFans ban on sexually explicit content
OnlyFans – the content hosting platform which grew to 130 million users (and 2 million creators) during the pandemic – will place a ban on sexually explicit content from October 1st.
The details of the new rules are still a bit sketchy, but in a statement, OnlyFans said they will “prohibit any content containing sexually explicit conduct”.
They added that creators will still be allowed to post “nudity”, as long as it complies with their Acceptable Use Policy. Though it’s said these are still to be updated. OnlyFans claim the changes taking place are due to requests from their “banking partners and payout providers”.
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