OnlyFans today dropped plans to ban sexually explicit photographs and Video Porno videos on its platform later this year in a major Indo Bokep U-turn after an intense backlash from creators who said the move had already cost Indo Bokep them £5,000.
The online subscription service had said last Thursday that new rules coming into effect in October would prohibit ‘any content containing sexually explicit conduct’, Video Bokep although non-sexual nudity would still be permitted.
But in a surprise move today, Foto Telanjang the London-based company reversed the decision hours after chief executive Tim Stokely claimed the change was prompted by ‘unfair’ banks who were concerned about ‘reputational risk’. He named three banks – Metro Bank, Video Porno JPMorgan Chase Indo Bokep and Porn Video Bank of New York Mellon – but none would comment today.
Some Twitter users speculated that the whole thing had been a huge publicity stunt, Foto Porno but OnlyFans insisted that it had ‘suspended’ the change having Indo Bokep ‘secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator Porn Sex community’.
The platform is predominantly used by Porn Sex workers – many of whom joined during the pandemic when in-person adult venues shut – but a number of celebrities, Video Porno musicians and Video Bokep comedians also use it for Indo Bokep non-sexual content.
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‘We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator Indo Bokep community and Foto Porno have suspended the planned October 1 policy change.
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