“I hate people who post their Only Fans!”
We see some version of this multiple times a day on various social sites, usually by men.
Let’s do something. Let’s replace Only Fans with other things and see if you still hate it.
“I hate people who post their Ebay store.”
“I hate people who post their Etsy store.”
“I hate people who post their Patreon page.”
Is it still a problem?
I can hear the answers now. “No, because they’re selling a product.”
Okay, let me point something out to you right now. People who have an Only Fans also are selling a product. That product is their tits, pussy, and ass. They have every right to do so.
So if you don’t whine about a Patreon page, an Etsy store, or Ebay listings, you need to quit whining about Only Fans people.
All you’re really complaining about is that you have to pay to see the pussy.
“I hate that they’re selling a paddle they made. They should let me have that for free!” — See how stupid that sounds? That’s how stupid you sound complaining that you can’t see the pussy for free.
I can hear it now. “But they spent hours making that item and should be paid for that workmanship.” Yes. Indeed. And it takes time and effort to make a decent video. They may take fifty pics before they get the one they want to post to their Only Fans.
“Yeah, but there are a lot of crappy pictures they didn’t put effort into!” someone will say. Yup. And there are a lot of crappy, overpriced floggers populating Etsy accounts. Now you’re complaining about not being able to see crappy pics for free.
You need to really look at your behavior and attitude. You are complaining because one chick out of 1000 won’t show you her pussy without payment first. You are also complaining that ANY woman dares to restrict your visual access to her body.
Reality Check — You are not entitled to view their pussy if they don’t want you to see it without paying. They are entitled to restrict those pictures to people who pay for the privilege. You have to pay a cover to get into a strip bar. You have to buy a minimum number of drinks to go into a strip bar. Only Fans is an online version of the strip bar.
If you don’t complain about people posting links for selling their melting wax, paddles, and floggers in Etsy, then you need to shut about women making ends meet through Only Fans. Maybe you should think for a moment about the times we live in and how many people are unemployed and can’t pay their bills without that Only Fans account.
Tribute is an accepted practice. That’s what an Only Fans account is. A formalized version of tribute. You don’t have to give them money if you don’t want to. There are plenty of other women on plenty of other sites who show you all the goods for free. Good god, whatever you do, don’t go to chatterbate!
Just because you’re willing to flash your dick in your avatar doesn’t mean we have to flash the pussy. That’s why you don’t see many men with an Only Fans. They flashing that shit all over the place. LOOKAMAHDICK!
And you’re just pissed off that you don’t own every woman’s nakedness.
They have every right to try to earn a living.
You…aren’t entitled to a damn thing.
TylerRose. is known as Dame Tyler in the NYC public SM/Fetish scene.
She is an award-winning author who has written three “lifestyle”, four cartoon, and twenty seven fiction books that you can find on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/TylerRose./e/B00HCPLSP2
You can find more of her work in Fetlife: https://fetlife.com/users/305828
She enjoys crocheting and baking, and will no doubt die with a thesaurus open on her thigh.
Mr. Mots says
Etsy and Ebay can’t be lumped in with this. On those two commerce sites you see the product you want and you pay for the product you will receive.
I don’t think that people who complain about people who complain about OF have actually used OF extensively. For anyone unfamiliar with the business model; you pay a few from $1 to $100, depending on the model, and you then have 30 days of access to anything they;ve posted.
Here’s the problem, you don’t know what you’re going to see before buying. Usually they advertise “exclusive content” but that doesn’t really have much meaning. They may have 1 or 100 posts but that doesn’t mean it’s anything you’d particularly want to see. Nudes, hardcore sex, or most importantly BDSM content is not guaranteed.
That’s right. The people that are advertising their OF pages on fetish lifestyle sites like Fetlife don’t always have BDSM content. Or anything particularly “sexy” for that matter. And you won’t find out until you’ve already paid them. Also, sometimes you will pay the subscription price but all of the “good content” is behind a paywall where they charge you additional fees.
I think this is where the bulk of the complaints are rooted. Like it’s been said ad nauseum, Fetlife is “not a dating site” so applying the same logic it’s “not a marketing site”. Especially if you’re marketing something with no relevance to the lifestyle users. and your only purpose of using the site is as a marketing tool..
Is there a fee to join?
Dame TylerRose. says
It’s free to join. But if you want to make money, you have to send them pics of your driver’s license or state ID and a pic of yourself holding said ID. and (of course) give them your bank account information. You also have to fill out IRS forms because they will report your earnings and send you a 1099 at the end of the year for filing taxes.
To me, the site is a great way to self promote