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We’re running a story about Onlyfans and would like to make something abundantly clear

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As a college newspaper — we are far more liberal than most of the competitors throughout England and even beyond. While we do work with a lot of them, we don’t hold the same beliefs as them. The article we intend to run tonight exposes what appears to be financial fraud and discrepancies at the hands of Onlyfans.com (which legally in the UK is actually known as Fenix International LTD.)

We’re penning this bulletin in an effort to remind people that sex workers are humans also. There is nothing wrong with sex work, in fact, it is literally one of the oldest professions in human history. The stigma surrounding sex work exists because for whatever reason it has long been wrongfully criminalised.

This article and those that follow are in no way to shame or attempt to force sex workers out of a job. We are simply out to make a point that Onlyfans.com and its affiliates appear to be duping the very same sex workers that depend on the platform for a partial or full income.

And as always, please stay safe and wash your hands. If you’ve been quarantined —- behave yourself.


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