The problem with OnlyFans’ mainstream dream

The problem with OnlyFans’ mainstream dream

By The Guardian

Today in Focus

Thursday, 16 September

When the ‘subscription social network’ OnlyFans announced it would be banning the sexually explicit content that made it a billion-dollar business, sex workers were up in arms – and many observers wondered how the move could make financial sense. Then it had second thoughts. So what does this tech saga tell us about where pornography fits into the future of the internet – and is it just another example of the sex industry treating women as disposable?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
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