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Hulu’s OnlyFans: Selling Sexy – Documentary about an Internet Phenomenon

OnlyFans: Selling Sexy
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Instagram, but for porn.

Hulu will explore the OnlyFans phenomenon during the pandemic in its new documentary, OnlyFans: Selling Sexy, it’s out on February 10. An ABC News original OnlyFans: Selling Sexy will explore how the online platform OnlyFans went from a niche site to a massive earner for millions of people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hulu first announced the documentary over the week, with a brief teaser. The documentary stars some internet celebrities and adult entertainers.

OnlyFans: Selling Sexy teaser explains that no one is behind in the OnlyFans race, celebrities like Cardi B to Bella Thorne have joined the website and earned millions of dollars, but OnlyFans is not only for the celebrities it has also given an opportunity to many regular people to make extra money in the dire financial circumstances which was the year 2020.


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OnlyFans: Selling Sexy teaser explains that no one is behind in the OnlyFans race, celebrities like Cardi B to Bella Thorne have joined the website and earned millions of dollars, but OnlyFans is not only for the celebrities it has also given an opportunity to many regular people to make extra money in the dire financial circumstances which was the year 2020.

OnlyFans: Selling Sexy
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OnlyFans: Selling Sexy is a collaboration between ABC News Originals and Hulu. The documentary will feature appearances from many adult popular adult creators like Kristen Vaughn, Tyson Dayley, Wynter Mosley, and some appearances from professional adult entertainers like Silvia Saige, and Griffin Barrows, all of whom are active users of OnlyFans.

The documentary will answer how creators “navigate OnlyFans’ pandemic enhanced 2020 boom, the impact of an influx of celebrities on the platform, and the choices they have to make as they increase their fanbases and income while facing the real-world impacts and stigma surrounding online sex work.

In addition OnlyFans: Selling Sexy will also include commentaries of comedians Nikki Glaser and Donnell Rawlings, and many therapists and sex educators who will try to, “unpack the ways in which OnlyFans and its mysterious founder may be changing the world of online sex-work — for both good and bad — forever.

OnlyFans: Selling Sexy is available to stream on Hulu from February 10.

Written by Kabir

Hi, This is Kulwant Singh (Kabir), CO-Founder of Cinemablind

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