Report: OnlyFans is Turning a Blind Eye to Children Selling Sexual Content on the Platform
The do-it-yourself pornography platform OnlyFans is turning a blind eye to children selling sexual content on the subscription service, according to a shocking new report.
BBC News has found that children as young as 12 years old are using the site, and the moderators are doing little if nothing to stop this illicit child porn trade. They showed how easy it is to fake an ID to get on the platform due to their lax restrictions.
Young girls, empowered by a decadent society to jettison human dignity, are understanding that OnlyFans is an opportunity to sell their flesh for profit.
“Some of the girls have thousands of followers on Instagram, and they must be raking it in,” said one anonymous underage user. “I wanna be just like them.”
OnlyFans told the New York Post that the company “does not tolerate any violations of our policies and we immediately take action to uphold the safety and security of our users.” The company terminated the accounts after they were discovered by BBC.
“The site has in-depth policies and procedures in place to proactively monitor any attempt to fraudulently access the platform and should there be any contravention of these terms, the account is immediately closed,” the OnlyFans rep added.
Big League Politics has reported on how OnlyFans along with pornography platforms and mainstream social media platforms are enabling the explosion of the child porn trade:
“A video exposé posted onto YouTube by the account Racy Beaver makes a strong case that OnlyFans, the social media platform that encourages young girls to post lewd sexual content of themselves to the internet for cash, is driving global consumption of child pornography.
The video starts with some damning statistics about Western culture and use of pornography before dovetailing into OnlyFans, which has turned a nation of porn consumers into porn creators exploiting themselves for money to a subscriber base of gawking perverts.
“If you consume pornography on an even semi-regular basis, with an estimated 45 million child pornography photos and videos circulating the internet right now, chances are likely that you’ve consumed child pornography without releasing it,” Racy Beaver said.
“That’s almost certainly the case if you’re a regular user of OnlyFans,” he contended.
The video argues that OnlyFans’ lax standards allows young girls to make a fake ID, begin posting illicit underage pornography of themselves on the platform, and then distribute it for money to predators. This could be considered a form of child sex trafficking, and it is one that is already extremely pervasive throughout society.
Racy Beaver cited a BBC study contending that “on a single day, a third of Twitter profiles globally advertising “nudes4sale” (or similar) appeared to belong to an underage individual and many of those used OnlyFans to share their content.” He also found Twitter accounts where young girls were selling nude pictures and bragging about how they used fake IDs to sell child porn on OnlyFans.”
This is part of a global agenda to mainstream pedophilia, which is why most government officials are looking the other way at this grotesque exploitation of children.