At one point in my “blogging journey”, when I actually thought I could be consistent and make a fucking effort with something I enjoy, I signed up to a few different sites that send out e-mails to bloggers with certain articles or products to review or post about. Like any person of my generation, I usually just leave e-mails I should read as “Unread” for at least three days, finally read them and then wonder why I bothered but one particular article I got sent over recently did actually catch my attention.
OnlyFans feels like a buzzword in pop culture at the moment, with everyone suddenly claiming to know everything about it and celebs joining up left, right and centre to cash in. There’s a lot I could say about the sudden influx of people joining up to OnlyFans. I’m all for people making their money but it can be slightly jarring to see how many people sign up, assuming that sudden wealth will be imminent and using the industry as a novelty, not realising you still have to put in work. It’s not a case of “build it and they will cum” but that is a blog post for another day!