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OnlyFans to Bar Sexually Explicit Videos Starting in October

  • Popularity of the website has exploded during the pandemic
  • Many sex workers use OnlyFans to charge customers online
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OnlyFans is getting out of the pornography business.

Starting in October, the company will prohibit creators from posting material with sexually explicit conduct on its website, which many sex workers use to sell fans explicit content. They’ll still be allowed to put up nude photos and videos, provided they’re consistent with OnlyFans’ policy, the company said Thursday.