OnlyFans backs down and won’t ban sexual content in October

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MADRID, 25 Ago. (Portaltic/EP) –

The OnlyFans subscription platform has decided to reverse the change in its policies that it had announced last week and will finally not ban sexual content from October 1.

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Last week OnlyFans, known for explicit content for which its authors are paid, announced that it would ban the publication of sexually explicit images starting in October, although nude images and videos would continue to be allowed.

After receiving strong criticism from creators who until now monetized sexual content, the platform has announced through its Twitter profile the decision to suspend the change in its policies that it planned to introduce on October 1.

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The company has assured that it has “obtained the necessary guarantees” to support its community of creators, after media such as Bloomberg assured that the prohibition of sexual content was due to pressure exerted by partner companies, such as banks and payment providers.

“OnlyFans is synonymous with inclusion and we will continue to provide a home for all creators,” said the platform, which has promised to give more details to its members.

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