OnlyFans suspends plans to get rid of pornographic content

Just a week ago, the platform announced its plans to change its policy and completely move away from pornographic content, and now the platform has stated that it is ‘suspending’ plans to ban pornography.


In an official Tweet OnlyFans reported:

And then in another message they added:

An official communication to creators will be emailed shortly.

It seems that the uproar and numerous voices of dissatisfaction that appeared after the announced change made the platform decide to withdraw from the implementation of the policy. However, many note the use of the word ‘suspended’, which suggests that this may be a temporary measure and the platform may revisit the idea in the future.

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