'We Make Art, Not War': Russian Porn Stars Get Locked Out of 'Only Fans' Accounts Following Russia Sanctions
War leaves a trail of senseless victims in its wake. Average civilians wake up one day and find their lives have been changed forever. Men say goodbye to their families. Grandmothers trade-in crocheting for Molotov cocktail assembly. And Russian porn stars find themselves unable to sell their kink on a monthly subscription basis. That happened to a number of these entrepreneurs when the sanctions against Russia locked them out of their Only Fans accounts.
Making ero content is my dream job and #OnlyFans let us do it. I can't go to offline work cause of my mental illness (depression and bipolar disorder) and now, when terrible things are happening all over the world and all of us is scared, I can stay without any money to live.
— SixSexPlanes ♡ HAS A FREE ONLYFANS (@sixsexplanes) February 26, 2022
Some of them were rallying around the hashtag #WeMakeArtNotWar.
#WeMakeArtNotWar@onlyfans we are not military with weapons, we are just creators and hostages of this system. Stop bully us for just being people of our country. We didn’t choose where to born and you cut off our ONLY way to run away of here! pic.twitter.com/qSTqiAuXz1
— Marie Bunnie 🐰 (@bunnie_mommy) February 26, 2022
#WeMakeArtNotWar 😔@OnlyFans banned me and all Russian creators. It hurts so much that innocent content creators and cosplayers are suffering because of politics 😒 What is happening in the world is really very scary! The common people never wanted this!@OnlyFansSupportpic.twitter.com/jx6LWXcO1U
— little Fox 🦊 (@kawaiifoxtyan) February 26, 2022
I'm sure we can all appreciate the sudden loss of income. According to Bunny Mommy, she lost over $8000 from the United States alone. A lot of these artists were unable to pay rent or afford food. This is why it's essential to not spend it as it comes in and always save for a rainy day. You never know when you are going to suddenly not have an income coming in, whether it be for health reasons, getting fired, or having World War III kick off.
What I'm unclear about is how the sanctions, the ones Joe Biden said were ineffective, affected the popular Only Fans platform. First, the company released a statement stating that "while creators are not responsible for the recent attacks on Ukraine, due to worldwide financial restrictions we have very limited methods to pay Creator accounts linked to Russia and Belarus."
However, the next day, the company changed course stating: "We have been able to restore account activity for creators in all countries. Their accounts will have full functionalities as long as we continue to have payment methods to support them.” #WeMakeArtNotWar worked. Never underestimate the promise of hashtag. Just like Jen Psaki told us.
I'm sure I speak for the entire planet when I say I'm grateful the issue was able to resolve itself. No one ever thinks of the innocent victims of war. Remember, girls who sell themselves to lonely guys on the internet are people, too. No different than children wondering if their parents are going to ever come home again.
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