Last week, OnlyFans announced that they will block pornography on October 1. After the creators expressed their views on the matter, the company announced on Wednesday that they had suspended the policy change after obtaining the “guarantee” required to “support” the diverse creator community.
On Wednesday, the platform announced its decision to use Twitter and Say, “Thank you for your voice. We have obtained the guarantees needed to support the diverse creator community and have suspended the planned policy changes on October 1. OnlyFans stands for inclusiveness, and we will continue to provide all creators A home.”
Last week, it was Announce OnlyFans will go through the platform and block any content they consider pornographic. The new policy was originally scheduled to take effect on October 1. They initially said: “In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of our platform and continue to have an inclusive community of creators and fans, we must improve our content guidelines.”
Prior to this, the company announced that they were looking for funding to get rid of adult content.
After the first announcement of the new policy, users like Tyga deleted their accounts from OnlyFans. However, Tyga took this opportunity to launch its own platform. After that, he announced his new project “Myystar”, which will be launched in October, and in the same month OnlyFans initially planned to start blocking pornographic content.
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