Is OnlyFans ruining your love life? Half of adult ‘content creators’ admit to having difficulty dating or divorcing their partner because of their job
The creators of OnlyFans find dating very challenging and say their work has a huge impact on their personal lives, according to a new survey from XF hub.
The survey of more than 500 adult content creators found that nearly half admit their careers are negatively impacting their love lives.
Forty-seven percent said dating was “challenging” as an OnlyFans artist, and 42 percent said a “relationship ended” when they told their partner about their job.
Thirty-one percent said they experience jealousy from their partners because of their financial income on OnlyFans.
The survey also found that 46 percent of creators say their spirited busyness “gets in the way of maintaining a healthy relationship.”
The creators of OnlyFans find dating very challenging and say their work has a huge impact on their personal lives, according to a new survey from XF Hub. (Pictured: Hayley Vernon)
Hayley Vernon, a former MAFS bride, OnlyFans performer, and high-class escort, has earned a whopping $1.3 million as an adult entertainer.
She previously revealed that she dated two men after her appearance on Married At First Sight, but admitted that it could be difficult.
“While I’ve been through a bit of shit, I just bought my first house when I was 36 and my life has changed a lot,” she told Yahoo.
Angela White (pictured), a highly decorated veteran of the porn industry and huge star on OnlyFans, once spoke about the personal difficulties her job entails
“I was able to help my family, I was able to invest money in my parents’ businesses when they were struggling and other things.
“I’m actually living my best life, and I love it, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”
Angela White, a highly decorated veteran of the porn industry and huge star on OnlyFans, once spoke about the personal difficulties that come with her job.
‘The people I attract are generally very open-minded. In my relationships I’m very clear and open about my job, so if it’s something that will make someone feel uncomfortable then I’m probably not the best person yet,” she said.
When comparing on-screen sex to partnered sex, Angela said the obvious difference is that there are “no lights or cameras” with sex at home.
“I would say there’s more kinship with sex at home because I’m not required to open up to a camera or get the best angles like I would in porn,” she said, adding, “There’s a lot increased skin contact with the skin; it’s much more intimate.’
Renee Gracie (pictured) is a huge star on OnlyFans, but also has a steady boyfriend