OnlyFans shares its new policy banning sexually explicit content

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On Thursday the video and image sharing site OnlyFans announced plans to ban “sexually-explicit content” starting October 1st. While we’re still not sure exactly why it’s changing so drastically, it just sent out an updated Terms of Service policy to the creators who’ve built the site detailing exactly what won’t be allowed going forward.

Comparing the new OnlyFans Acceptable Use Policy to the old one makes the additions clear:

Do not upload, post, display, or publish Content on OnlyFans that:

Shows, promotes, advertises or refers to “sexually explicit conduct”, which means:
actual or simulated sexual intercourse, including genital-genital, oral-genital, anal-genital, or oral-anal, between persons of any sex;
actual or simulated…

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