Ohio State University appears to be endorsing the practice of young students starting OnlyFans accounts, at least based on one of the programs that will take place this Saturday during “Sex Week.”
The university, -which takes federal funds- gave the greenlight on a panel that appears to encourage college-aged students to pursue a career in sex work.
“Starting an OnlyFans? Join us for a panel with OnlyFans content creators to discuss their experiences and destigmatizing digital sex work. ‘On that Demon Time, she might start an OnlyFans (OnlyFans) Big B and that B stands for bands’…cue Megan Thee Stallion & Beyoncé,” a description for the panel read.
According to OSU’s website, the panel is part of Sex Week, which was organized by OSU’s Student Advocates for Sexual Health Awareness.
Honestly, this is great. Im not sure why anyone would give the first shit or fuck if adults willingly and wantingly show their own bodies on the internet. The best part about our private parts is that we can make them as public as we want to as long as other people consent to see them. It's as simple as that. I have never really understood the government's right to legislate sex work. If you make it legal, people don't get drawn into horrible situations nearly as often. It seems to make too much sense. Weed and sex work should be legal everywhere.
Good for Ohio State's student union for hosting this type of conversation. After all, people use their bodies for work all the time. Construction. Sports. Military. Dancers. Plumbers. Basically, any blue-collar workers out there use their bodies to make a buck. If you can make a shit ton of bucks, which lots of these women do, and you wanna do all kinds of butt stuff or whatever on camera, far be it from me to get in the way of your webcam.
Sell your panties. Sell your feet pics. Sell discounted streams and videos of you doing whatever the hell you want to. It's your body and each person is entitled to their own sexual proclivities as far as I'm concerned but I aint gonna spend any more time on it because, in the meantime, every 90 days a person in North Queensland is torn to pieces by a crocodile.