I'm nothing if not a champion of working people. Someone who's willing to fight for the rights of honest, working class Americans in their struggles to make ends meet, pay their bills, and provide for their families. Please, do not call me "hero". That's your word for me. I just see myself as someone who seeks out injustice and volunteers as tribute to fight against it. Consider me Katniss Everdeen. The Mockingjerry.
Take for instance, the time I championed the cause of a dedicated mother of three who's children got expelled from private school due to pressure from judgy, holier-than-thou parents who resented her success entertaining her legion of fans:
And after I'd done my part to tell the story of Mrs. Poindexter and her fight for fairness, I was contacted by this caring, devoted mom who lives on the other side of the country, who's facing a similar plight:
DailyStar - Sara Blake Cheek used to run a hair salon but turned to the sexy subscription site during the coronavirus pandemic when hairdressers were shut down.
The 31-year-old, who lives in Florida with her husband and children, opened up to the Daily Star about her major career change.
Sara explained: “I started doing OnlyFans in June of 2020. Before OnlyFans I was a salon owner. …
“I started during the pandemic after becoming viral on TikTok and having my followers ask me if I had one. … When I started I was averaging $30,000 a month and it’s just gone up from there.”
Sara has used her massive earnings – which could equal more than $360,000 a year – to fund a stellar lifestyle for herself and her four children. …
However, as an OnlyFans model, Sara finds her family have been affected by her career – mostly because of judgemental fellow parents.
Sara, who goes by @SaraCheeky on TikTok, explained: “They’ve experienced the bad of it with their cheerleading and football league banning their mum from being there and kicking them off the team as well.
“But they also see the respect I get from people in the sports and entertainment industry.
“I would get judged by other parents if I wasn’t doing OnlyFans, I dress sexier than other mums, I didn’t sign the PTO dress code, and I never will.”
But, despite her children being young, and some people’s negative attitudes, Sara doesn’t hide who she is from her kids. …
"In order for them to understand we have opportunities to experience things because of what their mum does, I want them to be appreciative and understand it’s work."
If a mother-of-four will excuse my language, you're damned right it's work building a following the way you have, Sara Blake Cheek. And if you don't mind me butting into how you raise your children, I think it's only right to share with them how much you put into it. Kids should be taught to understand the value of hard work. So that they come to appreciate the things that have been provided for them. But also as an inspiration. To be able to say to them, "If you believe in yourself and work hard, you too can achieve your dreams." That is the very definition of being a role model.
Unlike those self-righteous Puritans who are jealous of Mrs. Cheek's sexiness and success and take it out on her children. I mean, how shameful is that? Youth sports are supposed to be all about the children. At least that's what we're always told. Well what kind of a hypocrite does one have to be to tell kids they can't compete, not because they violated some rule or play unfairly or start trouble, but merely because the other parents can't handle their mom's popularity?
What kind of example is that? What lesson does that teach these young people? That it's OK to discriminate on the basis of attractiveness? That if someone is better looking than you, you can simply make it so they can't participate in society with all the uggos? That if you feel like your spouse can't take their eyes off another parent that you get to take your insecurities out on that other person? Yeah, good luck, kids the rest of the way when you're taught at a young age that's how the world works.
So thank you, Sara … Mrs. Cheek, for reaching out to me. This is exactly the kind of unfairness we all need to denounce in the strongest possible terms. We should all support the rights of our OnlyFans community to spread happiness to their subscribers for $13.99 a month. Be inspired by a small business owner who found herself in a dire financial situation due to circumstances beyond her control pivoted to this career that not only helps others, but pays so well. To celebrate that a family didn't go into poverty, but instead watched their mom build an empire. And also to condemn those warped, twisted, self-righteous, Puritanical phonies who are trying to tear her down for it. Yours is a story I'm only too happy to tell.
If I was still involved in coaching youth sports, this family would be welcome on my team anytime. Godspeed.