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"No! I am a Content creator"!

How America has somehow managed to whitewash and mainstream the porn industry

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So, I have to start by saying that if creating...ahem, "content" on OnlyFans is an acceptable profession now in 2023, then we all (collectively) owe an apology to all the O.G "Content creators" who paved the way for today's new crop of OnlyFans and Fansly entrepreneurs.

I'm talking about patriots like Ryan Conner, Cherokee, Sara Jay, and others. Thank you for your service.

With that being said, I think it's fascinating how far the "content" game has come. And trust me, it's not just about the size of the industry; it's about how America has somehow managed to whitewash and mainstream the porn industry in the most unexpected way.

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Let's talk numbers, shall we? The adult entertainment industry, or "content" industry, as it is euphemistically called these days, is colossal. In the good old days, it was primarily considered a taboo, hidden in the shady corners of society. But fast forward to today, and you'd be surprised to know that the porn industry is a multi-billion-dollar business. It's so big that you'd think it's the elephant in the room, but no one wants to talk about it. We're talking about an industry that makes Hollywood look like a small-time production house.

According to statistics, the global adult industry is estimated to be worth over $97 billion annually, with the United States being one of its largest contributors. Now, you might be wondering how an industry so massive could go unnoticed. Well, that's where the genius of rebranding comes in.

The porn industry, in all its glory, has managed to reinvent itself as "content creation." It's like a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat, only this time the rabbit is dressed in a suit, holding a camera, and has its own subscription-based platform. It's a mind-boggling transformation that has made porn more palatable to the masses.

Now, don't get me wrong, I'm all for embracing change and innovation, but let's call a spade a spade. These "content creators" are pioneers in their own right, but they come from a long line of adult film stars and entertainers who have been doing their thing long before OnlyFans became a household name. It's just that today, they've got better technology, better marketing, and a fancy digital platform to showcase their talents.

" I am a Content creator and the content is porn"

America, the land of the free and home of the brave, has managed to do the unthinkable—whitewash and mainstream an industry that was once a well-kept secret. It's as if the nation collectively decided that it's time to bring the "content" out into the open, packaged as empowerment and entrepreneurship. In a country that prides itself on freedom of speech and expression, it's almost poetic that the adult industry has found a way to embrace those ideals.

So, let's give credit where credit is due. These "content creators" are not just titillating our senses; they're challenging societal norms and taboos. They've turned a once-shadowy industry into a thriving, legitimate business. They've navigated the complexities of payment processors, fought censorship battles, and built their brand empires. They're entrepreneurs, digital marketers, and social media influencers. They've truly rebranded the industry in a way that deserves admiration.

In conclusion, while some may still raise an eyebrow at the mention of "content creators," it's clear that they've evolved the adult industry into a force to be reckoned with. With their humor, charm, and business savvy, these pioneers have shown us that change is inevitable, and it's up to us to adapt and redefine how we perceive "content." America has indeed whitewashed and mainstreamed the adult industry, making it more than just a guilty pleasure – it's now a part of our daily online lives, whether we choose to admit it or not. So, hats off to these unsung heroes who've turned the world of adult entertainment into an industry that's as American as apple pie.

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