The perception of an OnlyFans model, playboy model, or any woman who is sexy.
Just like anything, there are people who ruin things for others. That doesn’t mean everyone should be grouped into a category, but it does. When I decided to make ends meet for my family during Covid times, I turned to OnlyFans. I never thought it would be what it is today, but I didn’t do anything that wasn’t genuine to who I am. I am precisely who I am everyday in what I portray per my business model. And that means my love for sports, the passion behind the sport, the countless Saturday’s dedicated to watching games over taking my kids to the pumpkin patch in the fall with other moms is real. I follow recruiting, coaching, stats, and all the drama.
Doing OnlyFans doesn’t change that. It also doesn’t change the way I am as a mother. You can be a good mom and a sexy one at the same time. That doesn’t have to be shunned or grouped into a category of girls who aren’t respectful in what the media designates as appropriate.
I’m going to put this out there, my picking percentage for last year, was the best in the sports industry per SEC football picks. There are women who pretend to like sports for likes. These women wouldn’t be able to tell you one single player’s name on the team, where they are from, what high school they attended, what schools are recruiting them, or what position they play. This is what makes me different.
With that being said, it is my goal to make a difference in what an “OnlyFans model” is allowed to do in this world. If you don’t believe me, just watch. I will prove you wrong, I promise.