Men who watch porn & use OnlyFans have ‘worrying double standards’, sexpert says

MEN who watch porn and use sites like OnlyFans have "worrying double standards", a sexpert has claimed.

Nadia Bokody, from Sydney, said although blokes "make up the largest audience" on X-rated sites, they also "resent" the woman who they're paying to watch.

"The very audience driving its (OnlyFans') success is actually its biggest antagonist," she said, writing for news.com.au.

"While men make up the largest audience demographic in adult content spaces, there’s a jarring cognitive dissonance around their consumption of the work they resent women producing.

“And perhaps more concerning – an inability to fully humanise the women whose bodies they most desire access to.”

Despite OnlyFans' recent surge in popularity, Nadia believes the stigma around the women involved is increasing too.

And the very men following its most popular influencers on social media, and possibly even subscribing to their content, are the same ones who disrespect them and call them "slappers".

Nadia said: “Earlier this week, a woman sent me a screenshot of an Instagram story from a man she’d matched with on Tinder.

“It read, ‘there is nothing more comical, slapper-like or cheap than girls posting quotes, memes and/or stories saying they want, but can’t find, true love… Yet in their bio they have links straight to their OnlyFans and post sexually suggestive and explicit pics daily.'

"I clicked through to the man’s Instagram profile and was greeted with dozens of shirtless selfies flexing in front of various reflective surfaces and a 'following' list of lingerie models and female OnlyFans creators."

Nadia says the only thing "more painfully lacking" than his self-awareness was a photo where he wasn't topless.

Sound familiar? According to Nadia, blokes like this are all over dating sites – dismissing women who might monetise from OnlyFans.

She's seen several comments like: “Not looking for a girl who sells photos of her body” and “If you have an OnlyFans, swipe left. I’m not interested in women who don’t respect themselves”.

But Nadia argues the issue isn't a lack of self-respect, but a hypocritical lack of respect from these men.

Nadia previously revealed the gross habit men need to stop ‘immediately’ and it brings a whole new meaning to ‘toxic masculinity’.

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