So they say, who cares? After which, creators are then required to set up their page.
We should be ensuring that it's not happening, nor being promoted.
If someone who is a sex worker tweets the exact same type of photo, they get taken down.
Our industry, every industry — just to go back to Etsy because I happen to have mentioned it — what if you had someone performing a horrible criminal activity, like having undocumented people creating slave labor sewing, right? So they might have a certain user base that likes, maybe it's a certain look, maybe it's a certain hair color, maybe it's a certain body type or size or gender.
This past August, the social media platform OnlyFans, which has about 130 million users, announced that they would ban all videos featuring sexually explicit content.
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