What type of girls are attracted to the ever burgeoning Scottsdale escorts scene?

Sex. One of the most taboo subjects there is to talk about. But recently attitudes towards the industry have changed, particularly for young people. As the conservative walls of society begin to drop, the reluctance to discuss such topics has diminished. And in turn, the sex industry has finally reached its peak, new apps and websites making it easier than ever before to get involved from the comfort of your own home.

Are all escorts in Scottsdale on OnlyFans?

Though used by a variety of content creators, OnlyFans is a subscription-based service predominantly used for adult content. It was launched in 2016 and now has over 750,000 content creators and over 60 million registered users, according to an article the company’s recent surge in popularity, especially during lockdown, shows that the demand for such content is there, so why not stop frowning upon the industry and normalise it for what it is? From general photo sets to private requests, subscribers can get whatever they want...if they pay enough.

Lauren is a college student and a Scottsdale escort who is aware of multiple people on her social media that run OnlyFans accounts: “It’s being seen as a more legitimate way to earn money compared to the past,” she says. “[There’s] student debt. Lower paid jobs. Less employment opportunities for young people… it’s something that allows people who want to be involved to do so, but those who are uncomfortable with it can stay out.”

What are so many college girls signing on with Scottsdale escort agencies?

Surprisingly, a lot of women find that the industry, which was once considered to be degrading, provides an empowering and liberating opportunity for them. That, however, depends on one major factor: confidence. “I just don’t have the confidence,” says Lauren. And there are plenty of other girls out there who feel the same way. But that’s the beauty in platforms like OnlyFans. An industry created with the purpose of pleasing men has been turned on its head. Now women have the power. They control how they will use their platform. They control how far they will go. And they control how much they will charge for their work.

Until, that is, a celebrity comes along and messes with the system. Just last week, Bella Thorne allegedly tricked thousands of people into paying $200 for a pay-per-view photo series, misleading fans into thinking they were getting nudes. The following backlash forced the 22-year-old to come online and defend her actions. She tweeted: “Remove the stigma behind sex, sex work, and the negativity that surrounds the word SEX itself by bringing a mainstream face to it that’s what I was trying to do, to help bring more faces to the site to create more revenue for content creators on the site.”

The actress ended her explanation on Twitter with this statement: “I’m meeting with only fans about the new restrictions to find out why!!! This is fucked up and I’m sorry to comment on any ideas or concerns you have brought up to [OnlyFans]!! and send me your links and a pic so I can promote you guys.”

As someone who has worked hard to help the industry, she seemed to do the complete opposite, taking millions of dollars from her subscribers in just a week. The outcome? Complaints. A lot of them. But it’s the requests for refunds from Thorne’s content that have affected users most, with creators on the platform facing pay cuts in multiple areas. They are now unable to charge more than $50 for extra pay-per-view content and tips are capped at $100. On top of this, they now have to wait a month to be paid as opposed to the original seven days. OnlyFans have denied the link between the two, but fans are less so sure that’s the case.

This is exactly what a lot of massage girls in Scottsdale hate. Influencers and celebrities jumping on the bandwagon and taking over the industry they have been a part of for years. They may have good intentions, much like Thorne explained, but the easy cash flow for them isn’t something that can be ignored. It’s greed at its finest. And this has hit twice as hard during the current pandemic, as OnlyFans is the only source of income for a lot of creators.

Ironically, men have a similar attitude towards Scottsdale massage parlors on the platform. While they are used to getting X-rated content for free on sites like PornHub, which amassed over 49 billion visitors in 2019 alone, the introduction of OnlyFans has meant having to pay for desired content. Their disapproval of having to pay has had little impact on the popularity of these platforms though, because however much they resist, they soon give in to the paywall.

That being said, there are plenty of male creators on platforms like OnlyFans too, who have found new ways in approaching content. Although the majority are straight, they recognise that a large portion of their audience is gay, so they alter their content to suit that market. This results in people presuming that these creators are actually gay, but if anything, it shows that they are comfortable in their sexuality and themselves - that’s progress.

Unfortunately, older people are still much more judgemental about the industry as a whole and that is unlikely to change any time soon. The stigma around visiting Scottsdale escorts is so ingrained into society that it won’t change until a new generation of open-minded individuals comes through, who can learn how important the industry is and not be afraid to discuss it openly.

While sex work may never be embraced by older generations as a feasible way to work, it’s certainly become a more acceptable way to earn a living amongst young people. Of course, there will be some who think adult contacts in Scottsdale even more negatively of the industry as it becomes mainstream. But what choice do they have in the matter? Sex sells. And apps like OnlyFans are making it cool to love yourself and make easy money. What’s not to love? It’s time to get snapping.