Over half of OnlyFans models ‘have filmed sex scenes at Airbnbs’, claims study

A new study claims over half of OnlyFans models film sexy scenes at Airbnbs.

XFansHub surveyed 1,000 raunchy models who sell X-rated content online to paying subscribers.

The respondents were from all around the world – but mostly the UK, USA and Australia.

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XFansHub – an OnlyFans search engine – asked adult stars about their filming locations and discovered many preferred to use Airbnb.

Over half – a massive 61% – said they had previously shot adult content in a rental property.

This is despite the holiday rental company having a strict no sex work policy in its terms and conditions.

Sex work – including all commercial sex work – is listed in the “illegal and prohibited” section on Airbnb’s website.

Its rules state: “A stay, experience or its surrounding property should not be used for paid sexual services, such as erotic massages or prostitution.”

Anyone who is caught filming commercial sex work on site could have action taken against them by Airbnb.

However, the survey found 31% of those OnlyFans creators asked continued to shoot adult content at Airbnbs on a regular bases.

While 93% added they did not mention or ask permission from the Airbnb host about shooting content on-site.

Some 7% said they did ask permission but admitted they had a connection to the owners of the property in some way.

It’s important to note there are more than 1.2million OnlyFans creators in the world and so the survey only asked a small pool of workers.

One of the main reasons OnlyFans models chose Airbnb – or other rental properties such as cottages or hotels – was privacy and discretion.

However, the positives likely outweighs the negatives.

XFansHub did warn creators stating: “Shooting at an Airbnb could potentially have a negative impact on the local community.

“For example, a shoot may disrupt the neighbourhood, or cause damage to the property.

“It’s important to consider the potential impact on the community and to be respectful of the neighbours when planning a shoot at an Airbnb location.”

It continued: “Shooting at an Airbnb could potentially conflict with the platform’s terms of service.

“Airbnb’s terms of service prohibit 'commercial uses' of the platform, which includes shooting films, videos, or taking professional photographs at an Airbnb listing.

“It’s important to be aware of this and to be upfront with the host about the purpose of the rental.

“Shooting Onlyfans content at Airbnbs is not something we recommend or endorse here at XFansHub. It’s a violation of their terms and services!

“We must stress it can have legal consequences.”

Airbnb declined to comment.


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