Trisha Paytas defends their decision to use OnlyFans while pregnant following backlash
5 April 2022, 15:23 | Updated: 5 April 2022, 15:31
"Yasss making porn with your unborn child who cant consent to being sexually exploited you are such a slay girl boss the house."
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Trisha Paytas has defended themself after people said they shouldn't be creating OnlyFans content while pregnant.
The YouTuber is currently expecting their first child with husband Moses Hacmon and the baby is due in September. Before their pregnancy, Trisha created explicit content for their fans on OnlyFans, and now pregnant, Trisha has continued.
Last month, Trisha shared a topless photo of themself on Twitter to promote their OnlyFans page. In the image, Trisha is kneeling down in the grass and cupping their stomach while their hair just about covers their boobs.
While shocking to some, Trisha often shares semi-nude photos on their Twitter account. Earlier in March, Trisha shared two nude photos of themself and censored their chest with emojis. They then teased that the uncensored version would be available on their OnlyFans page for paying subscribers.
Trisha clearly knew the backlash their nude tweets would incite because they captioned their most recent one: "Cue incoming sex work shaming because I’m a mom comments… NEW CONTENT JUST POSTED. Full sets and videos."
People criticised Trisha for creating content for OnlyFans while pregnant.
Yasss making porn with your unborn child who cant consent to being sexually exploited you are such a slay girl boss the house— Ths Chaos King👑 (@mike_guli) March 26, 2022
Yet another beautiful memory to share with your unborn child. Maybe give it a break for 9 months, money isn't everything.— M M (@MM62850593) March 27, 2022
Terrible… you only think of yourself and income. And your baby when she/he is in school?!— divagina🌺 (@TashaHunnybunz) March 26, 2022
No one with half a brain is shaming you for being a sex worker while pregnant. The issue is that you’re SEXUALIZING your pregnancy.— mistressplague (@mistressplague2) March 26, 2022
Maybe separate your sex work from your unborn baby , for example not hold your stomach.— Kathy White (@KathyWh78910826) March 26, 2022
No ones shaming you for doing it as a mom, just that you’re exploiting your unborn baby already to promote your dutty kebab— ZoeClarkTattoo (@zoeclarktattoo) March 26, 2022
However, other sex workers defended Trisha and said they had also received hateful comments about their chosen career path too.
moms do it best… how do you think we for pregnant in the first place 😇— Annie 6 MONTHS FREE💦 (@iwantannietyler) March 26, 2022
Fuck ‘em! Make that chedda. 💰 🧀— Brett Rossi (@ImBrettRossi) March 26, 2022
You aren't the only one. Any time I comment to anyone on Twitter, or they check my profile, I get the "get a real job", "don't you have kids", "I bet your parents are so proud", etc. It's extremely frustrating— Christina (@christinaa_xoxo) March 26, 2022
it’s always my body my choice until sex work comes into the picture why…?— willow (@birdteeth0) March 26, 2022
Everyone hates on the sex worker and forgets that without an audience the genre wouldn't exist. And there's hella audience for such things. Supply and demand.— Traci Doherty (@DohertyTraci) March 26, 2022
This hasn't been the first time people have questioned Trisha's parenting skills, though. Trisha was forced to clap back at trolls who said they're not stable enough to be a mother because of their history of making problematic statements and self-diagnosing themself with mental health conditions.
In response, Trisha said: "I actually feel bad for these people. That's not me being patronising. These are people who actually hate their own lives and are probably going through something in their own lives. And how do I know this? Because I was that person for probably a decade on the internet. I hated and judged other people and criticised other people because I was so unhappy."