NHS worker turns to OnlyFans because she can’t afford to pay her bills

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An NHS health worker has launched herself on subscription site OnlyFans to make ends meet.

The East Yorkshire woman, who does not want to be identified because of the nature of her job, is advertising herself as @kkutiepie and says she doesn't have "any boundaries", Hull Live reports.

As well as being available for sending pictures and videos to men, the woman said she also wants to give sex tips to others who want to perk up their stale love lives.

She said: "All my life I have done things for others, as a wife, as a mum, and in my job. I constantly give my time and my help, and it's time for me now.

"People might think it's crazy, but this is about empowering myself as a woman and finally doing something for me, that I want to do.

"This is a real liberation for me, it's about taking control of my life and my independence and not being reliant on anyone else financially or emotionally.

"With this secret job, I can keep a roof over our heads and not be forced to ask anyone else for help or money."

With NHS workers getting a paltry pay rise this year, after their most challenging period in living history due to Covid, she says she had no option but to top up her earnings, and this fits in around work and looking after her kids.

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"I don't want to have to ask anyone for money and yet I don't make anywhere near enough money to pay for my house and bills on my NHS salary," she added.

"But I didn't want to be dependant on people, asking parents or friends for money. I want to live my life on my terms."

But aside from the financial benefits, she discovered it felt "liberating" to be able to explore a more imaginative and adventurous side of her personality, and she wants to help other women who may be bored or feel stuck.

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