From Subway Employee to 19-Year-Old Homeowner: How OnlyFans Helped Me Monetize Male Attention

A WOMAN has revealed how she went from working in Subway to becoming a house owner at 19 after joining OnlyFans.

Jasmin, form Auckland, New Zealand, made the job swap after being heckled with inappropriate comments while working at the fast-food restaurant as a teen.

She said the comments would mostly come from men as she carried out her shifts behind the sandwich counter.

“I was just working, you know? I was doing my job, and I wasn’t paid any extra money for being treated like that,” Jasmin told VICE.

The content creator then made the move to the adult entertainment industry as this allowed her to “take the power back” and reject unwanted male objectification.

“At the end of the day you’re in a man’s world and you’re always going to be harᴀssed, objectified, or Sєxualised no matter what you do. So you might as well profit off of it and monetise it when you can,” she said.

Jasmin admitted that she has always found the flexibility and freedom of using her Sєxuality to make money attractive, so this was a career move she was ready to make.

Now, the 20-year-old is one of the biggest OnlyFans creators on the platform and the owner of an adult entertainment agency called Thumper.

After signing up on a whim to make some extra cash, Jasmin made a mega £1,000 in her first month on the platform.

“It was a spontaneous decision,” she said, “I didn’t really think anything of it. I just made an account and announced it on my personal Instagram and Facebook pages.

“I was using a crappy phone and the content was pretty low quality and I didn’t know what I was doing but it ended up blowing up”.

The woman, who claims to be a millionaire, was then able to buy her first house at 19-years-old, after the cash came pouring in.

“I love my designer splurges every now and again but I give a lot of the money to my mum. As for the rest – well, I bought a house because I didn’t know what else to do with it,” she said.

Jasmin now has over 2.5million followers across her social media channels as her career move also caused her influencer status to blossom.

But she admits that working as an OnlyFans creator is not as simple as it seems.

The Aussie woman said the job takes a lot of time, skill and effort to produce the level of content that brings in the cash.

“It’s a decision you have to make because you can’t take it back. You either go hard or go home,” she said.

Jasmin revealed that over half of her entire income comes form the direct message feature on OnlyFans that also allows for tipping.

She said that her inbox can be flooded with over 100 messages a day but the engagement on a “personal level” is what keeps her fans coming back for more.

The 20-year-old also teams up with other creators in the area to film clips for her platform and said OnlyFans “feels safer to work for than a dodgy company where you’re a cog in a machine you have little control over”.

The business owner now spends her days shooting content for her OnlyFans page and runs her side business.

Thumper is an ethical adult entertainment production company and agency which she has called a “national first as it aims to remove the male gaze” that she believes is often the main focal point of porn.