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January 29, 2024

Donna D’Errico On OnlyFans: ‘I Don’t Do Porn’


The OnlyFans community has given Donna D’Errico greater confidence than she’s ever had. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at her upcoming PETA campaign, the “Baywatch” actress stripped down to her nudity.

Although D’Errico is at peace with her Internet fame, she admits her priest may disapprove of what she is doing on the adult subscription-based website.

While working on OnlyFans, she has felt a tinge of conflict with her beliefs. D’Errico admits that there is a little bit of conflict, but clearly, he isn’t doing anything. The only thing I’m doing is having fun. I’m not harming anyone. I’m not doing porn, sleeping around, or doing anything with anyone at all.

When I asked my priest, ‘Is it okay if I do this?’ He would reply, ‘Ya, it’s not okay.’ But I’ve found my peace. Women are capable of being all of these things. “You are not limited to being the OnlyFans girl or the elegant, classy girl who dresses demurely. You can do it all.”

She continues, “I like to do simple things; I like being sexy. I like to be naked and walk around my house naked, but I also like to dress up elegantly. All women can do that if they want to.”

“A priest would tell me that it is not okay for me to do this. But I have found my peace. Women can be all of the above.”

Her work on the popular adult site previously clarified one major misunderstanding.

“In December, I spoke to New Channel about the widespread misconception that every female and male on OnlyFans performs pornography. It’s becoming apparent that people are starting to recognize that now. Now that there are so many celebrities on it, I know people associate OnlyFans with porn, and I know that that was the primary activity there for a long time.” “OnlyFans isn’t a guarantee you’re doing it just because you’re on it.”

Since she joined OnlyFans last year, D’Errico has built an extremely lucrative business and attracted “tens of thousands of online boyfriends.” What’s more, she feels confident about herself.

“D’Errico explains that unlike Instagram and some other social media where there is a lot of censorship, bullying, and censorship, on OnlyFans, there’s not any of that,” she said. “My nude self is much more comfortable around people now than it was before.”

She decided to go nude for her upcoming PETA campaign because she felt comfortable being naked – except for a double-sided gold Saint Benedict Pendant necklace from Saint by Ira Dewitt.

The concept of wearing your skin encompasses more than just not wanting to wear fur. It also includes anti-down, as clothing is filled with it. D’Errico said it contained everything derived from animals that we wear as clothing.

“My goal was to go beyond just using an animal element.” “I’m more comfortable around people naked now than I was before.”

Since D’Errico tries to live a vegan lifestyle and uses Gaia Leon cactus-leather handbags, she opted against wearing the typical nude covers offered to models in photo campaigns.

The crew offered me a nude-coloured pasty and a nude thong because the crew was around. I said, “I’m okay with my naked body.”

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