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November 20, 2021

Fat-shaming Trolls Abuse Woman Who Makes £5,000 a Month on OnlyFans

A glamour model who makes approximately £5,000 a month on OnlyFans has said that she is proud to represent “normal girls.”

Alaw Haf, 24, is a law graduate from Mold, Wales, who makes money by posting intimate pictures on adult websites OnlyFans and AdmireMe.

In an interview with North Wales Online, she discussed some of the abuse she receives every day because of her body type.

People always say things like ‘she’s not worth it’ or ‘she’s not even that fit’ based on her looks.”

As you can see, I’m not skinny. I always get comments about my weight.

I had to ban certain words on TikTok because of hate-related to my weight, and I deleted all Instagram requests because I don’t even open the messages anymore as these all are bitterness to me.

“When you put a link in your bio, people judge you straight away. They judge you based on that.”

As a result of online hate, she built a thick skin but said she had not always handled it well.

“At one point, I got obsessed with comments, so if I appeared in a TV show or newspaper article, I would read what people were saying, but it got to the point where I was upset.

People don’t want to see the dark side- the leaks, the trolling, and the internet hatred. It is not quick or easy money.

Despite graduating from Liverpool University with a law degree, Alas turned to underwear modelling and now earns £5,000 a month on adult sites.

The actress spoke about the glamour industry’s ups and downs in the BBC Three documentary Young, Welsh and Bossin’ It earlier this year.

Although she had plenty of opportunities to follow a more traditional career path, she chose the career she is and is proud to be running her own business.

“People ask ‘couldn’t you get a job?’ but they forget that I chose it.

“I’m pretty fortunate because I chose to work in the sex industry, but many others are forced into it.

“I’m just like any other self-employed person. I never judge others based on what they do for a living as long as it’s legal and it doesn’t hurt anyone.”

Alaw says she has become comfortable with her body despite the intense online abuse she received.

“I’m just a normal girl doing something a bit different. I’m not skinny,” she said.

As for abs in the gym, I prefer kebabs. I think I am just not cut out for it, and I am learning to accept that.

As you compare yourself constantly on social media, you learn to embrace the fact that you’re not perfect.”

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