Nineteen-year-old Leonardo Hathaway, who lives with his mother in London, is fully supportive of her racy career choice.
However, Lucene Duarte’s son wasn’t totally altruistic in this online endeavor. He also wanted her to become an OnlyFans model so he could have some more spending money.
Before becoming an OnlyFans model, Lucene Duarte posed for magazines such as Playboy Portugal and Australia’s FHM.
Lucene has previously been featured in men’s magazines such as Playboy Portugal and Australia’s FHM and she also won the Miss Bumbum World contest in 2019.
“We have an incredible relationship between mother and child. I have to support her choices, just as she supports mine,” Lucene Duarte’s son said of his support for her naked modeling for OnlyFans and men’s magazines.
“When asked if I support her, I always ask back: ‘Why shouldn’t I?’”
Lucene Duarte’s son said that he launched the OnlyFans account for her to help further her nude modeling career, the Daily Star reports.
What could it hurt if he took a cut of the cash for himself, he figured.
Many would cringe at the thought of their parents taking sexy selfies and posting them online. But Leonardo Hathaway, who is based in London, is supportive of his mum’s glamour modelling career.
OnlyFans allows models such as Lucene Duarte to charge a subscription fee for followers to access their sexually explicit content.
By modeling for OnlyFans, Lucene Duarte is riding a wave that swelled to unimaginable heights due to COVID-19–related lockdowns.
As women have lost employment, many have turned to the site to make extra money that cooped up strangers have been all too willing to provide.
The Financial Times reports that use of OnlyFans has hit the mainstream, with rappers such as Cardi B and Bhad Bhabie uploading content.
OnlyFans is rapidly becoming mainstream in the music and influencer industries, with rappers Cardi B and Bhad Bhabie uploading content and Madonna last month telling Instagram followers she was considering streaming a concert on the platform. But critics say the site compels more people to consider sex work.
“We’re really proud of how OnlyFans welcomes all content creators and has from day one,” Tim Stokely, founder and chief executive of OnlyFans told the Financial Times, promoting the idea that the site empowers models such as Lucene Duarte to take their careers into their own hands.
LADBible recently did a deep dive into the question of why men pay for content on OnlyFans.
A recent subreddit addressed this question and provided some surprising answers.
“I want to support my wife and help her algorithm,” said one man.
Another said: “I knew the girl, I had a crush on her in High School,” which makes sense. However, a third person went into a bit more detail, adding: “I subbed for one month for two separate girls I’ve personally known, and it was to satisfy the curiosity that has been there since high school of what lies under that cute girl’s clothes.”