OnlyFans scraps plans to ban sexually explicit material

U-turn comes after resolution of issues with payment processors, says chief executive of user-generated adult content site

OnlyFans, the user-generated adult content site, is reversing course on plans to ban “sexually explicit” content after securing agreement with its payment processors, it has announced.

Last week, OnlyFans said it would ban adult material from 1 October, to the dismay of its users and creators, who argued that doing so risked driving such work underground.

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