Six-foot-tall family makes nearly $1 million PER MONTH selling 'fetish content' on OnlyFans
Marie Temara and her family make $800,000 a month on OnlyFans because of their height and she ditched her career in accountancy after realising she could make nearly 10x her salary on the adults-only subscription service.
Marie Temara and her family make $800,000 a month on OnlyFans because of their height.
The 29-year-old influencer stands at six foot two inches tall and has carved out a niche market on the adults-only subscription service and has even enlisted the help of her tall parents and brothers - all of whom stand at over six foot tall - to sell "fetish content" on the platform.
Marie told PA Real Life: “I think my parents might have felt a little weird towards it in the beginning, but we just do our own thing and they’re really happy about it – they don’t care what anyone thinks now they’re bringing in so much money.
"I post giantess fetish content, giantess is the word for a tall female, so my content is anything from being a big powerful, dominant female, that could be from humiliating guys, dominating guys.
I sent one picture recently where I was stepping down on something, and that’s a big thing.
“The giantess communities are all about being made to feel inferior to the woman!"
Marie gave up her career as an accountant after realising that she and her family made more in her first month on OnlyFans than she did in a year of her day job.
She said: "So I made my page about three months after I started going viral and I made just over 100,000 dollars in the first month of joining so I was like, ‘Okay, that’s more than I make in a year, so I kind of made a transition shortly after to mainly posting on there.’ It comes from subscribers, so there’s a paid subscription price. And then you can also pay to for extra videos or pictures throughout the app.
"It's pretty much X-rated content and giant fetish content.
“I know a lot of people have a negative mindset towards it, but it’s given me the freedom to live the life I want, financially, mentally, like anything else."