Billie Beever 'can't understand' why men don't want to date her
OnlyFans star Billie Beever has declared she 'can't understand' why men don't want to date her because of her work in the adult entertainment industry - insisting sex workers are not 'filthy, grotty animals'
Billie Beever "can't understand" why men don't want to date her because of her work in the adult entertainment industry.
The OnlyFans star has expressed her thoughts on dating and sex work in an online video after getting a comment on social media from a follower who insisted potential dates will never want to marry her because of the saucy content she creates.
The follower posted on Billie's page: "You're a [write] off sorry hun, you chose to do that, men would never wife you but they will take you out, sleep with you, that's it."
Billie then addressed the issue in a video posted on her TikTok page, saying: "I'm not bashing men. I get it. They don't want to date someone who's had a past like me. But I don't understand it. I simply don't understand it because I've probably had sex with with the same or less amount of people that you have. The the only difference is that I've filmed it. That's the only difference. And I understand that guys don't want to be with someone where that is accessible and your friends can see it, your mates can see it. But that's the only difference."
She went on to insist most sex workers get regularly check-ups and the idea that they're "dirty" is just plain wrong.
Billie added: "It doesn't mean I'm more of a w****, more of a s***, more of a this or more of a that or I'm looser, or have STDs. In fact, sex workers actually get tested quite often. It's just so funny how we get so stigmatised into thinking that we're disgusting or we're dirty or we're filthy and we've had so many people in us. When thats' quite frankly not the case at all.
"Most of us are the complete opposite to that. And 99.9 per cent of sex workers get tested regularly if they're making regular and consistent contact with people. "
She concluded her video by declaring: "I'm not saying they should just leave my past and like and not worry about my past. I'm saying ... the things I've done in the past ... have made me who I am ... I still make content by myself ... I'm still in the adult industry ... I get why it affects you but I still don't really understand it.
"It's like me saying: 'You've slept with 200 women or 100 women and that's disgusting.' When I've slept with way less ... You guys all have this assumption that we're filthy, grotty animals ... I reckon more people who've had sex have not even been checked for an STD."