OnlyFans model Eva Wild says she’s earning tens of thousands a month after quitting her job as a teacher to make a new living as an X-rated sex tutor.
According to The Sun, OnlyFans model Eva Wild, 43 and from Texas, initially only worked on the site as a part-time gig, selling raunchy photos and videos, while also working as an educator.
“I was timid in my early pictures. I didn’t show my face. I was too worried someone would recognize me,” she said.
“Once I started getting myself all done up, putting on sexy lingerie, and taking pictures of myself, it was like something inside of me woke up.”
Now she makes up to $15,000 every month coaching 75 models how to promote themselves and gain subscribers for up to $1,000 each, all while still supporting her two kids.
OnlyFans model Eva Wild said she made as little as $50 in her first month just starting out on the raunchy subscription site, but her earnings quickly grew. The Daily Star reported she’s now making up to $15,000 a month.
“I was still teaching at the time, so I tried to be cautious about where I promoted myself and not showing my face.”
She said the job was also affirming for her marriage and relationship with her husband.
“I was feeling more attractive, and I was feeling proud of myself for what I’d managed to accomplish. My husband also seemed to be seeing me differently. There was a new found respect and admiration that I hadn’t really felt from him before,” she noted.
She was Nita’s first coaching client and is currently in the top 0.8% of OnlyFans creators – making a whopping $14-15,000 (£10-11,000) dollars each month.
OnlyFans star Eva Wild now says she even earns money coaching other models like her for $1,000 a month.
“As wife and mom with a full-time career, I had really lost touch with myself. My life seemed to be about everyone, except me. It has been so incredibly rewarding getting to integrate my love of teaching, with this new career,” she said.
“It has changed my life for the better in every way. It’s my goal to encourage and empower women to find their happiness, even if it’s in an unconventional way.”
“I do find it a little funny that I went from being a school teacher, to working in the adult entertainment industry, and that I found my real happiness there,” Wild said, noting she is still a “teacher at heart.”
“It [OnlyFans] does have a bad reputation, but I feel like it’s almost changing with how everyone is starting to use it for different things, other than what it was perceived to be as. I feel like people’s perspectives are kind of changing on it and it’s not as bad as when it first came out,”
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