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What do Uber and OnlyFans have in common? Did  camgirilng really originate from a 24 hour live stream of a Trojan coffee pot? And fellas, is it cheating to have an OnlyFans subscription AND a wife? These burning questions (and more) will be answered in this episode, where Hannah and Maia discuss the multivalent world of OnlyFans and the ways it transformed sex work, for better or for worse. It may have been a saving grace for out-of-work people during the pandemic, but is OF a hero of the gig economy, or an agent of it? Tangents include: Twitch’s great grandfather,; the high culture-ification of fast food; and Maia using the term “-ification” till she gets woman’d right off the internet.  Get a whole month of great cinema FREE: Support us on Patreon and get juicy bonus content: ⁠⁠ Intro and outro song by our talented friend Ian Mills: ⁠ SOURCES: Feona Attwood, “Through the Looking Glass? Sexual Agency and Subjectification Online” in New Femininities: Postfeminism, Neoliberalism, and Subjectivity (2011). Steve Baldwin, “Forgotten Web Celebrities:'s Jennifer Ringley” Ghost Sites of the Web (2004). Marta Biino and Madeline Berg, “The secret of OnlyFans: It's much more than porn” Business Insider (2024). Samantha Cole, How Sex Changed the Internet and the Internet Changed Sex: A History, Workman Publishing Company (2022). Charlotte Colombo, “The history of OnlyFans: how the controversial platform found success and changed online sex work” Business Insider (2021). Gwyn Easterbrook-Smith, “Onlyfans as Gig-Economy Work: A nexus of precarity and stigma” Porn Studies, Taylor & Francis (2023). Stacey Diane Arañez Litam, Megan Speciale and Richard S. Balkin, “Sexual Attitudes and Characteristics of OnlyFans Users” Archives of Sexual Behavior (2022). Sophie Sanchez, “The World’s Oldest Profession Gets a Makeover: Sex Work, OnlyFans, and Celebrity Participation”, Women Leading Change, vol 6 (1) (2022).