A woman claims God told her to give up her teaching career to start making money posting racy pictures on OnlyFans.
Christian woman Courtney Tillia once worked as a teacher in a catholic school. However, she claims God told her to change her career for something a little sexier.
Tillia from Los Angeles claims she didn’t know what her “life’s purpose was or how (she) was meant to help others.”
However, she soon felt that she was receiving a message from God, to help liberate women from “sexual shame”.
She told the Daily Star: “God’s message has been abundantly clear: I’m here to be a pornstar. This is my way of serving.”
The adult entertainment star, who has over 18K subscribers, claims to be making a monthly salary of between $20,000 (£14,500) and $100,000 (£72,900).
She believes sex work is “unified with God” and describes the content she creates for OnlyFans as “holy”.
She went on: “I’m showing others that pleasure and our sexual expression – even in porn and sex work – aren’t meant to contradict God or exist separately from God. They are unified with God and holy.”
“I’m living my life as an example of being fully out in the open and unapologetically expressed: not against God, but completely with God.”
Tillia claims to feel more connected to God and her religion than ever.
She said: “I don’t need an organisation or institution to tell me who God is or how to go about my relationship with God.”
What does the Bible say about sex work? The Christian holy book does seem to be unequivocal on the matter.
Proverbs 23:27-28 says: “For a prostitute is a deep pit and a wayward wife is a narrow well. Like a bandit, she lies in wait, and multiplies the unfaithful among men.”
Tillia is one of the many women to make money selling racy content online. A 29-year-old hairstylist left her job after discovering that she could rake in mammoth sums of money by stripping on camera for strangers while she’s out running errands in her car.
She quit her job as a hairdresser and now earns more than $93k by interacting with users from public spaces like supermarkets.
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