Matthew Mitcham recently opened up about why he decided to start an OnlyFans, which is ultimately for him to encourage sex-positivity.
“The world isn’t sex-positive as it ought to be, in my opinion. Celebration of the body. I think it’s a beautiful thing,” the 35-year-old retired Australian diver and trampolinist told Outsports.
Mitcham has already landed a spot on the top .86 percentile of creators in just less than a month on OnlyFans. Not to mention, he gets inspiration from his husband, Luke Rutherford, who is also a top performer on the platform.
“All of my pictures that kind of push the envelope a little bit — everybody is thirsty — those are the ones that get the most play,” the first openly gay Olympic gold medalist shared.
Working in mainstream media, Mitcham worried for the longest time that there’s a line he couldn’t cross. And now that he has gained a newfound physical freedom, the Olympic icon revealed that he is even open to doing “full-frontal nudity.”
“Even full-frontal nudity, I’m pretty open to, if I can defend it in the name of art, I think that is defensible. That’s the kind of person that I am. I’m a creative, artistic person, and I like to celebrate the body,” he expressed.
However, Mitcham admitted that he has to thread along some boundaries, stating:
“I have to play by those rules, and maybe push it as far as I can push it without damaging my own career.”
Sources: outsports.com, en.wikipedia.org
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I want to make a gay 3 way sandwich between those two 😛