An OnlyFans model has said she ‘rarely’ wears deodorant because she prefers her natural smell and reckons more people should ‘embrace their natural odour’.
With the mercury rising this week, most of us will be reaching for the antiperspirant even more frequently than usual, but model Fenella Fox, from Worcester, won’t be one of them.
The model says that since growing out her armpit hair five years ago, she’s pretty much ditched deodorant and now urges others to do the same.
Fox, who believes that our natural smell can be altered by what we eat and drink, says convention perfumes and body sprays don’t smell very good to her.
Twenty-eight-year-old Fox said: "I love the natural smell of my armpits and rarely ever wear deodorant. I believe our diet and lifestyle plays a huge part in how we naturally smell.
"I wish more people would learn to embrace their natural odour instead of masking it with unnatural scents.
"A lot of perfume and deodorants just smell unattractive to me. I'm just looking forward to using the heatwave to make sweaty content for my fans."
Fox first stopped shaving her pits in 2017 in protest against men's expectations, but has since managed to turn it into a money spinner, creating content for her subscribers.
The model has racked in a whopping £300,000 in two-years on the streaming platform, and with temperatures hitting record-breaking levels this week, Fox reckons she may be able to pull in some extra cash.
She said: "A lot of my fans love the idea of my armpit hair being long and sweaty.
"They just love seeing me sweat and that's how I plan to spend the week. I also find it very attractive when people are sweating at the gym.
"Men tell me they love seeing sweat on a woman and they love licking and tasting fresh sweat.
"I think a lot of my fans would be annoyed at me if I removed my armpit hair."
To find out how others felt, Fox took to her Twitter account to launch a poll asking people if they had a ‘sweat fetish’.
And of the 500 responses, almost 40 percent said they did, while an additional 18 percent opted for ‘maybe/not sure’ - given that those who took part in the poll are likely to be followers of Fox, we can’t necessarily assume these results are applicable to the wider population, but it’s a pretty interesting outcome either way.
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