Woman in top 0.4% OnlyFans asks subscribers if she should give man her number after being approached in club
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A woman who is in the top 0.4 percent of OnlyFans models asked her fans whether or not she should give her number to a guy she met in a club.
But rather than just posting risqué photos on the site, she actually allows her fans to decide everything she does. Pretty bold to put your life in the hands of a bunch of strangers.
Unsurprisingly, it's proven very popular on the site, and the 23-year-old is raking it in.
Laurie recently asked her followers a big question while on a night out.
In a post to her Telegram chat, she explained that some guy had asked for her number. So, as she usually does, she put it out to a vote.
And, as you'd expect, the answer was a resounding no, with 70 percent of her fans telling her to ditch him.
I mean, there was only ever going to be one answer, wasn't there?
But while this is a pretty harmless example of the kinds of decisions she allows other people to make for her, there's good reason why we're taught not to trust strangers, so Laurie obviously has a few guidelines in place.
Speaking to LADbible recently about her venture, she said: "I will not accept a poll which could put me in danger, harm someone, or be hateful.
"I have no regrets, I don't know yet where this experience will lead. I'll leave it up to the fans to choose the next polls. I'm excited to see where it all goes.
"The poll online right now is whether I should give $100 (£86) to a fan."
Laurie's subscribers are also able to message her directly, and she said this was a big motivation behind the concept - a mutual sharing of lives.
"I know it's hard to really create meaningful relationships through social media," she said.
"I do my best to communicate my energy and positivity through my posts. And even if it's not possible to change how social media works, I try to create on my own scale - an OnlyFans account where people really matter.
"I'm not trying to change the world. I'm not even trying to fight a social battle.
"I'm just trying to create a small community of people willing to share their lives with me. And talk with me."
Adding: I understand that some people can't understand that. And I don't want to try to convince them. What really matters to me is that the subscribers on my account are happy."