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A mum has made over £7,000 ($9,700) in four months from selling fetish content online.
Lucy Mitchell, a hairdresser from Bournemouth, Dorset, joined fetish platform MyFet, which is similar to OnlyFans.
Women get paid monthly by subscribing fans who have the option to pay extra for personalised content.
The 37-year-old mum of two said: "I haven't decided what I want to spend the money on.
"I'm just waiting to see how much I can make.
"I get a lot of special requests from my fans on the page.
"Quite a few of them have a duct tape fetish, so we have a lot of duct tape in the house now."
Lucy now has 121 paying subscribers, and makes content for all sorts of fetishes.
She said: "The numbers have just been growing and growing ever since I joined, so I'm excited to see where it takes me.
"A lot of the men say that their fetishes stem from watching shows like The Flintstones when they were kids and seeing Wilma tied up.
"The subscribers love to see photos of me tied up with tape, so Luke [her partner] has to help me set up the shots."
Meanwhile, stay-at-home mum Emma Louise joined the same site in April, and is bringing in around £100 ($140) a week.
The 31-year-old lives with her partner and two children and said: "I initially joined to give myself a confidence boost, as my epilepsy had dented it.
"Doing this has massively improved my self-esteem. I even have a stripper pole in the kitchen.
"I'm very open with the kids. They're my best friends and I don't hide anything from them."
She's hoping to expand her page in order to make her fetish work a full-time career.
Emma specialises in dominatrix content and already has 50 subscribers through putting in the odd hour here and there.
She said: "It's nice to be able to pitch in with the bills and provide for my family.
"The fetish content is something I can fit in around my day-to-day life.
"I don't think anyone should judge me for being a mum who makes fetish content. I work from home, which means I'm there for the kids whenever they need me.
"At the end of the day, it's a job and, as their mum, I will always make sure I'm there to provide for my kids."
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