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What Women’s Equality Day Means To OnlyFans Creators

Today is Women’s Equality Day! It’s a day that celebrates the adoption of the 19th Amendment in the USA in 1920. This is an act that was put in place to stop states from preventing people from having the right to vote on the basis of their sex. With the right to vote, women can take part in politics and influence change in society – so this is a special time to highlight this. So, what does Women’s Equality Day mean to the creators on OnlyFans? Well, let’s find out.

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Speaking about the importance of women’s equality, Holiday Sidewinder says:

“Financial feminism is the only language that patriarchal capitalism can hear. Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, except backwards and in heels and probably for half the pay packet. That sums it up for me. Until we see equal pay for equal work across all industries (a really basic and obvious thing), our work in dismantling the patriarchy, misogyny and sexism is not even close to done. Recognizing and illuminating double standards through my work brings me great pleasure.”

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Rockin’ Rach is a content creator, musician, mental health advocate, broadcaster and voiceover artist. She’s determined to use her online platform on OnlyFans to do good, bring positivity and raise awareness on the topic of mental health by sharing her personal experiences with her audience.

Talking about the importance of women’s equality, Rockin’ Rach said:

“Women have persevered for generations, lost their lives, and fought tirelessly for equal rights. Women’s Equality Day is a reminder of that; of how powerful our voices and [how important] the right to vote is – but we still have a long way to go to reach equality. In the words of Bikini Kill “that girl thinks she’s the queen of the neighborhood, I got news for you – she IS!”

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Diana Maux is a lifestyle and fitness coach and ‘your Latina light’. She loves sharing exclusive lifestyle content on her OnlyFans page, where you can find her workouts, dances and photoshoots – and find inspiration and motivation on your fitness journey.

Speaking about the significance of women’s equality in society, Diana Maux said:

“It’s important for women to have equal rights, equal opportunity and respect, in order for our society to flourish and allow for fairness, freedom, liberty and peace.”

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Sharing her thoughts on Women’s Equality Day, Stephanie Tejada said:

“Women’s Equality Day is when men shut up and listen and let the women run the show at the same pay rate. In other words, Women’s Equality Day is a day we celebrate what women are capable of.”

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Discussing how she feels about Women’s Equality Day, The Badass Healer said:

“I am so proud to be born in this generation – the first generation of women with so much freedom and access to resources! So many women are rising to the top [and] showing grace and strength. I want to be part of that. Where I come from, women still don’t have rights and have to cover themselves from head to toe because they are the property of their husbands. It is still the reality for a lot of women around the world, so I’m gonna be grateful, but I’m not gonna take anything for granted. I’m gonna apply my feminine Goddess powers and help other women. It’s time to restore the feminine and masculine balance within us and society.”

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Sharing what Women’s Equality Day means to her, Virgo said:

“To me, Women’s Equality Day is a time to reflect on all of the great sacrifices that were made by women before us so that we can enjoy the rights we have today, and to contemplate the ways we can keep advancing gender equality in our own communities and around the world!”

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Stating her thoughts on Women’s Equality Day, Cerissa said:

“Women’s Equality Day gives us an opportunity to reflect on the continuing effort for equality in the workplace and the role of women in public life. Women have worked to clear barriers, enforce laws, implement new ideas, and change people’s attitudes. We are reminded we all have the opportunity — and the responsibility — to create a society that gives both men and women equal voice. Where success in life is based on merits, kindness, and decency, not chromosomes and pronouns, because being “human” should mean the exact same thing to everyone. This day inspires my determination to become more informed and more empowered to proclaim who I am and my place in this world. It inspires me to empower women that they can have self-love, confidence, and be unapologetically yourself!”

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Shirley Ju is a music journalist. Thanks to her successful career, she’s worked for a variety of publications and has interviewed some of the most interesting hip hop artists in the business on her show Shirley’s Temple, including Chanel West Coast, Inas X, Kash Doll Queen Key, Rubi Rose and fellow OnlyFans creator Lexy Panterra!

Talking about what Women’s Equality Day means to her, Shirley Ju said:

“Women’s equality means everything to me! In an industry where women are sometimes not given the same respect or opportunities as men, it’s important to remind folks that gender makes no difference. We are all human and deserve the same rights. Women’s Equality Day happened when women were granted the right to vote. Why is it that men had this right and women don’t? Makes no sense! I stand for female empowerment through and through.”

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Rebecca Vocal Athlete is a singer, songwriter, vocal coach, and impressionist. Having worked in the music industry for over 20 years, she’s on OnlyFans to display her skills and top tips. In addition to this, she’s keen on sharing her everyday lifestyle and interests with her audience, which include fitness, yoga, wellbeing and poetry.

Talking about the importance of Women’s Equality Day, Rebecca said:

“Women’s Equality Day is as important today as it was when women first gained the right to vote. Hard fought freedoms and rights are easily taken for granted, especially when the struggle to gain them was shouldered by women who we will never meet. We must remember them, recognise their efforts, and thank them, for they will never know the true value of their achievements, whereas we undervalue their victory and inherit them as today’s norms. Women’s Equality Day is a day to reflect and to appreciate the value of past struggles, and how our lives [would have been] if we lost those rights. The value of something is only truly appreciated when it’s lost or as one song lyric states “… you don’t know what you’ve got ’til you lose it”.

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