Olivia Attwood believes feminism has gone ‘insane’ after she signed up to OnlyFans for new TV series


‘I don’t think it’s for someone else to say’: Olivia Attwood believes feminism has gone ‘insane’ after she signed up to OnlyFans and took role in porn film for new TV series

Olivia Attwood has spoken out about her views on feminism after she signed up to OnlyFans and took role in porn film for new TV series. 

The former Love Island star, 31, is set to make her documentary hosting debut next week in new ITV series Getting Filthy Rich. 

She revealed that views on what it means to be a feminist are now ‘insane’ and doesn’t believe someone else should have a say in how you live your life.

Speaking out: Olivia Attwood has spoken out about her views on feminism after she signed up to OnlyFans and took role in porn film for new TV series

Speaking out: Olivia Attwood has spoken out about her views on feminism after she signed up to OnlyFans and took role in porn film for new TV series

Olivia told The Sun: ‘I think feminism is, as a woman, having your own power. If that’s being on OnlyFans, or being a grid girl, or being a girl at the docks, I don’t think it’s for someone else to say, ‘That is not feminism’.

‘We’ve gone from men telling us what to do, to now certain groups of women telling other women what they should and shouldn’t be doing.

‘If it makes you feel good and you’re not hurting anyone and yourself, all the power to you. The world’s going a bit insane isn’t it.’

New show: The former Love Island star, 31, is set to make her documentary hosting debut next week in new ITV series Getting Filthy Rich

New show: The former Love Island star, 31, is set to make her documentary hosting debut next week in new ITV series Getting Filthy Rich

Olivia, who took on a fully-clothed cameo role in a porn film for it, has been researching the online sex economy of sites such as OnlyFans for the new docuseries.

She takes viewers into various areas, such as ‘Sugar Babies’, ‘Cam Girls’, amateur porn stars and OnlyFans Creators who can make thousands every month from their loyal subscribers.

The ex-motorsport grid girl, who is engaged to Blackburn Rovers footie star Bradley Dack, 28, signed up for the platform herself but became so overwhelmed she deleted her account.

Opinion: She revealed that views on what it means to be a feminist are now 'insane' and doesn't believe someone else should have a say in how you live your life

Opinion: She revealed that views on what it means to be a feminist are now ‘insane’ and doesn’t believe someone else should have a say in how you live your life

The presenter, who finished third on Love Island with Chris Hughes in 2017, told ITV: ‘A few years ago, the idea that many regular women would soon be making their living by selling sexual content online might have seemed a bit extraordinary. 

‘Now it’s becoming mainstream and some of the money being made is reportedly huge. I’m absolutely fascinated to discover what it’s like for those involved and to get inside this world to reveal all.’

Olivia took to her Instagram Story to reveal she has been working on a new TV show called, How to get filthy rich.

Olivia told The Sun: 'I think feminism is, as a woman, having your own power. If that's being on OnlyFans, or being a grid girl, or being a girl at the docks, I don't think it's for someone else to say, 'That is not feminism' (pictured for series 3 Love Island)

Olivia told The Sun: ‘I think feminism is, as a woman, having your own power. If that’s being on OnlyFans, or being a grid girl, or being a girl at the docks, I don’t think it’s for someone else to say, ‘That is not feminism’ (pictured for series 3 Love Island)

She said: ‘Good morning, this is me. The glam team are on route to transform me from drowned rat to something like dry rat.

‘So today is just f***ing epic. It’s the first time that I’m official speaking to people about my new show, How to get filfthy rich, which will be coming ITV2 soon.

‘You guys are going to die who I’m talking to. But yeah let’s just leave that there before I end up giving it all away.’ 

Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich starts on July 5 at 10pm on ITV2.

Exciting: Olivia took to her Instagram Story to reveal she has been working on a new TV show called, How to get filthy rich

Exciting: Olivia took to her Instagram Story to reveal she has been working on a new TV show called, How to get filthy rich

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