OnlyFans model MelRose Michaels opens business school to teach sex workers sexting
Over the years, the adult film business, in which workers are paid exorbitantly, has grown in popularity. More people choose a career that allows them to choose their own hours and office after living through a global lockdown. MelRose Michaels, an OnlyFans creator YouTuber and cam model, is one woman who wants to share her knowledge.
The model and YouTuber has over 352,000 Instagram followers, which she uses to showcase her success. Michaels has now created Sex Work CEO, a school for sex workers, in addition to her marketing agency and fashion line.
Michaels, a founder and cam star for OnlyFans, is handling her business like a boss. She opened her own school for sex workers, to teach them a range of skills. She's now revealed all about her endeavor in an exclusive interview with the Daily Star.
Michaels described how, during the pandemic, she witnessed millions of people attempting to enter the sex industry. She went on to say: "I came from a business background. I'd worked in mainstream marketing and sales. Prior to becoming a creator, I used those skills to become one of the top cam models in the business. I launched Sex Work CEO as a business resource for sex workers because I wanted them to think of themselves as business people."
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The entrepreneur wants to share her knowledge so that others might benefit from it as well. She went on to say: "The outside world thinks this is easy, that it's just taking your clothes off and picking up a camera. It's not. If I can make MORE sex workers successful, they'd have the financial resources to become a stronger force to fight back that stigma. My lessons are generally applicable to all creators with the caveats no one tells you to make them work as a digital sex worker. I'm one who personally believes arguing your case for change is a small percentage of the fight for change."
Michaels teaches everything from basic production abilities such as lighting and camera angles to more advanced techniques. She also teaches people how to sext for money and how to grow their brand using a podcast. She revealed the following: "This is a rapidly changing industry, so we're always adapting. I want Sex Work CEO courses to become a hub long after I've stopped filming adult content. Like any CEO, I'm always looking around the corner at emerging markets, and I want to build a product that adapts."
Michaels makes a fortune from OnlyFans in addition to her businesses and brands. She described how she built her ideal home outside of Nashville and amassed a collection of sports cars, including two Porsches. The shocking admission was: "I make a lot of money on OnlyFans, But as a good business person, I don't put all my eggs in one basket. So in addition to being on OnlyFans, I also cam regularly on Stripchat, monetise texting and calling on SextPanther. And I am building a following on newer platforms, like My.Club. I use that money to invest in new businesses."