Rachel Dolezal's net worth: White woman who identifies as Black joins OnlyFans with feet pics

The 43-year-old announced the launch on Instagram, writing in a post: 'My OnlyFans content launches September 1st! A little something for (almost) everyone. Looking forward to bringing you some great content!'


                            Rachel Dolezal's net worth: White woman who identifies as Black joins OnlyFans with feet pics
Rachel Dolezal launches OnlyFans account (Instagram/ @racheladolezal)

Rachel Dolezal, the former college instructor and activist who drew a lot of hatred for claiming she was a Black woman despite being born to White parents, has launched her OnlyFans, where she plans to post pictures of her feet along with other raunchy photos. 

The 43-year-old Montana mother announced the launch on Instagram, writing in a post: "My OnlyFans content launches September 1st! A little something for (almost) everyone. Looking forward to bringing you some great content!" Currently, she is giving out a subscription plan at a 40 percent discount, only at $3 per month for the first 10 people who prebook the plan. Dolezal will be posting fitness content, hair tutorials, as well as artwork, apart from "things like foot pics, posts of me using stuff people buy from my Amazon wishlist (available on my OnlyFans), makeup tutorials, promotions of causes & care about, & maybe random tasteful other pics/vids."



 

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The news of Dolezal joining the subscription platform comes after OnlyFans announced it will ban "sexually explicit" content beginning October 1. The decision was made in response to pressure from the company's banking partners and payment providers.

Rachel Dolezal net worth

Back in 2015, Rachel Dolezal gave rise to the bizarre trend where the hashtag "transracial" started trending on Twitter. Historically, ‘transracial’ was the term used to refer to parents who adopted a child belonging to a different race than them. However, a new usage of the term first made headlines when Dolezal, also known as Nkechi Amare Diallo, a White woman by birth, self-assumed her racial identity as Black. At that time, she was the acting president of the Spokane chapter of NAACP.



 

Her strange decision was not welcomed warmly by most, as people called her out for ‘dishonesty about her race’. Born to White parents, Dolezal was not Black if her genetic ancestry is to be considered. Later, the ‘transracial’ identity was picked up by several individuals, most of whom were women and men of White ancestry, who self-identified as Black. German model Martina Big went to the extent of administering tanning injections to darken her skin and hair and thereby identify as a Black woman.

According to Wealthy Persons, Dolezal, who is divorced and has a son and a daughter, has a net worth of an estimated $600,000. In March it was reported that Dolezal will appear in a documentary called ‘Subjects of Desire’. Directed by Jennifer Holness, the documentary premiered at SXSW. The film reportedly focuses on “Black beauty, societal pressures in today’s culture, and stereotypes that Black women have been pigeonholed into for decades”.



 

Dolezal has said in the documentary that since 2015, when she was first outed by her parents as White, she has faced “just shaming and ridicule”. She said, “I’ve been called an insult to White women and an insult to Black women. White women are angry because I did what they never would do and went further like I put 110. I didn’t just be that white ally and do a little bit, I canceled my White privilege. I canceled my hair. For Black women, I feel like it’s a reaction to pain. It’s like a trigger to post-traumatic stress.”

She eventually admitted that she was "biologically born White to White parents," but claimed to be "transracial," because race is "not coded in your DNA." In June, she began charging fans $45 apiece for shoutout videos on the website Cameo. Dolezal released a memoir in 2017 on her racial identity titled 'In Full Color: Finding My Place In a Black and White World.'

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