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[SIZE=7]A sex worker says she’s earning $35,000 a month thanks to the US Army’s thirsty tweets going viral[/SIZE]
David Choi
Tue, November 17, 2020, 2:49 PM CST

[li]The official Twitter account for the US Army’s Fort Bragg posted some thirsty tweets at an OnlyFans sex worker in October.[/li][li]Now that sex worker has become one of OnlyFans’s top performers.[/li][li]Prior to the tweets, she says she earned around $7,000 a month. Now, she tells Insider that she’s on track to earn $35,000 a month.[/li][/ul]
OnlyFans content creator Quinn Finite. Courtesy Photo.

“Holy s—, this is the largest US military installation,” an OnlyFans adult-content creator said to herself on October 22, moments after one of her Twitter posts went viral.
The sex worker, who asked that we referred to her by her stage name, “Quinn Finite,” was in the car with her boyfriend when she started receiving hundreds of alerts after the official Twitter account for Fort Bragg, the home of the US Army’s Airborne and Special Operations Command, had replied to her tweets with sexually-charged messages in public view.
The elite Army base’s Twitter account commented on her pubic hair and reacted to one of her nude images by suggesting that Finite and the Twitter account should engage in sexual acts.
As the minutes passed by, hundreds of Twitter users began noticing the sexually-charged tweets and replying back with jokes. The installation responded roughly an hour later by claiming its account was compromised by a malicious entity.
“As many of you may know, there were a string of explicit Tweets from our account this afternoon,” a representative for the North Carolina base said in a statement.
“This was not the work of our admins. Our account was hacked. We apologize to our followers.”
The next morning, the XVIII Airborne Corps apologized for its earlier statement and identified an “administrator” as the source of the tweets. “Appropriate action” was underway, according to the unit.

[SIZE=7]Quinn Finite[/SIZE]

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Hello my name is Quinn! I think sex is really cool. This page is personal - it’s an outlet for my sex drive and creative urges, through the lens of my intense curiosity about sexuality. I study sex academically too, so part of me regards this profile as if it were some kind of …research. Come help me contribute to society by checking out my tits and other parts, I guess!!


Fort Bragg’s official Twitter account was taken down the same day and remains offline as of Nov. 17.
Quinn Finite thought the Twitter replies were just from “some guy saying some horny things.” US Navy/Petty Officer 2nd Class Abe McNatt
In Montreal, Canada, roughly 900 miles north of the military base, Quinn was frantically sending messages and asking for advice from fellow sex workers in a private group chat.

“I was just like, 'Oh, ok. It’s just some guy saying some horny things to me,” Quinn recalled to Insider. “It’s like nothing too different – I get these types of comments every single day, hundreds of them, so I didn’t really pay attention to it until I reopened my phone again and had hundreds of notifications.”

Quinn supported herself by modeling, but when the coronavirus pandemic hit she no longer felt comfortable going to photoshoots. She spent a couple of months deciding whether to start an OnlyFans, which she describes as a “paid Instagram.”

The sex work platform allows “fans” to tip content creators or subscribes to their videos and photos on a monthly basis. After learning how to market herself and investing in camera equipment, Quinn began producing adult content on OnlyFans in May.

Pay-per-view adult subscription sites like OnlyFans have grown in popularity, particularly during the pandemic. According to an Insider report in June, an average of 200,000 users signed up every day between March and April.

Monthly fees, which are determined by the content creators, range anywhere from $3.99 to $50.00 a month. Quinn charges $8.99 for her fans.

“It’s been great working from home and having that kind of freedom,” Quinn said. “I love modeling and being creative.”

[SIZE=6]A sex working army of one[/SIZE]
Quinn’s newfound celebrity-status was celebrated amongst her colleagues in her private group chat and the sex worker community on Twitter. Jo Munroe, an OnlyFans sex worker based in Northern-Ireland, said “everyone was just so happy for her.”

“This industry can be quite cut-throat,” Munroe told Insider. “And there’s a lot of people who would be just like [out] for themselves. But whatever group that we’ve got is not like that at all.”

“I would call it winning the lottery in terms of free promotion,” she added. “As much as we try to promote ourselves, you can’t gain that sort of traction unless something viral were to happen to you. What happened to Quinn was sort of a one-in-a-million chance. And honestly, I don’t think it could’ve happened to a better person.”

As for the identity of the unnamed “administrator” who published the erotic tweets, the US Army has remained silent. Quinn thanked the fan and said she hoped they “got let off easy.”

“I honestly hope that he follows me on his personal account,” she said. “I don’t think he’ll ever message me saying, ‘Oh that was me,’ but it would be nice to hear from him.”

“I never expected to have a military audience,” Quinn added. “It’s funny to me.”

An army that eats bones:D