A performer in adult films has expressed her dissatisfaction that her profession is a hindrance for men to consider dating her.
According to Billie Beever, hailing from Australia, she does not face any difficulty in making male acquaintances or finding men who are interested in having sexual relations with her. However, she finds it challenging to capture the attention of a man who desires a serious relationship with her.
The individual who gained popularity on OnlyFans, posted a video on TikTok in which she expressed her confusion as to why her profession, which is a source of income for her, should discourage men from pursuing her romantically.
The Australian woman stated in the video: "I just found out that apparently the reason why men can't date me. You know, they say they're my friends, they respect me, they care for me so much.... but they say, 'I can't be with you because of your history and your past'."
"We all have a past and we all have a history. The only difference is, I f**king filmed mine. Mine's on camera."
"Does that make me not dateable? Seriously, yes or no. I mean, I get it, but I don't get it."
Billie further mentioned that while men show interest in engaging in sexual activities with her, her profession poses a considerable challenge in terms of finding a partner for a romantic relationship.
She continued: "If you want to use [my] past, and like, not be able to give me an opportunity or whatever... because [my videos] are accessible for you and your mates to see, then that's a you problem, not a me problem."
Billie's video has received 22,000 views, and numerous individuals expressed their support for her.
One person said: "If anything they're intimidated. I'd personally find it attractive to know that I know a side to this person that know one else gets to see…"
Another claimed: "Ahh you looking at the wrong men, no you're definitely dateable even marry able. They trippin."
A third added: "They aren't worth your energy … they are children and you are better then them if they judge you on your past."
While a fourth wrote: "It's not about a past it is about the future! I don't live in the past! It's all about the core values of the person and them being genuine!"
Nevertheless, some individuals contended that men have the right to form such opinions.
"Unfortunately in life there are consequences for choices we make," one person commented.
Another agreed: "Correct no one wants to have someone that everyone has seen naked."
While another reasoned: "They do have the right stand by their morals though."