Sex industry raising funds for Australia

Models have raised nearly $1 million for Australia's wildfire relief — selling nude photos of themselves.

Working for free in the hopes that people will donate

To raise money for Australian fire relief, women in the online sex industry are selling nude photos of themselves. Model Kaylen Ward launched the trend with a tweet. She says she's helped raise close to $1 million — and sparked several models to follow her lead. While Instagram deactivated Ward’s account over her "sexually suggestive" content, the campaign has largely been met with support.

A body is just a body

“Not only are sex workers helping a good cause, but we're also showing the world that we're real people doing real work, and we all have good hearts. I saw on her Instagram that she had a small, a relatively small following, but she was able to raise 30,000 dollars in just a few hours. So, knowing that I had a similar following on Twitter, I decided to essentially copy and paste her exact message. It has been absolutely overwhelming and amazing how many people have come together for the Australian wildfires. And so far, I have raised approximately 45,000 dollars and counting. I still have thousands of unopened D.M., so there's really no telling. I just knew that it would help. I just knew it. Sex sells. It really does. And if you tag on a good cause, it. I just knew it would prompt people, especially based on the amount that Kaylen had raised when I started,” Jenna Hopkins, Adult content creator tells Brut.

Other social media adult stars are joining the cause and offering photos for proof of donations, such as porn actor Riley Reid

At least 24 people have died as over 200 fires have burned around Australia since September 2019. Ward estimated that she and a small team she's hired to respond to the requests have now sent 10,000 nude photos. The demand has been so overwhelming that they've had to stop. Since the money is going directly to charities, Ward herself isn't getting a cut, although her social media following has grown exponentially since the campaign started. A Facebook spokesperson told BuzzFeed News her account "was disabled for violating our policies. Offering nude images is not allowed on Instagram."


01/08/2020 7:47 PM


  • Liban K.
    09/06/2020 03:55

    Please come to africa we need you here we need your body hahhaha stupidity at its highest level

  • Greg H.
    03/12/2020 21:43

    Anyone notice that her boob is falling out of

  • Adam R.
    03/12/2020 17:53

    I have a lot of respect for those ladies

  • Brandon M.
    03/12/2020 15:37

    Yea, I'm sure they're doing it out of the goodness in their hearts and not for the publicity... Lol.

  • Brotaro B.
    03/12/2020 12:33

    The people who bought these photos are sad sad people.

  • Ben M.
    03/12/2020 08:28

    Living life

  • Steve C.
    03/11/2020 22:29

    what fabulous women. I donated!

  • Oakley P.
    03/11/2020 19:48


  • Jarred W.
    03/11/2020 03:33

    They all sounded like cue card reading idiots,which goes to show when you don't have a brain in your head the only thing you have is your body. Getting naked is not real work sorry not sorry

  • Dean B.
    03/10/2020 19:54

    That's hot

  • Joshua S.
    03/10/2020 19:26

    So they did good. Ok and it did more than praying

  • Randell P.
    03/10/2020 09:13

    Stop watching porn. For every so called healthy, happy, porn actress, there’s thousands of young girls forced into sexual slavery. Pornhub allows underage videos to be uploaded daily with little to no oversight.

  • Danny B.
    03/10/2020 05:41

    Who the hell is paying for nude photos of these broads when the hub is a thing? Lmao

  • George J.
    03/10/2020 04:01


  • James W.
    03/09/2020 21:55

    its funny because these are the same ones that claim to be feminist

  • Steve S.
    03/07/2020 18:18

    Guess I'd have to see more to make a decision...

  • Keith T.
    03/07/2020 07:34

    Wow these women are heroes!

  • Cory D.
    03/07/2020 05:04

    Well..alright then.

  • Eric S.
    03/06/2020 23:37

    Why buy your photos....that's what Google is for

  • Taylor B.
    03/06/2020 18:37

    As I recall, the church has a history of selling indulgences to save one's soul. As I recall, that too was seen as controversial. It's like the pot calling the kettle black, only this modern charity actually seems to be effective.

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