College students in Washington, D.C., appeared unbothered by the idea of their daughters using OnlyFans, but deeply disturbed by their sons being supporters of former President Donald Trump.
College kids told the Daily Caller’s Joel Gibbons during a Man vs. Street episode that MAGA men may brainwash their girlfriends into being Trump supporters, but showed little concern for their hypothetical daughters exposing their naked bodies on OnlyFans. Gibbons said he didn’t need to get people to say crazy things because people already showed they cared more about making money than about their daughters.
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“It was a really sad video, but also a really funny video. I also found out how some girls are a little worried about their boyfriends trying to trick them into becoming MAGA kids, so there’s a variety of stuff that went into it but sometimes you can’t help people,” Gibbons said on “Outkick The Morning with Charly Arnolt.”
Gibbons added that college students have been brainwashed by their professors into believing OnlyFans is acceptable, and that society is no longer interested in protecting the younger generations. (RELATED: We Asked People If They Would Date An OnlyFans Model, And The Answers Are Outrageous)
“These kids are completely, completely brainwashed,” he said. “They don’t think OnlyFans is a problem, they don’t think it’s something to deal with, they think it’s something they’re gonna be dealing with for the rest of their lives.”
He also said that it is unfathomable that people would “rather pimp out their daughters” than have a child who supports Trump.
“That also shows how divided and crazy we are. People these days are so polarized, especially younger people, because that’s all they see, and that’s where we’re looking ahead in the future. Because these are all voters, these people are all over 18. So, get ready,” Gibbons said.
“You gotta come in soft and they don’t think of that as a crazy thing,” he continued. “An OnlyFans, again, is like a woman’s right, that’s the right of a woman to make money, that’s the right of a woman to empower themselves, that’s their idea. So when you ask crazy questions like ‘would you date a transgender,’ that’s another video we did, we come in and you think that they’re gonna be like, aghast or they’re gonna be like, ‘I can’t believe you’d asked me something like that’ or even ‘that’s offensive,’ but a lot of the time people are just going straight in and they’ll just answer the question immediately because they don’t want to be offensive. So they’re trying their best not to be offensive, and that’s what makes the video.”