Acpent grew up in the conservative US state of Texas before becoming an adult model on OnlyFans, and she has opened up about one of the most popular requests she receives from subscribers
An adult star who sells racy content on OnlyFans is bombarded with requests from fans – who want her to rate their manhoods.
Like many models during the pandemic, Acpent decided to use lockdown as a chance to try making money from the adult subscription site.
She began filming X-rated content for her fans and now refers to herself as a “full-time dopamine dealer”.
But Acpent didn’t always used to feel as comfortable talking about the birds and bees.
On the OnlyStans podcast, Acpent told host Glenny Balls how her current career came as a surprise after her quiet upbringing.
“I was a huge prude before OnlyFans, I was really not promiscuous, I was very anonymous, very loyal, and I had a hard time being part of hook-up culture,” she admitted.
“I didn’t really take nudes at all, so OnlyFans kind of opened that door for me.”
Now, after deciding to sell nudes online, the Texas-born model revealed that one of the most common requests she receives from her OnlyFans subscribers is to rate pictures of their appendages.
“They like them, they ask for them constantly so I just relieve them of having to ask and offer it to them, because nine times out of ten, I get asked for a d*** rating,” she explained.
And, after suggesting that she gets roughly 100 to 200 new subscribers to her exclusive page every day, Acpent claimed that many of these followers take advantage of her offer.
“A rough estimate? Probably anywhere from 50 to 100 a day,” she said, when asked to put a figure on the number of penis ratings she hands out. “I offer it in my first message, and they say yes, so it just happens.
During the podcast chat, Acpent opened up about her background before porn, and revealed that she had even started at university before making the unusual career choice.
And, having attended an American college, the model admitted that she had been exposed to unusual sorority challenges.
“There were a few things that were super weird.
“For one, all of them were weirdly obsessed with having babies and getting married immediately; one of the icebreaker questions was ‘where do you see yourself in five years?’ And I was the only person who didn’t say married and with kids.”
Another ritual, Acpen explained, saw the group of new inductees blindfolded and paraded nude around the house while singing songs.
“I would have had way more fun if I was in a fraternity,” she acknowledged. “It felt like I was being watched and judged the entire time.”