Ukrainian sex workers live in fear as they hide in shelters and wake to bombs

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Scared sex workers from Ukraine have stopped posting racy content on their OnlyFans pages in light of the ongoing war in their country.

Instead, they are asking for words of solidarity and money to help them through a devastating time.

This comes after the Russian invasion of Ukraine entered day five. According to the latest figures, 102 civilians in Ukraine have been killed so far while hundreds have been reported injured.

But UN human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, believes the real figure could be “considerably higher”.

Sex worker response

Sakushi Sama uses the raunchy subscription platform OnlyFans to pay her bills.

But her most recent post reads: “Hey guys, unfortunately I can't make new content for you.

“I am sure that soon everything will be over, and I will be with you again. I would be grateful for the words of support to my country.”

The cosplayer followed this up with a tweet showing gratitude for the encouragement she has received.

She wrote: “Thank you all for the words of support, you are my family. I'm sure it will all be over soon. I love you all.”

Another Ukranian sex worker, Mizuki Tyan, lives in the capital Kyiv and has described being woken up by the sound of bombs.

She wrote on her OnlyFans page: “I live in Kiev and I woke up today at 5am from explosions. I'm scared and I don't know what's going to happen next. People are panicking, queues in shops and pharmacies.”

The adult performer also tweeted: “Due to the situation in my country Ukraine, there will be no cosplays.

“I've been living in fear for two days now and don't know what to do. I live in Kiev and constantly hear shelling.

“Therefore, guys, if it’s not difficult for you to support me with money, this is very important.”

She also hit back at social media users who trolled her for taking her clothes off for cash.

Mizuki said: “People who judge me for a photo with a booty and the fact that I have an OnlyFans, go f*** yourself.

“You have no idea how scared I am and what I'm going through. I had panic attacks. I can't sleep at night because there are always explosions outside.”

She added: “I really hope that everything will be fine in the end. My family has already packed their things to go to the shelter in case of emergency.

“Everything that is happening now is very scary.”

And Ukrainian cosplayer and model, who goes by the name Katsumi Tori, also posted a heartbreaking statement.

She told her 32,500 Twitter followers: “Third day of WAR in my country…

“I don’t know when I can be back with new cosplays and content. I live in hell for 3 days already and idk how long it will last…

“Now I do really need your help and support with money during those difficult times.”

And adult performer Venus Blessing revealed she slept in a train station because of the outbreak of war.

Venus said: “I finally moved from Kiev to small town. Because of that I needed to leave all my belongings and my home, so I don’t know when I will be able to make new cosplays. So I really need your help and support with money.

“I lived in the hell for past days. We slept in fear in metro because of shootings and explosions and I don't know if my house will be fine when I return (if I return).

“I left my computer and all my content there and I’m really sad because of that I really need your help.”

One Twitter user wrote: "My deepest prayers going to everyone in Ukraine I have worked with many Eastern European #sexworkers in the past and all have been extremely thoughtful, gorgeous, and sincere. Stay safe."

Meanwhile, Russian OnlyFans creators have been frozen from their accounts as the site imposed sanctions on the country.

Many have claimed to have been banned from sharing new videos or accessing money on their OnlyFans pages.

Since then, Russian models have vented their fury on social media by arguing that they shouldn’t be punished for Vladimir Putin’s actions.

Nika Kolosova wrote on Twitter: “OnlyFans massively disables the accounts of Russian and Belarusian authors.

“Support states that they are doing this because of the Ukrainian conflict. Creators are blocked and deprived of work just because they have Russian citizenship.

“We did not choose the place of birth!"

Another social media user wrote: “Russian OnlyFans models in shock and disbelief faced with the prospect of having to make an honest living.

“Again, the funny thing is that this is a demographic that leans extremely anti-Putin.”

OnlyFans has been approached for comment.

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