‘I’m not going to mourn the demise of OnlyFans’: Brendan O’Neill

Normalising porn is going to "screw up" a lot of young people’s views of other people, relationships, sex and the like, according to Spiked Online Editor Brendan O’Neill.

The remarks come amid content subscription service OnlyFans announcing it will ban users from uploading sexually explicit content from October 1.

"I’m not going to mourn the demise of Only Fans if that’s what happens … I think it’s an outrageous phenomenon," he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt.

"The normalisation of pornography, the industrialisation of pornography I think are very serious problems in our society.

"The fact that people now think it’s perfectly normal to take off their clothes and have sexual intercourse in front of their webcam for whatever it is, $50 a time – that is just extraordinary."