Couples often hit a rough patch in their 40s, especially as men get a little fluffy and lose their hair as women go through menopause. Every couple has to work through it the best they can with exercise, possibly medicine, maybe therapy, and always understanding.
But posting sexy pics on the internet to spice things up? That’s not usually on the list, and for good reason.
Tiffany Poindexter lives in a close-knit Catholic community in California. She and her husband Chris began posting sexy pictures of her on Reddit as a way to spice up their relationship, then moved to OnlyFans, an adult site that allows anyone to open an account where they can charge membership fees for pics and video.
“I felt pretty unsexy when I went through early menopause. One of the things we tried to make our marriage more exciting was posting a picture of me in a bikini on Reddit. It was Chris’ idea, and it became so popular that all these people started asking for more — so we set up an OnlyFans and I just blew up. It’s something we just completely fell into, we had no idea how successful it would become. We started in September 2019 and no one knew about it. No friends, family or anyone. It was a sexy secret between me and my husband that was so exciting and fun.”
Anyone with a brain can see where this is going. There’s no such thing as posting racy pictures online as a “sexy secret between me and my husband.” It’s more like a secret waiting to get out among you, your husband, and the billions of other people on the internet every day, including people you know. Which is what happened.
The Poindexter’s sultry secret blew up in July of 2020 from a very awkward place – their kids’ school. Fellow parents and neighbors were ticked off after being tipped off of Tiffany’s titillating travails.
“Someone came across my account and suddenly I had moms from school texting me and leaving voicemails saying I had to leave the school. Some women from my area actually printed out pictures I posted on my OnlyFans and mailed them to the principal of my children’s school. We were called a load of names; apparently, it was ‘disturbing, disgusting, horrifying’ and ‘my children should be kicked out!’”
Chris said most people don’t care, but some are put off by the couple’s newfound business.
As for the Poindexters, well, they might have posted pictures for the thrill of it, but it quickly became something else… a cash machine. They earned around $14,000 per month on OnlyFans when they started, but recently were pulling down $150,000 per month.
That will definitely do a lot to chase away the menopause blues.