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Woman and family move to farm after being shunned for her OnlyFans career

“I want to tell other women to not ever give up and be confident in themselves, you are who defines your worth and value," she said.

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Sara Blake. (Sara Blake via SWNS)

By Lydia Patrick via SWNS

A woman and her family moved to a six-acre farm and home-school their children to avoid judgement over her million-dollar OnlyFans career.

Sara Blake, 31, and her husband, Matt Cheek, 38, started sharing explicit videos and pictures on OnlyFans in November 2020.

The couple's content blew up overnight and soon the pair were making $30k a month - posting raunchy pictures and videos of their romps.

But they claim when people in their community found out about Sara’s newfound career, they were treated differently.

They were devastated - and in May 2022, moved away to live a rural life on a farm and home school their children - Chandler, 10, Camden, nine, Corey, seven and Carson, three.

They said they moved because of "backlash" but have "no regrets" about their decision.

Sara hopes to encourage other women to "own their sexuality" and feel empowered in their bodies.

“I was devastated," said mom-of-four Sara, a model, from Tampa, Florida.

“I’ve always felt very comfortable with my sexuality and if people want to pay to see that, why wouldn’t I let them?

"I want to inspire other women who love sex. I love it and enjoy it. I don't view it as anything bad."

Sarah says the rift started when she was banned from events in her town, which she alleges was over her work.

“I broke down and cried," Sara said.

Sara Blake and her husband Matt Cheek. (Sara Blake via SWNS)

Her family still attended, but Matt claims he felt threatened, and people called his wife derogatory names.

Despite her husband appearing on OnlyFans too, Sara claims all the hatred has been directed towards her.

They have since moved to live on a six-acre farm five miles down the road and home-school their children.

Sara added: "Matt will take the kids of a field trip or we wait until they're asleep and make content at night. We spend about six hours a day creating content.

“We have made it a positive experience for them.

“My career has evolved beyond OnlyFans and I have worked alongside ESPN radio and I get to interview footballers.

“You have to take something negative and make it positive."

The model is as honest as she can be with her children, they know she does sexy modeling but are too young to know about the sexually explicit stuff.

“‘I have always felt like it is important for me to be honest with them, to build that trust relationship," Sara said.

“When they’re older I will explain things to them.”

Sara hopes to continue growing in the sports industry.

She added: “I have been bullied and discriminated against because of my career.

“What I do doesn’t affect others."

Sara Blake. (Sara Blake via SWNS)

Sara says she works non-stop for 20 hours a day and has made over $1 million dollars this year alone.

“I want to tell other women to not ever give up and be confident in themselves, you are who defines your worth and value," she said.

“I want to make a difference to the world for women who love sex.”

The content creator would never enter the porn industry and only makes ‘point-of-view’ content with her husband.

Before embarking on her OnlyFans career, she owned two salons and was second runner up in Mrs Kansas a beauty pageant.

“I’ve worked my way up and used my platform to make a difference to all women to be confident in their sexuality," she said.

“I’ve overcome a lot. I will continue to be a driving force in this industry.

“I want to be an example for other moms so they can embrace what they are.

“We don’t get a handbook when it comes to motherhood - it’s okay to write your own.

"I don't have any friends, we are alone and we haven't felt any support

"I felt confused and it made me mad. I'm ok with being talked about but people should have that conversation behind your closed doors.

"I feel so lonely and isolated."

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