‘TransCanine’ woman banned from OnlyFans for bestiality: Report

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A woman who had been posting sexually explicit content to OnlyFans claims she has been banned from the platform after users reported her for bestiality.

On January 7, the Twitter account known as A Knotty Princess, who identifies as “TransCanine” in her profile, posted that she lost her job with OnlyFans because of complaints.

“Onlyfans removed me because people kept sharing my link saying I f*** dogs even tho they have no f***ing proof,” she wrote to her nearly 185,000 followers. “I got a long email from onlyfans about it :(.”

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Though she denies that there is “proof” that she has engaged in sex with dogs, several recent tweets posted to her account suggest otherwise. “I have made a decision to come out. … I have been with 6 dogs this past year and only 2 men my entire life,” she wrote on Jan. 2. A few days later, she compared herself favorably to those who go “trophy hunting animals”: “You bring animals deaths , I bring them orgasms. I’m a better alternative.”

There is also a suggestion on her account that she is considering a sexual relationship with one of her cousins, though she has denied that such an encounter has happened “yet.”

Gina Florio of Evie Magazine characterized Knotty Princess’ content as “degenerate in nature” and argued that it comes as a direct result of the American culture’s emphasis on tolerance. “When a society claims that tolerance is the most important characteristic in our culture,” Florio stated, “we will end up tolerating anything,” including bestiality.

She may be right. Content creator @bodittle has interviewed several people at LGBTQ events who have voiced support for bestiality in the name of acceptance. A video posted to his Instagram account in November shows a woman wearing pride-themed attire who claims she began watching porn “at, like, 8 years old” affirming bestiality for those who “want” to participate in it.

“If that’s what you want,” she states tautologically, “then that’s what you want.”

Bodittle then asserts that “most of Gen Z” agrees with the woman that bestiality ought to be accepted, though he does not offer any data to support that claim. Knotty Princess purports to be 21 years old and is likely a member of Gen Z.

After Knotty Princess was banned from OnlyFans for allegedly practicing bestiality, she did beg for acceptance of her chosen lifestyle and attempted to emotionally shame people into granting her that acceptance.

“Please just remember,” she wrote on Jan. 7. “I lost my job because of you guys. And now you guys got me removed off onlyfans. Just let me have this one thing. I want to have a nice life. Sharing my links with negativity harms me. Just remember, I’m a human too. I have feelings.”

Perhaps in an attempt to commune more deeply with a fellow “human,” she then posted on Jan. 9: “I’m done with dogs, I need a man.”

OnlyFans did not respond to a request for comment.

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