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Race-faker Rachel Dolezal launches OnlyFans page for $5-a-month to post photos of her FEET, etc
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I will say this, no shame, you have to have no shame to live the life of lies that she has! The funny thing, as I said in the video, I bet she does well with this, I'm curious to see how well she is doing, monthly, in a year, two years, etc!

Notorious 'race faker,' Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who famously adopted a black identity for years, is now on OnlyFans.

Dolezal, 43, shared her new venture on Instagram Wednesday. Her page on the site launches September 1 and will consist primarily of 'foot photos,' hair tutorials, and fitness routines.

'I got approved! . . . LINK IN BIO! ~ My OnlyFans content launches September 1st!' the former president of Spokane, Washington's National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter wrote on Instagram.

Additionally, Dolezal's fans can expect 'Friday Unwind: I bring the Art, you bring the wine/drinks,' which will consist of Dolezal discussing her art.

Dolezal, who also goes by the Nigerian name Nkechi Amare Diallo, promised three weekly posts in addition to 'others sprinkled in',' and is offering 40 percent off to the first 10 individuals who subscribe by August 25, or just $3 for their first 30 days.

'A little something for (almost) everyone. Looking forward to bringing you some great content!' Dolezal added.

For those only interested in witnessing the lunacy once, rest assured, Dolezal mentioned you can cancel anytime, even after the 30-day discount subscription.

In addition to hew new Only Fans account, Dolezal has previously sold homemade lollipops, Melanin Spectrum dolls and a $1,000 sculpture of an electric chair.

OnlyFans has become famous as a space for celebrities to interact with people on a personal level, as well as a place where sex workers can post and get paid in a relatively safe manner.

On Thursday the site announced it will ban the 'sexually explicit' content that drove its value up to $1billion.

The ban will start October 1 and is the result of requests from banking partners and companies that handle financial transactions, a spokesperson said.

Still, nudity is OK if it's 'consistent' with the company's policy. It's not clear what that policy is, and the company did not reply to questions. OnlyFans will be sharing more information in 'coming days.'

Individuals were quick to criticize Dolezal, expressing their disdain throughout social media.

'Onlyfans destroying the livelihood of sex workers and relaunching as the site where Rachel Dolezal talks about wellness is like if HBOMax launched with a Viggo Mortenson only cut of Green Book,' one user wrote on Twitter.

'Is it a coincidence that onlyfans shuts down a day after Rachel Dolezal joins?' wrote another.

According to Dolezal, side hustles are the only way she can earn a living, since she's been unable to get a job due to the scandal surrounding her fake race.

Dolezal had pretended to be black for more than 10 years until her ruse was revealed in 2015.

Because of the scandal, Dolezal was forced to resign from a leadership position at her local Spokane chapter of the NAACP and was fired from her job as an adjunct professor of Africana Studies at Eastern Washington University.

Earlier this year, Dolezal appeared in a new documentary about black beauty, in which she claims people who criticize her are 'white supremacy folks' and blames her black ex-husband for 'repressing' her.

Titled 'Subjects of Desire' and directed by Jennifer Holness', the documentary debuted at SXSW in March, and featured Dolezal saying she had been a victim of 'shaming and ridicule' due to the scandal.

'I've been called an insult to white women and an insult to black women. White women are angry because I did what they never would do and went further, like I put 110,' she said, according to Daily Beast.

'I didn't just be that white ally and do a little bit, I canceled my white privilege. I canceled my hair.'

Dolezal also appeared that to indicate that she received criticism from black women because her scandal was 'like a trigger to post-traumatic stress,' though her comments were not entirely clear.

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