‘My family weren’t keen on racy career – until I started splashing cash on them’

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    A racy content creator admitted her family weren't keen on her risqué job – until she started splashing the cash on them.

    Rosie Clarke, from Perth, Australia, opened up about how she navigated sharing her saucy career with family, and how it didn’t take long for their scepticism to change to full support – all thanks to her generosity.

    Clarke moved to the land down under as an expat from the UK just before Covid and quickly turned to skimpy work in Kalgoorlie. This refers to female bar staff who wear a bikini or lingerie to serve their customers.

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    The brunette quickly realised how much money she could be making from a career in sex work. In a matter of months, the 33-year-old turned to OnlyFans to build her profile, keeping her family in the loop every step of the way.

    “They were a bit embarrassed at first,” Rosie explained. “But they didn’t give a f*ck when they were going on holidays to Paris and blowing $2,000 (£1,600) on champagne!”

    Sharing the extravagant ways Rosie treated her family, she said: “I took my sisters to Paris for their birthday, then took the whole family for a weekend away to a mansion in Brighton for Mum’s birthday… and they suddenly came around."

    Nowadays, the family is much more receptive to how Rosie makes a living. Explaining what she has planned next, she said: “In an ideal world, I’d love to fly my family to Australia for Christmas!"

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    The comments come after Rosie previously spoke about her skimpy career, saying people often judge her over it. However, she says she 'doesn't care' as she earns big money from it.

    She also admits she was 'filled with confidence' after the first shift and loved walking around in her underwear. “It is amazing,” she says. "I honestly would never have met this many people and I have learnt so much. I have a new confidence in my body too.”

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