‘I sell adult stars’ used underwear to fans – and even check their smell’

‘I sell adult stars’ used underwear to fans – and even check their smell’

A businesswoman who ditched her nine to five in order to start selling porn stars’ used memorabilia has delved into the grim reality of part of her role.

When Natasha dreamed that a porn star told her to sell her used breast implants, it sparked an idea for a new business venture and Fans Utopia was born.

The site markets OnlyFans stars’ and adult performers’ used “memorabilia”, consisting of everything from underwear to sex toys. A quick browse of the Fans Utopia site shows that these items can fetch $200 (about £165) per sale.

Only a few months after its launch, the site offers access to some of the biggest names in the adult industry. Speaking exclusively about her new venture with the Daily Star, Natasha revealed that she had gone to extreme lengths to ensure her customers received a satisfactory shopping experience.

“With the bras and stuff you’re not always going to find fluids and stuff there, but you do have to check for smell on them because all the men and women who buy these things are very specific,” she stressed.

“They will smell all the items and say, ‘hey, this smells like laundry soap’, they want it to smell musky.

“The requirement for panties is that I have to check to make sure that there’s fluid inside or something. I don’t sit there and smell it or anything, but I have to make sure that there’s something on it that resembles fluid.

“I just have to make sure there’s some type of remnants on there that justify it being worn.”

Despite the need for the products to be meticulously scrutinised for customers, Natasha admitted that she had no regrets in swapping her career in fashion marketing to join the adult scene.

She even acknowledged that her new clientele are much more polite than the fashion-lovers she previously dealt with.

“I went from women that would constantly question me, be disrespectful, be impatient, try to tell me how to do my job, to people that are so nice, don’t question me and are like,’wow, thank you for going out of your way to get me a picture of this girl’,” she said.

But, with plans to expand the business in the future, Natasha joked that she is finding it difficult to find someone else to step into her unusual role.

“I’m very desensitised to all of this now because I’ve seen so much of it, but trying to get a normal person who’s done an office job and explain to them that they’re going to look at panties and they need to check if they’re used doesn’t appeal,” she noted

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