Not Sexy: Mom Takes Sexy Selfies for Money
Thirty year old Summers VonHesse finds the time to make an nearly $5,000 per month even though she is raising 2 kids. She even finds the time to ride horses after being a house wife and hopes to open a horse sanctuary. How does she do it? Avon? Multi level marketing? Nope. She sells sexy selfies online.
Yep. She is an Instagram girl with nearly 700k followers who drool over her mom bod and pay their hard earned cash for for Summers selfies. That's why we are voting this chick as Not Sexy because we wouldn't want our lady selling herself to the 40 year old virgins of the internet to pay a few bills. Get a part time job, pick up a few extra hours, anything but dreaded Instagram Prostitution. Our guess is she is another THOT needing attention.
The only question is : What Beta Male is paying for this shit? Turns out there are a lot of thirsty guys who do. Summers started off by revealing a little more skin on Instagram and noticed her following grow. She also thought it would be a great way to make some cash but says “To be honest, I’m not doing it because we really need the money or anything like that, but it sure is nice that I am bringing in $5,000 a month.”
So how exactly does it work? VanHesse posts pictures on a portal called patreon.com/socalsummers. Then strangers pay money to get extra special glimpses of her in lingerie and sometimes even nude. Dedicated followers can pledge a certain amount per month to get access to the explicit content. The amount pledged ranges from $5 to $50; the more you pledge the naughtier the pics.
She says "I’ve never had a ‘real job’ since I got married eight years ago. Being able to contribute in my house feels really nice”. VonHesse’s husband is in the military and he takes most of the photos of his wife himself. He even supports her decision and says that he is proud to have such a beautiful wife. “My husband knows how men are,” she says. “Sometimes we make fun of all those weird comments I get on my pics.”
Asked how she’d feel if her children followed her into this line of work, she says “I think that the human body is a beautiful thing, and there is nothing to be ashamed of” adding “I want them to love their bodies, and if they wanna profit from sharing images, then I would be fine with that.”
Summers says that it took her a long time to love her body and be as confident as she is now — confident enough to post pictures of herself like that on the Instagram. “Believe it or not, I was reading through the comments of the other bloggers and saw how men were telling them how beautiful they were. I began there to believe that what my husband had been telling me all along was true.”