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'Drag Race's Aja Is the Latest to Join OnlyFans, Promises NSFW Content

Drag Race's Aja has joined OnlyFans

"And yes it is a testament to sexuality and art."

MikelleStreet

RuPaul's Drag Race has given the world so much. Namely, it's ushered in a whole new level of celebrity for a growing family of drag performers. These performers are launching podcasts, releasing books, starting makeup companies, and more. They are hosting reality shows, appearing on Oscar-winning films, and just doing the damn thing. And with the popularity of fan sites like OnlyFans, Drag Race has ushered in a growing group of premium content creators.

After Plastique Tiara, Katya, and Shea Coulee joined the platform, now the former show contestant Aja has as well.

"Wow so I'm making an OnlyFans I think," they posted earlier this week. Now, they've gone through with the idea.

"and yes it is a testament to sexuality and art," they wrote in another tweet. "18+ and [Not Safe For Work] -- it's a vault of old content. Truly raising money to finish my album. I'm not ashamed, very empowered. Own your body and be true to you."

Following their showing on Drag Race, Aja has stepped away from the idea of doing "drag." Performing onstage, these days to their own tracks, they view whatever they wear (whether that be a femme fantasy or something more masculine-presenting) to simply be an extension of their artistry as opposed to a different persona. Now, in an effort to help fund that exact artistry, fans are being offered a more intimate look. And for fans subscribing now, the nonbinary musician is offering a deal.

Other Drag Race alum -- like Tiara and Coulee -- have stopped short of promising anything NSFW in their posts. They, like many other celebrities, use the platform for mostly behind the scenes imagery or custom, stylized shoots.

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Mikelle Street

Mikelle is the former editorial director of digital for PrideMedia, guiding digital editorial and social across Out, The Advocate, Pride.com, Out Traveler, and Plus. After starting as a freelancer for Out in 2013, he joined the staff as Senior Editor working across print and digital in 2018. In early 2021 he became Out's digital director, marking a pivot to content that centered queer and trans stories and figures, exclusively. In September 2021, he was promoted to editorial director of PrideMedia. He has written cover stories on Ricky Martin, Miss Fame, Nyle DiMarco, Jeremy O. Harris, Law Roach, and Symone.

Mikelle is the former editorial director of digital for PrideMedia, guiding digital editorial and social across Out, The Advocate, Pride.com, Out Traveler, and Plus. After starting as a freelancer for Out in 2013, he joined the staff as Senior Editor working across print and digital in 2018. In early 2021 he became Out's digital director, marking a pivot to content that centered queer and trans stories and figures, exclusively. In September 2021, he was promoted to editorial director of PrideMedia. He has written cover stories on Ricky Martin, Miss Fame, Nyle DiMarco, Jeremy O. Harris, Law Roach, and Symone.