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On October 17th, crowdfunding website Patreon amended the terms of its acceptable use policy as part of a wider program of reform.
The new document was now much more proscriptive about what the site's users could and could not use its payments platform for.
Roux told Engadget that Patreon's stance has caused a great deal of nervousness for the sex workers and artists who use the platform.
"They can't say they run a platform for niche artists and freedom of expression," Roux said, "and also arbitrarily decide what is and is not 'acceptable' adult content." The artist feels that any trust between the community and Patreon has now broken down as a result of the policy change. "It was definitely a big part of them gaining our trust."The only way that Roux can envisage Patreon becoming a trusted brand again is if the site says that it will welcome adult content and pornography onto its platform, even if that means placing it in a hidden, adults-only section.
"It's going to be very hard to believe them," she added.
One adult performer uses her account to create "sexy content for her fans." In addition, one of the reward tiers offered "personalized sexy pictures" and "access to a secret Instagram account." Higher-tier members were offered a "10 minute live webcam session, through Skype, once per month."Interestingly, even though this account appears to violate both the conditions for pornography and using webcam sessions as an incentive, the spokesperson didn't feel like that the account would likely be deleted.Despite Patreon's claims to the contrary, the site has clearly backed pornographers and sex workers in their projects.In 2016, the site very publicly enabled users to receive donations through Pay Pal subsidiary Braintree after a long battle with the e-commerce provider."There are reasons porn is dominated by big companies," Roux explained."It's very hard work to start your own site and start using a porn-safe [credit card] processor which is why you usually only see it from big stars." Patreon, she said, "was that niche platform where those just starting out could still find their audience." And there are very few alternatives available to those people who do not have the initial backing to launch such an enterprise.