Woman, 26, raked in £40,000-a-year selling nude snaps to sugar daddies

Former restaurant manager, 26, reveals she’s raked in more than £40,000 in a year selling nude pictures to sugar daddies – with the help of her ‘super supportive’ mum

  • Tanith Parfitt, 26, from Cardiff, Wales, ‘fell into’ line of work seven years ago
  • Claims she’s made over £40, 000 a year flogging nude snaps to sugar daddies 
  • Added her ‘super supportive’ mum even gave her her stripper name

A former restaurant manager claims she’s raked in more than £40,000 a year flogging nude pics to sugar daddies – and her ‘super supportive’ mum even gave her her stripper name.

Tanith Parfitt, 26, from Cardiff, Wales, ‘fell into’ the unusual line of work seven years ago when she when she found her first sugar daddy online while struggling to pay rent as a student.

Within hours, he had bought her pizza and paid off all her bills, before allocating an £800 weekly allowance and even funding lavish trips for her to go to hotels and spas.

Earning more than £40,000 a year through the five-year arrangement, Tanith claims she never met the sugar daddy and simply asked the man about his day and occasionally sent nude images of herself.

Tanith Parfitt (pictured), 26, from Cardiff, Wales, claims she’s raked in more than £40,000 a year flogging nude pics to sugar daddies – and her ‘super supportive’ mum even gave her her stripper name

The former restaurant manager (pictured) ‘fell into’ the unusual line of work seven years ago when she when she found her first sugar daddy online while struggling to pay rent as a student

When the sugar daddy got a girlfriend and ended the set-up, Tanith admits she had a ‘taste for money’ and started selling ‘on demand’ naked pictures of herself through social media.

As well as earning up to £280 selling nude pictures to clients, she also sells her used underwear on demand – making up to £180 per pair.

Despite all the extra cash, she continued working full-time as a bar and restaurant manager until she was recently made unemployed due to covid – yet had even been recognised by her other ‘customers’ while at work.

After seven years as a ‘sugar baby’, Tanith admits she has become the ‘black sheep’ of the family and been branded ‘scum’ by some relatives.

However her mum is ‘super supportive’ and even gave her her stripper name of ‘Awesome’, claiming if she was younger she would do it herself.

Claiming her work makes her feel ’empowered’, Tanith hopes sharing her experience shows it’s ‘not a dirty job’.

As well as earning up to £280 selling nude pictures to clients, Tanith (pictured) also sells her used underwear on demand – making up to £180 per pair.

After seven years as a ‘sugar baby’, Tanith (pictured) admits she has become the ‘black sheep’ of the family and been branded ‘scum’ by some relatives

‘I enjoy what I do. I enjoy sex so I don’t see why there should be a problem,’ said Tanith. ‘I don’t see why it should be a taboo thing to talk about. Everyone has sex. Everyone has got to enjoy sex.

‘If someone prefers to purchase from me rather than watch free porn online, that’s absolutely fine. There’s a demand and I am here to supply.

‘I’m terrible when it comes to a game of Never Have I Ever because I’ve done it all. It’s dreadful.

‘There’s still stigma – even though it’s getting better. We need to educate people and show them it’s not a dirty job.

‘There are so many different reasons for it. I don’t know why these men are buying my photos, but if it helps them and makes them happy then crack on. [People like me are] literally just providing happiness.

‘When I was in school, we had to make up a story in school and protest our views on it. Mine was actually on brothels and prostitution.

‘My teacher was a bit, ‘what? Kids shouldn’t be talking about this’. I’ve always been pro-choice and very strong-minded in my views.

‘It isn’t a surprise to me that I have fallen into this sort of work because I’ve always supported everyone who has done it. I see no wrong at all.

‘If I could literally walk around with a banner all day every day that says, ‘legalise brothels’, I would.

Claiming her work makes her feel ’empowered’, Tanith (pictured) hopes sharing her experience shows it’s ‘not a dirty job’

Tanith (pictured) claims her regular customers for her nude images includes one childhood friend with a girlfriend – but nothing is mentioned when they hang out in public

‘Brothels are the safest place for women to continue their work. Obviously if it’s found out, it will be shut down immediately and the women will be arrested.

‘I want it to be legal and safe and normalised. If sex workers were raped, they would feel terrified about contacting the police because of what their job is.’

Tanith claims she prefers to stick to social media rather than subscription websites, as the one-on-one contact helps her to earn more money.

She claims her regular customers for her nude images includes one childhood friend with a girlfriend – but nothing is mentioned when they hang out in public.

Despite losing her job as a restaurant manager after furlough, Tanith claims she was open with co-workers about her other work and even had one awkward encounter with a customer who recognised her.

Tanith, who worked for three years as a stripper too, said: ‘Unfortunately I have just been laid off during furlough, so I am looking for a new job. I was a full-time manager of a bar and restaurant.

‘I had an awkward moment with one of my regulars as it turns out I had given him a lap dance in the past.

‘He had been coming in a lot whenever I was on shift. He came in once and said, ‘look, I recognise you but I don’t know where from. What are your hobbies?’.

‘He was going through things which made no sense as to how we would have known each other, but then it clicked in my head.

‘I thought, ‘I’m not going to mention anything about the fact I used to be a dancer’.

‘I got lucky because as a stripper, a lot of clientele asked if I did sell [nude images]. I have also had a lot of people I don’t know message me. People say, ‘do you sell nudes’ and I go, ‘yes’.

‘One of my regular customers is someone I’ve known since I was six years old and he actually has a girlfriend. He has been a regular customer for a good few years now.

‘We meet up in public, we’re chill and nothing is ever mentioned about it. I don’t feel like I should feel awkward about it really.

‘At the end of the day they’re the ones who contact me about it and ask if I can sell them naked pictures, and I’m more than happy to oblige.

When her previous sugar daddy got a girlfriend and ended the set-up, Tanith (pictured) admits she had a ‘taste for money’ and started selling ‘on demand’ naked pictures of herself through social media

Tanith (pictured) claims she has always been honest about her work to her friends and family – with her supportive mum even helping to choose her stripper name

‘If people want content, they have to come to me directly. I find that way that I can charge more.

‘There isn’t another way for these guys to see me naked, and if they want to see me naked they will have to pay.’

Tanith claims she has always been honest about her work to her friends and family – with her supportive mum even helping to choose her stripper name.

However she claims her line of work has made her the ‘black sheep’ and she is now estranged from her extended family.

‘I’ve had people threaten to blackmail me, threaten to tell my family members,’ she explained. ‘I have had a few family members tell me I am absolute scum. I am the black sheep of my family because of my sex work.

‘My mum is super supportive. My mum is awesome. My dad knows I do it, but he doesn’t speak about it. My mum’s extended family all hate me.

‘I told my mum that I was going to become a stripper. I told her I had a sugar daddy. My mum was really chilled about it. When I became a stripper she named me my stripper name.

‘She said, “I’m your mother, I’m supposed to name you'” My mum has been super supportive. ‘I’ve been very honest with her and told her everything. She said, ‘do it. If I was young enough I would’.’

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