A mother in Los Angeles claims she’s the victim of “jealous” moms who targeted her for her profession.
31-year-old Lena Nersesian generates income from OnlyFans and says other mothers at her daughter’s daycare cant stand it.
“I think some of these moms think I’m going to strip and start having sex with their husbands right there if they don’t watch my every move,” Nersesian said, according to the NY Post. “In their minds, I’m some kind of perverted sexual beast that wants to sleep with anything that moves.”
She claims she’s “too hot for daycare,” and the other mothers give her “death stares” when she drops her daughter off for child care.
Nersesian is vocal about her open relationship with her fiancé, Adam John Grandmaison, who she commits sex acts with on her subcription-based OnlyFans account.
While her OnlyFans is behind a pay wall, her YouTube channel features sexual content other mothers might have found uncomfortable, such as her Fleshlight molding.
In another video, Nersesian revealed that she lets other people sleep with Grandmaison.
“I’m not a homewrecker; I’m a successful blogger, entrepreneur and businesswoman who has built my brand up from nothing,” Nersesian said. “My fiancé is just as successful and we have respect for ourselves and others, regardless of what some people may think.”
Nersesian says other judgments don’t both her, citing the recent wave of ‘progressive’ culture narratives.
“It’s sad in a way but only for them,” she said. “It’s 2022 and people should be able to see beyond lazy stereotypes.
“Unfortunately, they are still well-entrenched with some people, but there is nothing I can do about that,” she added.
She claims her life aside from her sex work is very “normal” and consists of home cooking, trips to parks, and the movies.
“I hate to disappoint but most of my home life is incredibly normal and very unexciting,” the adult conten creator claimed.
“I’m a big foodie and love cooking for the family; it could be anything from baking to a roast but it is great family time together,” she said.
She went on to defend herself for her choice of profession, adding that sex work is progress for all women.
“It may not be to everyone’s taste but I love it and it makes me feel sexy and fulfilled. It also puts a roof over my family and food on the table,” she said. “If that is not freedom and progression for women, then I don’t know what is.”
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