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A 21-year-old woman pulls in $10,000 a month acting like a puppy on OnlyFans. The Austin, Texas resident created an OnlyFans account to earn a little extra cash for bills.

But after posting "vanilla" content for 18 months, Jenna Phillips told The Mirror the money was slow rolling in. That's when Phillips decided to begin acting like an adorable puppy on the subscription platform.

"I have always acted like a puppy, but not in a sexual way at first. I used to pretend I was a puppy when I was growing up," Phillips, 21, told the Mirror. "Looking back on it now, it's kind of always been there. I just didn't know there was a scene — I just thought it was my personality."

She added: "When it comes to pet play, the majority of girls do kittens, foxes or rabbits, and the majority of puppies are men. I thought about it for a long time when I first got into pet play. I feel like a dog."

Phillips is among a growing number of people raking in cash on OnlyFans by playing cute animals.

The "furry fandom" is a subculture community of people who dress up in giant animal mascot costumes. But "furries" take their animal obsession to a different level - one that involves a fur fetish. They are capitalizing on their fetish on OnlyFans.

Phillips doesn't go that far. She avoids dressing up in fur. Phillips earns over $10,000 a month posting kinky videos on OnlyFans. She has a following of 215,000 on TikTok.

Phillips told Vice she earns enough money to quit her job as an optician and dedicate herself full-time to puppy play, including eating dog food out of a bowl.

"It's insane," she told Vice. "I never thought my weird dog kink would be looked at by a broad audience, or that so many people would like/care about it. It still blows my mind."

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Black Twitter was in a frenzy this week when Joe Budden's ex-fiancee Cyn Santana revealed sordid details about his bizarre relationship with his male dog.

The former couple are in the midst of a bitter child custody battle involving their 2-year-old son Lexington.

The details of Joe's perversion came to light in a leaked phone call and court documents this week.

Cyn claimed Joe chased her around their house and dragged her before kicking her and their son out of his home without any means of financial support. Joe and Cyn are pictured above during happier times in Miami in 2017.

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But the more troubling allegations, Joe's disturbing relationship with his dog, were detailed in court documents.

"Defendant has a male dog whom he loves and showers with attention," Cyn noted.

"While most of Defendant's interactions with the dog are appropriate, I have observed on several occasions one particularly bizarre behavior by Defendant.

"Without putting too fine a point on it, suffice to say that Defendant has not only expressed concern for the dog's lack of a sexual partner, but has personally assumed responsibility for relieving any pent-up canine sexual tension.

"Defendant, for reasons I cannot fathom, has personally masturbated the dog. Defendant repeatedly states that he sees this function as his responsibility since there are no 'bitches' around to provide a sexual outlet for the dog."

In a recent video, Joe admitted "playing" with the dog's private parts to make him "feel good." And in one of Joe's podcast episodes, the 40-year-old Virgo is seen playing with his co-host Rory's dog.

After Rory laughed nervously and tells him to "stop raping my dog," Joe shamed Rory, saying: "See, that's how I know he's not a real animal lover. Anybody with a pet, you've done a little something down there to make your dog feel good."

R&B legend Isaac Hayes' son, Isaac Hayes III defended the troubled former rapper on Twitter.

"So @JoeBudden turns down a new Spotify deal cause he's been steadfast about owning his content and less than a week later there's an entire smear campaign against him. So if you can't own him destroy him. Anyone participating in this is evil and wack."

Isaac's tweet was marked "not helpful" by Twitter support.

Black Twitter overwhelmingly disagreed.


 

 

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Coprophilia, also known as Scatophilia or Scat, was in the headlines this week after NFL star Odell Beckham Jr. was accused of being sexually arousal by bowel movements.

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The 27-year-old Cleveland Browns wide receiver trended on Twitter after adult film star Slim Danger, who shares a child with rapper Chief Keef, went on a podcast and accused the football star of having an obsession with watching people defecate or being defecated on.

A morbid attraction or fetish for the smell, taste or sight of feces is a paraphilia often associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

The paraphilia begins in childhood when toddlers take pleasure in holding or retaining and then expelling their stool or urine.

Coprophilia can be reinforced by masturbation and may become a fetish by age 17.

Each time masturbation reinforces the coprophilia, it becomes more difficult to modify or erase the behavior.

This can cause significant stress and anxiety or impairment of social or occupational functioning in men, according to Psychology Today.

The disorder is rare and impacts 20 times more males than females. Women tend to be repulsed by the odor of excrement.

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Most men with the disorder hide their fetish in more traditional sexual activity with women. They may prefer that women use straps on them during sex. The man will usually forego the use of enemas to evacuate his bowels before sex.

Coprophilia, or Scatophilia, is largely ignored in psychology. Any literature on the subject groups it in with other paraphilias such as necrophilia or pedophilia.

"People with paraphilia seem to have grown up in dysfunctional environments and to have had early sexual experiences that limited their ability to be sexually stimulated by consensual sexual activity," according to the text Human Sexuality.

Paraphilias are treated with counseling and therapy to help men cope with their anxiety and modify their behavior. But most men with the disorder never self-report and tend to hide their shame.

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