ManyVids Performers Band Together to Protest Over-Saturation of Contests on the Platform

Hot on the heels of popular clip site ManyVids announcing the “ManyVids Community Awards” with only a weeks notice, many performer powerhouses on the site have reached their breaking point with what seems like never ending contests on the platform, in addition to recent platform changes that are allocating funds previously given to top performers to contest winners instead. While many performers may have differing opinions on where the funds should’ve gone, it is nearly universally agreed upon that contests were not the place. Models have become impatient with the wait for “ManyVids Version 2” as well as other promised updates to the website that were announced during the MV Live Hangout with ManyVids CEO Bella French.

Join the peaceful protest with a simple photo and social media post

These performers have decided to band together in protest of the endless contests on the platform, the unfair payment percentage of contest votes, and the lack of support from the ManyVids team in working towards making content a priority on the platform. Participation is simple and open to any performer on ManyVids that would like to express their dissatisfaction with the contest heavy environment on ManyVids, simply enter the ManyVids Community Awards with a photo of yourself holding a sign that says, “Porn Shouldn’t Be a Contest” and upload the photo to social media with your explanation for joining the protest with the hashtag #CommunityOverContests

The movement is backed by ManyVids Top 100 performer Ellie Idol, YNOT writer Alison Sparks, sensual domme and fetish producer Miss Metal, Webcam Startup CEO Aerie Saunders, and more performers looking to see positive change on the platform. We look forward to seeing your creative entries and explanations for why you believe that community is more important than contests!

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