“I was missing that intimacy we had, and a lot of it was because I was going through menopause,” she explained to People. “No matter what you do, you don’t feel attracted or sexy… so we tried different things to spice up our marriage.”
“It’s a way that I can work on our intimacy and I can live out my fantasies,” she added. “In doing these pictures, it gives you the self-confidence where I’m like, ‘I do feel sexy again.'”
Jackson never imagined anyone would subscribe to her channel, but within the first month, she had made $14,000 from her “risqué photos” and “sexy stories.” Today, she and her husband earn as much as $150,000 per month for “pretty tame” posts on their account.
Everything was going well for Jackson and her family until July 2020. According to Jackson, that’s when one of the dads from Sacred Heart Parish School, where her three sons go to school, found the OnlyFans page. Naturally, word of the page spread like wildfire, and some of the moms demanded her three sons be expelled.
“Their whole strategy from day one was, ‘I’m gonna take you down,'” she said. “It was gut-wrenching, having them send my photos to school saying, ‘This is disgusting and this is gross.'”
According to Jackson, some of the moms at the school were so adamant about getting her sons expelled that they even sent an anonymous packet full of her risqué photos to the principal, bishop and church.
When Jackson and her husband learned about the envelope, they said they emailed the superintendent to try and clear everything up, but they never heard back.
After months of campaigning, the moms’ efforts paid off. According to an email obtained by CBS13, the school recently informed the Jacksons that their sons were no longer welcome at Sacred Heart Parish, writing, “Your apparent quest for high profile controversy in support of your adult website is in direct conflict with what we hope to impart to our students.”
Ultimately, Jackson is disheartened by her fellow moms’ efforts and hopes her story will remind people to treat others with empathy and understanding.
“In the year 2021, here we are, trying to bring a woman down for her choices and what she does with her husband,” she said. “It’s body shaming and bullying all encompassed into one and it’s such a double standard and disturbing.”
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