A lot of women often worry about getting older and whether people will still find them sexy.
However, OnlyFans model Lana May says she feels sexier than ever in her forties.
The 42-year-old, who is from Russia originally, had been working in acting in LA.
However, she says she was fed up of being told to ‘lie about her age’ in the industry – and is loving the fact she can take control on OnlyFans.
In an exclusive chat with Daily Star, Lana told us: “I’m 42 and I’m proud of that.
“I was always told, especially in the acting world, that you should lie about your age.
“It meant I carried shame with my age for a long time – I was 30 for ten years,” she added.
“However when I started my OnlyFans, it was all different.
“I thought ‘I’m gonna tell my age and be proud’.
“It’s normal to age, so no one is going to shame me over it.”
Lana, who is mum to a 16-year-old daughter, says she “loves the fact” that women who are older than their twenties are getting attention and showing off their sexuality on OnlyFans.
“Sexuality no longer has an age limit or an expiration date,” she said.
Lana has been running her OnlyFans account for around a year, however she has big aspirations of what she’s going to achieve on there.
“I’m making a few thousand right now, but I only started it recently,” she said.
“Eventually, I want to make $100,000 (£75,000) a month from it.”
Asked about how far she goes on OnlyFans, Lana says she won’t go nude or do sex scenes.
“A lot of people ask for nudes, but I don’t do nudes,” she said.
“I’m just doing what feels comfortable to be at the moment, so the most I have is topless.
“I’ve been asked for sex scenes, and there’s wrong with it, but it’s just not something I’m into.”
As well as OnlyFans, Lana also runs her own massage business and is a life coach to men too.
She says her businesses often intertwine and lead to even more custom for her.
“Massage clients sometimes subscribe to my OnlyFans or become a coaching client,” she says.
“I used to be scared to mix being sexy with serious, but my clients really respect me and what I do.
“You would think they’d be inappropriate, but they share their heart and biggest issues.
“All the businesses work great together and I can only see it getting better.”
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