I am very happy, pleased, and proud that “Maddy Rose” is on the adult website OnlyFans. Three years ago when I first saw her on Facebook, I wrote an article describing how exceptionally attractive and photogenic she was, https://dickinson58601.com/2017/12/11/the-beautiful-photographs-of-maddie-gower/
From her late teen years, Maddie enjoyed being photographed and taking photographs of herself to post on Facebook and Instagram. She posted a couple of photos every day, which received many compliments.
In a way, I think that Maddie was an introvert, a little shy, maybe feeling awkward or out-of-place sometimes. Maddie and her family were not from the United States, they moved here from Australia when Maddie and her younger sister Emma were in their pre-teens or early teen years. Trying on and modelling clothes seemed to put Maddie into a mood where she was enjoying what she was doing.
I looked Maddie up to find out more about her, and understand her, and I read what she was saying to try to piece together what was going on in her life. The university where she went to school, her romantic relationships, her friends, and family were things that sometimes stressed her out. But modelling was something that allowed her to escape.
In order for the reader to understand what Maddie wanted to show and show more of several years ago, here are a few links to some of her Facebook photographs:
Back in 2017-2018, at least several times Facebook closed Maddie’s Facebook page because viewers were reporting that her Facebook profile was fake, because “nobody looked like that, she can’t be real.” Several times she had to send a copy of her driver’s license to Facebook to prove that she was a real person, in order to get her Facebook page back. This was one of the ways that Facebook and people tried to censor her.
I am happy that Maddie is on OnlyFans, because now she can be photographed however she wants, without anyone being able to censor her, and get paid for what she is doing. She received an enormous amount of views and compliments in the past, but now she gets to be paid.
I am very pleased that Maddie is on OnlyFans, because now I get to see more intimate photographs of her. (Maybe one day I can, but OnlyFans won’t accept my American Express card or my VISA card.)
I am proud of Maddie, because she has a talent, she has something that is very sought after, admired, and valued, and she can get paid for it now, just like an artist, musician, athlete, actor, or entrepreneur. She enjoys what she is doing, and people enjoy seeing her. I feel like she is being open and generous, and I wish that more women could be like her.
Before any people start protesting me on her behalf, she invites people on her Facebook page and her Instagram to go see her on OnlyFans.
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Side Note 1/17/21: On Saturday night 1/16/21 when I tried to sign up for OnlyFans and use my American Express credit card, and then my VISA credit card to subscribe to Maddy Rose, both of these credit cards were declined, or the charges would not go through. Then there was a very strange-to-me, “authentication/verification” page with a requirement that I submit to something like an online videoing/photography of myself to verify that it was me when using OnlyFans, which I was not going to do. This just seem bizarre/fraudulent to me, and I don’t understand it.
On the following morning at 8:10 a.m. Sunday morning, my phone was ringing with a 1-844 number marked as “Potential Spam”. I was so angry at receiving a spam/scam call first thing on Sunday morning that I answered this phone call. The caller said that they were from the Bank that issued my VISA card, had I tried to make a payment to OnlyFans recently?
Then I was really, really mad, believing that the OnlyFans sign-up page had been hacked, and now a scammer was calling me to get my credit card information. As I let this caller continue, it began to appear that this was not a scam, this “Bank” was not really wanting to gather any additional personal information, they were trying to see if this was a fraudulent charge attempt or not.
Whether this customer service employee was supposed to tell me this or not, when I asked her to explain what was this was all about, she said that so many people had tried to cancel their subscription to OnlyFans by reporting it as a “fraudulent charge” to their credit card company, rather than go through the OnlyFans customer service, that this Bank began to treat most of the first-attempt OnlyFans sign-up charges as “possibly fraudulent”. I never did give any of my personal information, but this customer service agent was very decent and polite.