OnlyFans is a popular subscription-based platform that allows users to monetize their content. It has become increasingly popular in recent years, with many celebrities and influencers using the platform to share exclusive content with their fans. However, not all countries are embracing the platform. In fact, some countries have gone so far as to ban it altogether.

Angola in Africa is the only country that has a literal ban on OnlyFans. The country’s government has declared the platform to be illegal and has blocked access to it. This means that anyone in Angola who tries to access the platform will be blocked.

China is almost there when it comes to banning OnlyFans. The Chinese government has been vocal in its disapproval of the platform, and has taken steps to limit its use. The government has blocked access to the platform, and has even threatened to shut down websites that allow people to access it.

Myanmar and Switzerland are also considering banning OnlyFans. Both countries have expressed concerns about the platform and its potential to be used for inappropriate content. While no official bans have been put in place yet, both countries are actively looking into the possibility.

It is clear that not all countries are embracing OnlyFans. While some countries are allowing the platform to operate, others are taking steps to limit or even ban it altogether. Angola is the only country that has a literal ban on the platform, but China, Myanmar, and Switzerland are all considering bans of their own. It remains to be seen how this situation will play out in the future.

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