OnlyFans Founder Tim Stokely Steps Down As CEO

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Five years after OnlyFans exploded during the coronavirus lockdown, its founder is leaving. Tim Stokely is handing over the CEO job to Amrapali “Ami” Gan, the company’s chief marketing and communications officer.

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The founder of the subscription-based social media site favored by sex workers and adult entertainers has stepped down as chief executive. Tim Stokely is handing the job over to Ami Gan, a spokesperson for the company.

Gan has a unique background that she hopes will help OnlyFans weather the coronavirus pandemic. She’s a former marketing director for brands including Red Bull, Quest Nutrition and a cannabis cafe.


Tim Stokely, the founder of OnlyFans, recently explained why the platform had no choice but to ban explicit content. He said banks like BNY Mellon and JPMorgan had created “unfair obstacles” by imposing rules on companies associated with sex work.

He has handed over the CEO role to Amrapali “Ami” Gan, who joined OnlyFans in 2020 as marketing and communications chief. She wants to expand the company into a mainstream social platform.


Many OnlyFans creators were professional sex workers who expanded their businesses or supplemented their incomes during the coronavirus lockdowns. But others were not, including special education teachers and vloggers.

The company reportedly boomed during the pandemic, but OnlyFans faces criticism for its sexually explicit content. Stokely says banks like JPMorgan Chase flagged wire transfers, and London’s Metro Bank closed its corporate account in 2019. She insists the company supports creators beyond finances.

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CEO Amrapali Gan is working to address misconceptions about the platform and promote it as more than a purveyor of pornography. She keeps tabs on her own personal subscriptions and encourages black, POC and plus-size sex workers to use the site.


Founded in 2016 by Timothy Stokely, London-based OnlyFans is one of the world’s largest content-sharing platforms. The site has a wide range of content creators, including sex workers and celebrities.

OnlyFans gained widespread attention in 2020 during the COVID lockdowns as sex workers used the platform to make money and sell explicit content. But the site has since tried to shed its image as a porn hub.

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After the coronavirus pandemic, OnlyFans skyrocketed as a platform for amateur sex work. But when the company announced it would ban sexually explicit content, many of its creators lost faith in the platform.

Now, OnlyFans’s founder Tim Stokely is stepping down, and marketing chief Amrapali “Ami” Gan is taking over as CEO. Her job may be tougher than ever.


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