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English teacher Romi Chase joins OnlyFans and becomes a millionaire

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Romi Chase, a former school teacher who was once told to “cover up” because of her uncontainable bosom, has become a millionaire from hawking her wares on OnlyFans, Yahoo! News reports.

It took just 18 months of OnlyFans efforts for Florida resident Romi Chase to achieve millionaire status.

The 28-year-old emigrated to the United States from Poland in 2017 after life in Central Europe grew dull for the fun-loving English teacher. 

Now a millionaire thanks to OnlyFans, Romi Chase at first had trouble making a living in her adopted nation.

However she was unable to secure teaching opportunities in the US and fell into glamour and boudoir modeling when her work permit was granted in 2019.

Former school teacher makes more than $1million on OnlyFans

Whereas in Poland her curvaceous figure was out of style, Chase found a market for her massive breasts in the U.S. 

“I couldn’t embrace [my body] back home because the beauty standards there are strict – blonde, blue eyes, long legs and no hips or you’re not very attractive,” Rom Chase recently told Jam Press as she celebrated becoming a millionaire thanks to OnlyFans.

“And being a plus size girl in Poland and embracing your sexuality is like a sin, you’re not supposed to.”

The Daily Star reports that having achieved the ultimate revenge of becoming a millionaire through OnlyFans, Romi Chase recalled the indignity of being a busty babe in Poland: “It’s like: ‘you’re fat, so cover up’.” 

Romi explained: “I’ve always been really creative and a sexual person.”

Ex-teacher told to ‘cover up’ curves banks $1million from sexy OnlyFans photos

“Having big boobs and a small waist is the desired look here, and I got so much attention,” Romi Chase said of the assets that have made her a millionaire through OnlyFans.

“I embraced that attention and dressed cute, and then felt more comfortable showing it off online.”

As she has revelled in millionaire status, Romi Chase says that her new career path has “empowered” her.

International Business Times reports that Chase was inundated with offers to shoot porn before she decided to take matters into her own hands.

Chase claimed she she’d received “hundreds” of offers for photo and video shoots after settling in Florida and in September 2019 she decided to invest in lighting and building a brand for herself.

Romi Chase: Former Teacher Ditched Job to Join OnlyFans after She Was Asked to Cover Up Her “Curves”

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Now keeping up her OnlyFans content is Romi Chase’s full-time job as she seeks to maintain her millionaire status.

She has said that she has to be disciplined in order to be successful in the DIY porn market.

“On average, I work 12 hours a day and since I’m in control of everything I keep my schedule flexible, so I can adjust to whatever is working that day,” Romi Chase said of how she leveraged OnlyFans to become a millionaire.

SheKnows reports that the COVID-19–related lockdowns turbo-charged interest in OnlyFans and has made many fortunes for enterprising people like Chase.

OnlyFans may have started with sex workers, but over time — especially during the pandemic — people who previously hadn’t considered themselves to be sex workers began creating profiles.

Sites Like OnlyFans Made Sex Work Possible During the Pandemic

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New book reveals how to win friends and influence post-COVID

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Prior to the pandemic, Jon Levy was best known as the founder of the Influencers Dinner, a regular roving dinner party of A-listers — strangers to each other — pulled from different industries. The location would be revealed shortly before the event, and there were a few ground rules: Everyone would cook dinner together, and no one could reveal their last name or where they worked. 

It was all very mysterious. 

“There would always be this moment where people arrive for the cocktail hour,” says Levy, a behavioral scientist and author of the new book, “You’re Invited: The Art and Science of Cultivating Influence.” “And they invariably say, ‘Do you mind if I call my wife? I just want to tell her I still have my kidneys.’ ” Past guests have included Nobel laureates, Olympic athletes, executives, scientists, and the Grammy-winning voice of the bark from “Who Let the Dogs Out.” 

This past year, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to their Zoom squares to socialize digitally, Levy realized that virtual events can be rewarding — they just have to be planned differently. 

“When TV came out, the answer to programming wasn’t to have people reading soap operas. The new platform created a new way to engage, and that’s the same with digital,” he explains. “When we design our events, we design the experiences to focus on you, the individual, so you feel you’re connecting with people. We start off by putting people in breakout rooms to meet each other. The key is not to leave people to interview each other. Humans do best when there’s a shared effort or activity. If I give you a puzzle to figure out or an icebreaker game, that’s really important. These games cause a shared investment of effort. Now you’re a team.” 

Levy’s work as a behavioral scientist focuses on influence and human connection, never more important than in the current times. 

“I really value bringing people together. And when you look at the research, people are getting lonelier and more isolated,” says Levy. “I’m all for people earning more money and having nice things, but it just doesn’t carry the day. And [by writing this], I was hoping that if I worked hard enough, we can begin to shift the cultural conversation about what gives people a higher quality of life.” 

Check out jonlevytlb.com/games for several different examples of activities to be played at virtual events. 

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Body of missing KPMG executive Alan White found in Texas

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The body of a Dallas businessman who has been missing since October was found in a wooded area of the Texas city.

A survey crew working for Paul Quinn College found human remains near the campus Thursday, police said.

The Dallas County Medical Examiner identified the remains as Alan White, an executive at accounting firm KPMG who was last seen gassing up his Porsche after a gym visit on Oct. 22.

The 55-year-old’s vehicle was found about a week later, and there were no signs of a struggle or accident.

“Your mind goes through all these scenarios of what could’ve happened,” White’s husband Rusty Jenkins said at the time. “But it’s all just kind of guesses until we get some facts or some leads. But your mind plays games all day of what did happen, what could’ve happened.”

There is a $10,000 reward for information related to the case.

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Disney World drops outdoor mask requirement

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The only people required to wear masks outside at Disney World will be the costumed characters.

The Orlando, Fla., park will only require customers to wear masks in indoor areas and on public transportation beginning Saturday, Blog Mickey reported.

The Friday announcement comes a day after Disney chief executive Bob Chapek touted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decision to lift mask requirements as “very big news,” that will cause an attendance spike at theme parks.

A relaxed mask policy, Chapek added, will be a relief to Disney World customers, “particularly if anybody’s been in Florida in the middle of summer with a mask on. That could be quite daunting.”

 Disneyland in California is still subject to the state’s mask order. 

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