This Is What You'll Find On Jordyn Woods' OnlyFans

News broke in October 2020 that Jordyn Woods joined OnlyFans, a social media platform where fans pay a monthly subscription in exchange for exclusive content. (In Woods' case, fans can access her account for $20 per month.) The platform is primarily known for its NSFW videos from porn stars and sex workers, but garnered mainstream attention amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, celebs like Cardi B and Bella Thorne have accounts, with Woods becoming the latest star to join the somewhat controversial platform.

Woods — who, of course, used to be best friends with Kylie Jenner – told Complex that she decided to join OnlyFans due to its liberating and open-minded nature. As she explained, it's a platform where people can "be authentic to ourselves."

"I love all of my social media platforms. I love Instagram. I love Twitter. I just feel like OnlyFans gives me a completely separate opportunity to really be on a platform that has no judgment," she told the outlet. Still, she expressed a bit of nerves about the decision: "Sometimes, when people step out of their shell, it's a lot for people to digest. For me, I want people to be able to be prepared to take it in."

Read on to find out the type of content Woods will be sharing on her account!

Jordyn Woods has a specific vision in mind when it comes to her OnlyFans

Jordyn Woods is nothing if not laser-focused on her career and her image, so it comes as no surprise that she knows exactly what she is going to share on OnlyFans. Specifically, she let her followers know that she wasn't going to be "taking photos out of [her] phone and posting it," telling Complex that, instead, she will be working with a professional photographer to curate photos that depict her in a different light.

"I have teamed up with one of my absolute favorite photographers, Steven Gomillion, who has created some of the most iconic photos," Woods said. "We're creating art on here; we're not posting just random selfies. There's going to be really edgy, iconic photos of me on there, and it felt like OnlyFans was the right platform to launch this project because it's completely different than anything that I've ever done."

While she is concentrating on uploading bold images at the moment, that doesn't mean she won't share video content in the future. "I know that these images are going to speak volumes on their own, but who's to say [what the content will be] in a year from now?" Woods told Complex. "It's not limited to just photos, but you know, with any good project, I think you just kind of try it out and then you grow with it."