OnlyFans model exposed and leered at as teen believes schools should ban skirts

A woman who has become known for her illicit content online believes all schools should ban girls from wearing skirts.

Fenella Fox, 29, from Worcester, England, is so successful on OnlyFans that she is on track to earn £1million.

While she proudly shows off her body online, she believes girls shouldn’t be allowed to wear skirts in school.

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She says that this is because when she was in high school, wearing a skirt was heavily sexualised.

“Many of the young girls including myself had their skirts lifted up in front of others to reveal their knickers by girls and boys usually to entertain a male audience,” she exclusively told Daily Star.

I had a very negative experience in high school with the over-sexualisation of my body as it developed earlier than the other girls in my school.

“I, therefore, experienced sexual harassment, bullying and assault as a young teen by my classmates.

“It opened my eyes to a lot at a young age and one of the things was how unfair it was that girls had more uniform rules than boys. I may have had a much safer and more positive experience as a teenager if I wore trousers with a belt that couldn't easily be pulled down or up.”

When she eventually left this high school to go to a different school, she started to question gender roles and sexism.

Fenella realised that a skirt isn’t something girls are born with and isn’t necessary to be a part of their uniform.

She continued: “A skirt restricts a young girl in ways a pair of trousers wouldn't. We can't run around and climb trees like a boy can if we're wearing knee-length skirts!

“I think a uniform should be fair and safe. For example, black trousers from a uniform shop being worn by all would solve many issues schools currently face with their uniforms."

The brunette beauty also thinks being told to wear black trousers during school is great preparation for the future, as they’re also a common uniform after leaving school.

Fenella doesn’t think teenagers fully understand the importance of a uniform and school rules and sometimes it takes terrible things to happen for them to realise.

She added: “It's a shame we have to do so much to protect young girls but it is reality right now and these things don't change overnight.”

The OnlyFans star believes that young men need to be better educated and taught to treat women and girls with respect.

“There is absolutely a problem with young boys and men that I don't believe people are doing enough about as sometimes it feels like it's only getting worse,” she shared.

“I have a majority male audience online and have done for over 11 years now so I've got to know a lot about men. I have seen that many of them are very lonely and feel confused.

“I know a lot of them want to feel loved by a woman but feel as if they are alien to them. I think social media has pushed men and women apart when we should be using it to bring each other closer.”

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