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Parents make $50,000 a month from “realistic” porn videos

It might be awkward if their kids have a parenting day at school.

A British mum and dad cemented their place in the amateur porn pantheon by documenting their realistic “sex sessions” – a racy side hustle that reportedly earns them close to $50,000 (£35,000) a month. The sincere couple detailed their lusty lifestyle in an interview with British TV show Real Fix, the South West News Service reported.

“We never get bored,” says Jess Miller, 33, who started filming skin flicks four years ago with her husband Mike, 34.

Now, Southend-on-Sea residents are making around $46,200 a month from Pornhub. fan friendly and her OnlyFans pagewhich has a whopping 900,000 subscribers.

The sexhibitionist soulmates partly attribute their attraction to the fact that they are actually married, which makes their sex tapes appear less produced and more natural.

“We put a camera in the room and people can see what it’s really like when we have sex,” Jess, who is a part-time makeup artist, explained her tactic. “I don’t really feel like porn stars – as we’re just doing what we normally would, other than filming it.”

The mother-of-two added that many fans “say it’s nice to see true love,” while some gazers even claim her videos “saved their relationship.”

Mike, a former personal trainer, summed it up like this: “I have sex with my wife every day and I love life and I get paid for it.”

The porn lovers plan to add threesomes to their OnlyFans curriculum.
The porn lovers plan to add threesomes to their OnlyFans curriculum.
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"We put a camera in the room and people can see what it's really like when we have sex." explained Jess Miller.
“We put a camera in the room and people can see what it’s really like when we have sex,” explained Jess Miller.
@jessmikemillerxx/ Instagram
"I have sex with my wife every day and love life and get paid for it," said mike.
“I have sex with my wife every day and I love life and I get paid for it,” Mike said.
@jessmikemillerxx/ Instagram

The Millers’ journey to pornstardom began in 2012 after Jess met their future co-star at the gym he was working at at the time, SWNS reported.

After hitting it off, the lovebirds tied the knot in 2017 and had a son, now 8. The couple are also raising Jess’ 12-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.

Mike said they decided to do porn because they were “struggling to have good time together because we were stressed with our businesses.

“I thought this could be a great part-time job for us,” added Mike, and the two released their first video on the online entertainment company in 2018.

The adult entertainers say they do "receive nasty comments on the internet" but it doesn't concern them.
The adult entertainers said that while they “receive nasty comments online,” it didn’t bother them.
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Along with their aforementioned porn platforms, the Paar has a website that allows viewers to access all of their sitesand even send special requests.

“We made £150 [$197] just for a video of us tickling each other,” said Jess, who frequently posts hot snaps for the 131,000 followers of the couple on Instagram.

“I was asked by someone to dress up as Elsa and play the ‘Frozen’ song in the background,” she recalled. “I said no to that.”

The porn lovers recently upped their game and introduced a third member to their sincere carnal assemblies – a move They teased on different platforms. “FIRST THREESOME VID COMING THIS WEEK!!” wrote the Millers on OnlyFans. “Come and get naughty with us, you won’t regret it!!!”

Mike and Jess Miller make $46,195.45 monthly on Pornhub, Fansly and their OnlyFans page, which has a whopping 900,000 subscribers.
Mike and Jess Miller make more than $46,000 a month across Pornhub, Fansly and their OnlyFans page, which has a whopping 900,000 subscribers.
@jessmikemillerxx/ Instagram

Jess admitted the move was “nerve-wracking but we see it as work and we’re all professionals.”

While the Millers initially kept their side gig a secret, it was reportedly only about a month before some friends found out; They decided to come in to their family in 2020.

Jess said her coming out party went surprisingly well.

“Well, I told my mom from there and she was really scared,” she claimed. “All our families care about is that we are happily married and that we love each other.”

Surprisingly, the Millers got a similar reaction when they spilled the beans on their kids. “Our eldest knows pretty much everything,” Jess explained. “I ask him what he thinks and he just says, ‘It’s none of my business.’

“You’re too young to know exactly what we’re doing, our eldest was very mature and said as long as we’re happy and love them then it’s not a problem at all,” she added.

Jess says the couple's children were more than accepting. "One is too young to know exactly what we do, our eldest was very mature and said as long as we are happy and love them it's no problem at all," She said.
Jess said the couple’s children accepted. “You’re too young to know exactly what we’re doing, our eldest was very mature and said as long as we’re happy and love them then it’s not a problem at all,” she said.
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The adult entertainers say they “receive nasty comments online,” but that doesn’t bother them.

Ultimately, the skin dealers claim that their porn career brought them closer.

“Our bond is stronger than ever,” Jess said. “We’re happy and our kids are happy, that’s all that matters.”

The Millers aren’t the first lovebirds to enter the adult entertainment industry. In June, a disgraced Australian police officer who was infamously caught snorting coke off a Playboy model’s naked body, began a porn career with the same woman.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/24/parents-make-50k-per-month-doing-realistic-porn-videos/ Parents make $50,000 a month from “realistic” porn videos

Dais Johnston

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