'They want it to smell musky': US woman ditches fashion marketing to sell used adult performers' memorabilia

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Malay Mail
Malay Mail

KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 ― A woman in the US is making a living from selling used porn star memorabilia.

Natasha Root got into the trade after she dreamt a porn star telling her to sell her used breast implants and Root went on to set up the Fans Utopia website, Daily Mail reported.

Root said the site markets OnlyFans stars’ and adult performers’ used memorabilia, consisting of everything from underwear to sex toys with each item selling from £165 (RM888).

It was unclear how Root gets the items.

Root said she had gone to extreme lengths to ensure her customers received a satisfactory shopping experience.

“With the bras and stuff you’re not always going to find fluids and stuff there, but you do have to check for smell on them because all the men and women who buy these things are very specific.

“They will smell all the items and say, ‘hey, this smells like laundry soap’, they want it to smell musky.

“The requirement for panties is that I have to check to make sure that there’s fluid inside or something. I don’t sit there and smell it or anything, but I have to make sure that there’s something on it that resembles fluid,” she said, adding that she just had to make sure there were remnants to justify it as having being worn.

Formerly in fashion marketing, Root said she does not have any regrets in swapping her career despite the need for the products to be meticulously scrutinised for customers.

She added that her new clients are much more polite than the fashion-lovers she previously dealt with.

“I went from women that would constantly question me, be disrespectful, be impatient, try to tell me how to do my job, to people that are so nice, don’t question me and are like, ‘wow, thank you for going out of your way to get me a picture of this girl’.”

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