She’s a porn actress who travels across the UK to host a reality TV show on which she snags random men to have sex in the back of vehicle. Rebecca More is one of the most well-known straight porn performers in the UK right now but not in the way she would have was hoping for.Rebecca’s OTT videos, which are tongue-in-cheek, teasers of her adult films have gone viral due to gay followers on Twitter.
She’s now a viral internet star due to the endless memes about her work.She’s loving every second of her accomplishment – and the love and attention it draws.”It’s a joy to wake up to social media in the morning,” Rebecca says on Radio 1 Newsbeat.
Rebecca is 38 and originally from Windsor was working in the industry of adult entertainment for eight years . She uploads short videos to Twitter.The viral trend began the week before.The memes included in this post contain modest nakedness. A lot of other memes, that we haven’t listed are NSFW (Not safe for work).But that’s not stopped her from dominating timelines.Her name has been mentioned before, but in the last month, she’s had the attention of a different public.
Rebecca claims that there have been people dressed as her and lip-syncing with her videos.”There’s one guy, he dressed himself exactly like me, he’s got the top I wore, red lipstick, blue eye shadow, all my jewellery… it’s amazing.”
Zac Barson’s tweet about the cost of sandwiches sold at an e-commerce store is one of numerous Rebecca memes that have become viral.Gay Twitter has given her name and fame, and I’m happy to be a part of the fame,” Zac tells Newsbeat.”Her sexual liberation is inspiring.”
Rebecca describes it as “the highest honour”, particularly in an industry that is often criticized.”Because I’m an adult performer we can get nasty stuff said about us at times,” she says.”That’s one of my jobs. You’ll learn to eliminate the negative.”But this has been a really great online community of people just having a giggle and not taking ourselves so seriously.”
Rebecca admits that she feels she has a duty to ensure the content she publishes is PG-rated in the event that it becomes viral.”What you do to me is considered to be over 18. I don’t want what I do to fall into the inappropriate hands.”That’s the thing with Twitter, when you put it out there, it’s got that freedom to go anywhere.”She also is aware of the things her new gay audience would like to see.”I want straight guys to buy into the fantasy of this luxury woman they can’t have.”