A FORMER primary school teacher switched ABCs for sexy undies — when she became a full-time OnlyFans tutor.

Eva Wild, 43, made some extra cash on the side of her teaching job by selling some NSFW (not safe for work) photos and videos, but when the pandemic hit she decided to take it on full-time.

Now she makes up to $15,000 every month coaching 75 models how to promote themselves and gain subscribers for up to $1,000 each, all while still supporting her two kids.

Eva, from Houston, Texas, said: "As wife and mom with a full-time career, I had really lost touch with myself.

"My life seemed to be about everyone, except me. It has been so incredibly rewarding getting to integrate my love of teaching, with this new career.

"It has changed my life for the better in every way. It’s my goal to encourage and empower women to find their happiness, even if it’s in an unconventional way.

She added: "I find my teaching experience incredibly helpful with working with the ladies in the coaching program.

"As odd as it might seem, I really do feel like all of the things in my life before, built up to what I’m doing now."

Eva taught kids between the ages of six and ten at a primary school for 13 years, but at the end of last year she decided she'd had enough.

She said: "I had always enjoyed being a teacher. I felt it was a rewarding job, and I was proud of the work I did.

"I wouldn’t say it was my passion, but I was content."

When the pandemic hit, Eva struggled to transition to online teaching and raising her two children, aged 11 and 13, and it took a toll on her mental health.

She decided to quit and work full-time on her OnlyFans, a site where subscribers purchase X-rated videos and photos, but this wasn't her first foray into adult entertainment.

Back in 2018 — when times were tough financially as her husband, Paul, 45, had just launched his own real estate business — Eva's sister suggested she sell some sexy photos to supplement her income.

Eva said: "At first, I thought she was nuts, but the more I toyed around with the idea, the more I thought it just might work."

She spoke to her husband and after they'd agreed on some appropriate boundaries he was supportive of her sexy side-hustle.

"I was timid in my early pictures. I didn’t show my face. I was too worried someone would recognize me," she said. "Once I started getting myself all done up, putting on sexy lingerie, and taking pictures of myself, it was like something inside of me woke up."

"A part of me that I thought was lost forever started to come back to life, it was the most wonderful feeling," Eva explained.

She didn't make much money at first, however, she became part of a community of women and promoters online who supported each other.

In July 2019, one promoter suggested she set up an account on up-and-coming content subscription service OnlyFans.

She only made $50 in her first month, but slowly, as she gained more experience and took on tips from her exhibitionist mates, her site grew.

Eva noted: "I was still teaching at the time, so I tried to be cautious about where I promoted myself and not showing my face."

She was raking in up to $2,000 a month and it was helping her pay the bills alongside her teaching career.

The mom-of-two said: "Not only that, but I was starting to discover a new little bit of confidence in myself.

"I was feeling more attractive, and I was feeling proud of myself for what I’d managed to accomplish.

"My husband also seemed to be seeing me differently. There was a new found respect and admiration that I hadn’t really felt from him before.

"He admired the hard work and determination that I was applying to growing my business. Our sex life had also had a nice little kick in the butt."

That spring was when she made the leap to give up teaching in schools for good and focus full-time on her OnlyFans career.

She decided to boost her coverage by paying to be promoted on another model's page, who in addition gave her advice on how to utilize her help most effectively.

Eva said: "People think I’m silly when I say God brought her into my life, but I truly believe that he did.

"I told her my story and asked her if I could pay her to coach me. That’s when the whole world changed for me.

"My income was growing exponentially, and so was my self-esteem, self-confidence, and my excitement about all of the changes in my life."

Over the course of a year, the model acted as a mentor for Eva who encouraged her to show her face after she knew she wouldn't return to school teaching.

Her mentor set up a coaching program to share wisdom with new models, and Eva signed on as a coach.

She said: "It was common knowledge that there was a lot of cattiness and backstabbing amongst girls in our business.

"So one of the primary aspects of the coaching program was women supporting women.

"My goal in working with them, is to help them make it into the top one percent of OnlyFans creators. I teach them about how to determine their brand, and how they will market themselves.

Eva added: "I work with them on learning how to gain subscribers organically through social media marketing, as well as through networking with other models.

"My focus is mostly on getting pages off the ground and on their way to being top earning pages on the site."

Now, she works for at least ten hours every day — planning her posts, answering messages, planning new marketing strategies and coaching models.

Eva said: "I do find it a little funny that I went from being a school teacher, to working in the adult entertainment industry, and that I found my real happiness there.

She explained she's a "teacher at heart" and loves " helping others learn and grow."

"But I’m also someone who has come to really feel strongly that women should be encouraged to love themselves and the way they look, and celebrate their sexual nature instead of hide it. So it all comes together perfectly," she said.

"Don’t let other people’s perceptions of what life should be hold you back from trying to find what brings you real joy," Eva said.

"It’s never too late to learn how to be the best version of you."

    Source: Read Full Article