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A “vacation” has recently gone viral on TikTok, though this time, not for its luxury or cost. Instead, a rented cabin getaway, named ‘Origami Camp’ (a supposed play on the word “orgy”) garnered attention for being a “collaboration” space for TikTok and OnlyFans creators.

Origami Camp was the brainchild of @hawkhatesyou and @the_gothbaby, who in the wake of OnlyFans’ shocking announcement had wanted to create a safe space for creators to gather.

As the company backtracked its ban on adult content several days later, the two then decided to turn the event into a place creators could connect and collaborate at instead.

“The purpose of the Origami Camp was to get some creators who know each other together to collar and make TikToks, plus any other content [we] were comfortable making since all of us are sex workers,” Natasha Noel (@babygirlnoell), one of the creators at the event, told Mashable.

The creators uploaded a whole slew of content from their meetup, with those on OnlyFans being obviously NSFW. On TikTok, however, followers got to see behind-the-scenes footage of what these creators were working on, and of course, the unmissable TikTok dances.

According to Mashable, videos under the Origami Camp hashtag have garnered over 20 million views since. None of the participants had expected it to blow up, but this seems to be indicative of the influence famous content creators have online.

“The group was honestly completely blown away and excited that we made such an impact on the internet over the weekend,” said Noel.

Another camper, Luna (@lunababyy69) expressed similar sentiments. She said: “Our community deals with so much backlash from [both] regular people and platforms that will completely censor us. It was nice to finally get some recognition for the years of work we’ve put into our content.”

Many comments on social media reflected the demand for similar events, despite the stigma and attention the recent event was getting. It’s unclear if Origami Camp will become a regular event or a one-off party.

No matter if the content they create suits your tastes, it’s certainly eye-opening to see the lengths creators will go to, and the amount of time they will spend for a chance to go viral.

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