I'm 35 stone and paid £1,500 a month to get stuck in doorways

THIS 35 stone woman is paid over £1,500 per month to get stuck in doorways.

Danielle Birch, 25, films her size 36 frame getting stuck in cars, doorways as well as standing next to smaller people.

The content creator, who lives in Plymouth, Devon, charges £2.90 to £7.30 per video.

She insists the videos are ‘non pornographic’ as it is simply shares her videos for men to admire bigger women.

Danielle said: “There's a lot of interest in seeing how my weight affects my daily life.

“I used to wear baggy clothes to try and hide my weight but sharing my body online has boosted my confidence.


“I have realised that I may not be everyones cup of tea but there are people out there who appreciate my body.

“I fall into the ‘supersized, big, beautiful women’ bracket which is for ladies who weigh 350-500lbs.

“I am 500lbs so even if I was to lose weight, I would still be in this category which seems to be very popular.”

Danielle charges £2.90 for five minute videos which will involve her trying on an outfit and £7.30 for 20 minute videos.

She adds: “The short videos are usually me trying on a cute outfit.

“Whereas the longer ones might be a car tour which would show how I fit into one and others might be me getting stuck in a doorway.

“Another video could involve squashing a smaller man or sitting in a hot tub causing the water to overflow.

“Theres no denying what some people are using my content for without being crude but I do receive lovely messages from women.”

Danielles newfound love for her body has helped other women accept theirs too.

But despite being body positivity, the former chef insists she isn’t promoting obesity.

She adds: “I am finally comfortable in my own skin but that doesn’t mean I am telling others to get fat.

“I used to hate how I look but now I have a different outlook on it.

“I don’t want to stay this size forever as I have limited mobility so I have reduced my calorie intake to 2,500 from 5,000 per day.

“I would be happy in size 20 clothing.”

Danielle currently wears a size 36 on the bottom and 28 on the top.

She adds: “I don’t think I will ever be the correct weight for my height.

“I am 6ft and I am passionate about food hence why I was a chef for 10 years.

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“I am not actively trying to be obese but it has just happened, I’ve always been big.

“Now, I can use my weight to my advantage and make money.

“I can’t see myself going back to cheffing as it was long 16 hour days.

“Selling videos online gives me so much more freedom.”

Danielle dedicates three days to filming content which is then posted throughout the week.

She adds: “I can earn money whilst on the go and it is on my terms.

"There isn’t anything pornographic about it.

“Sometimes I may wear a sexy outfit but I never do rude things or get naked.

“People purchase the clips rather than subscribing.

“On average I make 1500 per month but there has been months where I’ve earnt more.

“I upload around five videos per week of myself getting stuck in bath and doorways.

“I love to eat and love food but I don’t like watching myself eat which is why I focus on fitting into small places.”

Amongst the positive feedback, Danielle has been subject to trolling online.

She adds: “Trolls and haters online say I look like a piece of meat and I am a disgrace.

“They’ve also accused me of promoting obesity which I am not.

“I know this weight isn’t healthy but at the moment, I am fine with no underlying medical conditions." She explained.

As for trolls, Danielle said: "I don’t know why my weight means I shouldn’t be able to love myself.

“I think people should mind their own business, if someone is struggling with their weight then being horrible and abusing them isn’t helping."

She chooses to champion positivity and says: “I think positive and uplifting comments is going to help more.

“If I can empower just one woman to feel better about herself then I will take the insults, I am not bothered.

“I have a thick skin, but sometimes I just turn the comments off but the positives definitely outweighs the negative.”

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