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Ambassador - Becky Holt

Name: Becky Holt

Age: 33

Occupation: Model/ Content Creator


Bio:

Famed as the most tattooed woman in the UK, glamour model and Only Fans content creator Becky Holt has over 250,000 avid online fans who pay for services ranging from video chats to buying her used knickers and tights. 

A regular in national newspapers, Becky has just appeared in a Channel 4 documentary, controversially getting her vagina tattooed live on television for a reality show examining body confidence and positivity. 


In an exclusive interview with Kontroversial, this infamous gender fluid model tells how she is regularly trolled online about her style, tattoos, and even how she raises her daughter.

She also revealed how she was recently accused of rape by a male fanatic in an ominous online onslaught. 

With a passion for supporting projects based around the LGBTQA+ community, 34-year-old Becky is now a proud Kontroversial brand ambassador. 


How would you describe your personality?

Annoying, loud but caring


Describe your style?

Black, oversized, comfortable. I never wear prints as they clash with my tattoos.


Tell me about how you styled your Kontroversial piece?

I just love anything oversized, and comfortable. I may take my clothes off for my job, but when I’m not working I choose comfort over anything. 

Kontroversial’s Unity Tee stood out to me for its simplicity. I paired it with shiny trousers and boots. This would be an everyday outfit for me. 


How would you describe your gender?

This is a tricky one. I definitely feel like I fall between genders. Tomboy slash I could actually pass for being a man.


And sexuality?

Oh, man. I go for anything!. Like anything! Gay, lesbian, trans, straight, bisexual, you name it! I’m definitely a personality person!

  1. So would you describe yourself as gender fluid?

Yes, that's an excellent way to put it!


Are there any terms or words that you would find offensive? 

People have described me as trans, and I was upset because I don't want people to think that I'm a man dressed as a woman as I'm a woman. 

I have so many friends that are trans, and I wouldn't want them to be offended with me saying I'm offended I get called trans. But at the end of the day, I'm a woman, and that is it. 

I used to get picked on, and people used to say that I look like Pete Burns, and a man in drag. When you're a woman and want to look like a woman, but you don't, it's difficult to handle. 


So have you ever been discriminated against for your gender, beliefs, race or profession?

Yes, lots about my profession, the way I look, how I raise my daughter, all sorts. I get trolled for everything, from wearing a headband or jumper too much in videos to people saying that I don't take my daughter to soft play enough. Honestly, I get trolled about everything. 


I noticed you were trying to find a tattoo artist to tattoo your vagina for Channel 4. Can you tell me more?  

Channel Four filmed me for a new TV show all about body positivity. They were documenting shy people and then really confident people all having extreme things done with their bodies. They asked me whether I’d get my vagina tattooed live on Channel Four, and I agreed. It’s the only place left to put one to be honest!


Does being on Only Fans make you feel more confident?

Yes, I guess so as I'm making money, but by being who I am which is great. I can live the lifestyle that I want to live just from being me.

It can be scary at times though. A guy stalked me for a while and built a shrine for me. He was a complete fantastist. He messaged other models on Instagram and Facebook telling them I'd arrange to meet him at a hotel, and I’d tied him up and raped him! 

It was completely made-up but I thought if I'd said that about you, as a man, that'd be, really, really, really bad. 


How did you get around that then? Did he do it publicly?

Well, I wouldn't say publicly. He wasn't posting about it, but he was messaging other models, saying, 'Guess what Becky Holt did to me? "

He was just a fantasist. He would come to my shop and have piercings every week. He would buy my knickers off me, my socks, tights, and even my shoes. He would also buy me presents, send them to the shop, and give me money.

At first, I was like, great, this is lovely. I'm getting bought things and given money, and I don't have to do anything other than talk to this guy. But then it got really weird.


Did you have to tell him to stop?

Yes, I found out he had been saying all this stuff about me to other models. They told me this guy is weird and saying these things about you. I went mad about it and posted it on my Facebook along with screenshots of messages from him. He then apologised and messaged saying, "I'm really, really, sorry. I don't know why I did it. There's obviously something wrong with me. I'm going to take myself to the police.” And then he blocked me, and I never heard from him again. 


Have you ever felt pressure to conform to mainstream stereotypes?

No, I have been living my best life, travelling, doing whatever I want to do and going out with whoever I want. 

I'm trying to settle down now because I'm in my 30s, and I've got a little girl, so I'm just trying to calm myself down, make my money move into a house and then do something else. But I don't like society, politics, or anything like that!


What advice would you give to someone trying to find their confidence? 

I used to aspire to be like the hot women on the front cover of magazines, but they don't really have those anymore. Nowadays, I just aspire to be different. To other people, I'd say experiment. Don't be afraid to try new things.

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