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OnlyFans model, 26, reveals why she doesn’t want to have children and is considering a hysterectomy

A 26-year-old OnlyFans model has revealed that she is contemplating getting a hysterectomy – saying she would ‘rather be rich and famous’ than have children.

Renee Gracie from the Gold Coast, has never felt maternal or had an urge to have children and says her feelings against having a family grew stronger in her teenage years.

As a former race car driver, she was regularly hanging out with the rich and famous, and got a taste for the luxurious life – which cemented her decision to not have children.

The model said she is so determined to avoid childbirth that she is considering a hysterectomy – a permanent surgical procedure which would remove her uterus- to avoid an accidental pregnancy. 

Renee Gracie, 26, from the Gold Coast, Australia, is so determined to avoid childbirth that she wants a hysterectomy to avoid an accidental pregnancy

Renee said: ‘I’ve known I didn’t want children since I was young. When I was little, around seven or eight, I thought other children my age were crazy and wild.

‘I would look at parents yelling at their kids and think to myself “I never want to have that”.

‘Then, when I was 16 and got into racing, I was meeting a lot of super wealthy and successful people and a lot of them didn’t have children themselves.

‘They would also all tell me never to get married and never to have kids.

The OnlyFans model and former race car driver has over 13.9m subscribers on OnlyFans and says she would rather be 'rich and famous' than worry about babies

The OnlyFans model and former race car driver has over 13.9m subscribers on OnlyFans and says she would rather be ‘rich and famous’ than worry about babies

‘Many other things put me off too. The biggest is the responsibility and also the fact that there’s no going back.

‘I think people make the decision to have kids way too lightly and that’s why a lot of people are unhappy in their relationships and life.

‘I’d much rather have lots of pets running around.’

The Australian, who has over 13.9 million followers on the adult content subscription site, OnlyFans, as well as 25,000 on Instagram (@therenee_gracie), has amassed a small fortune in recent years. 

And she plans on investing wisely, so she can retire young and enjoy the cash – without having to worry about babies. 

In her race car driving days (pictured), she was regularly hanging out with the rich and famous, and got a taste for the luxurious life which cemented her decision to not have children

In her race car driving days (pictured), she was regularly hanging out with the rich and famous, and got a taste for the luxurious life which cemented her decision to not have children

However, doctors told her she is 'too young' to have the permanent surgical procedure which would remove her uterus and she can't get one unless she has a severe health issue

However, doctors told her she is ‘too young’ to have the permanent surgical procedure which would remove her uterus and she can’t get one unless she has a severe health issue

But that doesn’t stop people from questioning her choice.

To put an end to others’ questions, she is looking into potentially getting a hysterectomy. 

Renee first asked her doctor for one when she was just a teenager – but claims he ‘laughed’ in her face and has been told multiple times that she is ‘too young’.

She said: ‘When I was about 17, I was having lots of health issues.

‘I was in so much pain and discomfort from my ovaries and uterus, and had to get lots of scans and MRIs as doctors thought there was something wrong with them.

Renee's current boyfriend, who prefers to stay anonymous, would like children one day but she insists that she will never want kids as they are a 'huge sacrifice'

Renee’s current boyfriend, who prefers to stay anonymous, would like children one day but she insists that she will never want kids as they are a ‘huge sacrifice’

‘I knew then that I never wanted kids and so I asked the doctor what I have to do to get everything removed.

WHAT IS A HYSTERECTOMY?

A hysterectomy is a surgical procedure to remove a woman’s uterus.

There are three kinds:

  • PARTIAL HYSTERECTOMY: Removes two-thirds of the uterus. 
  • TOTAL HYSTERECTOMY: Removes uterus and cervix.
  • RADICAL HYSTERECTOMY: Removes uterus, cervix and ovaries.

The operation is most commonly performed on women between the ages of 40 and 49.

More than 20 million American women have had a hysterectomy, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

As women approach menopause, the odds that they will develop one of several serious uterine health conditions increases. Doctors may recommend a hysterectomy as a treatment for:

  • fibroids 
  • endometriosis 
  • uterine (endometrial) cancer 
  • chronic uterine pain or bleeding 
  • collapsed uterus

In some cases, doctors may suggest a hysterectomy as a preventative measure if a woman has significant warning or early signs of developing one or more of these conditions.

When necessary, surgeons may also remove the ovaries and fallopian tubes, if these have also been damaged or are at serious risk of damage.

The removal of reproductive organs sends a woman’s body into menopause, no matter how old she is.

This comes with unpleasant side effects like hot flashes, and many women have to start hormone therapy, taking estrogen to balance out their own hormones.  

‘He basically laughed at me, which was incredibly insulting.’

After this conversation with her doctor, Renee began to look into the process herself to find out her options.

She said: ‘I’ve spoken to other doctors and asked about it but they’ve all told me that I’m too young and unless it’s a severe issue to my health, I can’t get one.

‘I think it’s crazy that in this day and age women don’t get a choice.

‘I understand it is permanent but I think there should be a better process for those who want it.

‘Men can get vasectomies, after all. My goals have never involved getting married or having kids.

‘I’ve never dreamt about my wedding day and I’ve never once envisioned having children or being a mum.

‘Everyone who knows me knows I’m not maternal at all.

‘My best friend has two kids. She is a great mum – but I consider them to be the best form of contraception I could ever have.

‘When we hang out, she doesn’t bring the kids because she knows I don’t want them around.’

While her family and friends respect the model’s choice, she says strangers can’t get their head around it.

She said: ‘It pi**es me off that it’s not widely accepted for women to choose not to have children.

‘People definitely assume that being a female I will wake up one day and want them.

‘When most people find out I don’t want any, they generally think I’m going to change my mind when I get older or I’ll accidentally get pregnant and have to have a kid.

‘I won’t. I’m certain and I wish people would respect that.’

Interestingly, Renee’s current boyfriend, who prefers to stay anonymous, would like children one day.

She added: ‘He’s always wanted to be a dad but I think I’ve shown him my side and opened up his eyes to life without children.

‘Kids are a huge sacrifice and it’s not one I plan on making. I believe I can have a happier, more successful life without them.’


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