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OnlyFans Moms Are the New Stifler’s Mom

Gen Z finally found its signature hot-mom humor. Just like today’s teens, this NSFW meme is a little dumb and extremely online

In 1999, few women were hotter than Stifler’s mom. In the American Pie film series, nerdy Paul Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) falls for Jeanine (Jennifer Coolidge), the mother of his best friend, Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott). Stifler’s bombastic, overtly sexual mom became a repeated joke for his friends, who’d dunk on him about how much they wanted to, well, fuck his mom.

Stifler’s disdain for Jeanine’s sexual prowess is one of the most memorable examples of pitiful dudes with hot moms. Courteney Cox on Cougar Town, Sofia Vergara on Modern Family and all the Desperate Housewives ladies owe Coolidge (and Anne Bancroft as Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate) a thank you for pioneering the alluring mom trope.

Twenty-one years after American Pie, teens likely aren’t too familiar with Stifler’s mom. However, a new strain of shitposting memes proves that lusting after MILFs is a timeless teen experience.

What Do All These OnlyFans Memes Mean?

The meme consists of a stock photo depicting childhood bullying along with the caption, “And tell your mom she needs to post more anal vids to her OnlyFans.”

The “post more anal vids” meme is overwrought, simplistic and a little sex-negative — just like most high-school bullies. Still, the meme and its derivatives are apt sex jokes for quarantine culture. It’s a time when amateur porn site OnlyFans is seeing record user numbers and digital lust is now health-positive horniness.

Like Finch telling Stifler that he wants to fuck his mom, OnlyFans bullying memes are teens using sex as emotional ammo. “It shows how Gen Z students can weaponize the knowledge of someone having a sex worker as a relative,” Philipp Kachalin, an associate editor at Know Your Meme, tells me.

Where’d the ‘Post More Anal Vids’ Meme Come From?

Though first popping up toward the end of 2019, “post more anal vids” memes surged in March after fans of YouTuber Ian Carter, known as iDubbbz, learned his girlfriend, Twitch streamer Anisa Jomha, started an OnlyFans page.

Carter’s fan called him a simp and poked fun at him from that regressively heteronormative perspective: Hey, this guy’s girlfriend is naked online!

Luis Ian Salinas, 26, who goes by the online username ElBlueKnight, was one of the first fans to meme iDubbbz, photoshopping YouTuber rivals Keemstar and LeafyIsHere’s faces onto the bullies who smash iDubbbz into a locker. Keemstar later tweeted the meme to his nearly 3 million Twitter followers.

Salinas, a longtime fan of Carter, says he made the meme to laugh at the YouTuber, not shame Jomha. “He started acting defensive and all serious, which I found funny,” Salinas tells me. “I’m only laughing at iDubbz being aggressive toward his audience.”

Since then, the meme has spurred many adaptations — like a riff on Elon Musk and singer Grimes naming their baby X Æ A-12.

Like with any good meme, the gays eventually take over and do it best. Podcaster Shane McClelland captioned his version, “Gen Z bullies be like: ‘And tell your dad to post more cumshot videos on his OnlyFans.’”

“It’s like a gay bully beating you up and telling you they jerk off to your dad,” McClelland tells me. Now that’s the mean teen gay representation we need.