Texas Influencer Provides Service to Ukrainian Army as ‘Emotional Support Stripper’ | Gatekeeper

Texas influencer and beauty queen Fan-Pei Koung provides a unique service to the war-torn Ukrainian community. She’s making waves and breaking the conventional model of volunteering by presenting herself as an “emotional support stripper.”

Fan-Pei Kounga 33-year-old Instagram influencer from Houston, Texas, formerly a pageant star and winner of the NASA Space Health Challenge, has turned her life down an unexpected path.

Fan-Pei Koung (Source: @modeltechie/Instagram)

Koung, who identifies as a “sex tourist”, takes the unexpected journey of a Texan influencer to become a Kharkiv boyfriend to Ukrainian soldiers.

He used his OnlyFans account to offer unexpected help. Its content is freely accessible to Ukrainian soldiers, local volunteers, and select civilians who, in Koung’s view, need a morale boost.

Fan-Pei Koung (Source: @modeltechie/Instagram)

Daily Beast reported:

Koung has used his presence on social media to create OnlyFans account it was free for Ukrainian soldiers, volunteers, and the occasional local civilian he felt needed cheering up.

On the site, she describes herself as a “girlfriend around the world, now volunteering in Kharkiv”. She adds that she creates content about “everything from free emotional breastfeeding to soldiers and volunteers,” to collecting donations to share with volunteers.

The OnlyFans model pulled her hair back in a messy bun and glasses when she caught up with The Daily Beast in late July at her Kharkhiv apartment. “I’m the hot girl in Ukraine who wants to volunteer, and maybe will get out,” she says.

When Koung visited Ukraine for the first time in November 2022, a romantic relationship was not at the center of his mind. She has decided to volunteer at women’s shelters and orphanages in Lviv, western city in Ukraine which had been considered a “paradise” during the war.

Far from the eastern front, the city was spared some of the war’s most brutal attacks. Koung recently moved to Europe, where he believes he can make a fresh start in his life, away from all his troubles in America. He met a Ukrainian family in Croatia, who spoke to him about the Russian invasion and encouraged him to volunteer within the country.

In February 2023, one year after the ongoing conflict, Koung committed to moving full time to Ukraine. She lives in Kyiv, the capital, dedicating her life to volunteering and living among the Ukrainian people. Over time, he found himself enjoying the company of Ukrainians more and more.

Reflecting on his romantic experiences in America, Koung said, “My standards were too high because I only wanted men who could take care of themselves and think of no one but themselves. None of them [Americans] meets my standards. And then I came to Ukraine, and everyone here thought of someone other than themselves.”

“Ukrainian men, they treat me like a baby. They need to know what I want before I even know what I want. I have never been treated like that in my life,” Koung added.

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