She is in her prime. Viktoria Winslow, known as the “Golden GILF,” has 201,000 followers on TikTok and 38,000 on Instagram, where she shares sexy photos of herself. Inspired by her 24-year-old daughter Zoe (OnlyFans model), she chose an adult content platform.
The 57-year-old from Melbourne, Australia, even asked Zoe to help with a photoshoot, calling the event “empowerment”. “I never thought I’d be in this position in a million years. One word: Empowerment,” the fitness expert’s grandmother told Jam Press. “As long as I have an audience, I’ll keep making videos—even if I’m 90 and wrinkled.”
Through her niche online work, she discovers, surprisingly, that young men are captivated by older women. “Men as young as 19 have signed up, and I think being a sexy granny is a niche market, which helps a lot,” she explained. “Honestly, it still surprises me that they want me.” She and Zoe even posed for a mother-daughter photo, which “gets talking,” she adds, but she knows when to push and pull.
“But I’ve had some weird requests. A fan asked me to step on a bug on camera (which I don’t have) — and it’s awesome that there are so many people out there with foot fetishes,” she reveals. “I just do what I feel comfortable with.”
Her OnlyFans career boils down to money. Zoe, who reached out, suggested joining the platform because her income was “good.”
“At first I was a little worried about her safety, but she kept encouraging me to try, and soon I thought I could do the same,” said Winslow, who is divorced, recalling how worried she was about saving for retirement. “Now I like it very much.”
Winslow reported that she lived month to month and was eventually forced to move into a friend’s house because she couldn’t pay the rent. At Zoe’s suggestion, the mother worried that people would look at her online because of her age. In addition to gaping men drooling over her content, there are trolls who she describes as mostly “girly”. She sees haters as “jealous” people who tell her to “get off” TikTok, ask what her kids might be thinking — and even call her an “old woman.”
“For me, the label ‘Grandmother’ is great, there are a lot of people who think we’re very popular,” she added. “I’m a grandmother who takes pride in showing off what I have.”
Her fans certainly agree – but the self-proclaimed GILF isn’t looking for love just yet. She doesn’t date, and she’s certainly not looking for “toy boys,” despite her saying “never say never.”
“Guys love my wrinkles, my dimples, my stretch marks,” she mumbles, saying her new look has given her “financial independence” and self-love. “Doing that as an older woman is empowering in so many different ways,” she gushes. “Women are told that to be attractive we have to be young and thin — but I can tell you that’s not the case,” she added.
Zoe praised her mother’s dedication to the craft, calling it “inspiring”. Zoe explained: “I’m so proud of my mum because she has incredible values and because she’s so committed and focused — it’s really inspiring.”