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Before you make your judgements, know that I never intended to find myself here. It's a big secret, what you're about to read about. It's a dirty secret. Embarrassing secret. Shameful secret. I have a BA in Anthropology, and am a passionate people-watcher. I don't judge, because it takes all kinds to make the world go around.

Humans are sexual beings, curious and sexual. How else would our species have succeeded? It is in our genetic code to spread our gene pool as much as possible in our lifetime. Whether we like to admit it or not, humans are not monogamous creatures. We pass ourselves off as such for reasons that society imposes. For that reason, sex sells, and sex will always sell. Prostitution, for example, is the oldest profession in history. With that being said, I am not a prostitute.

For those of you who are perhaps naive about the term "Webcam Model," I can only say that the name of the profession is misleading. A Webcam Model is one who puts on a show (I use this vague term for a reason) for money. Visitors to the website that you are broadcasting on are primarily men. Depending on the website, different tipping or payment systems apply. In short, I appear on a live webcam stream in exchange for money.

Because of the varying interests of clients, visitors, patrons - whatever you'd like to call them - shows vary just as much. Most commonly, clients come to my chat room for sexual reasons. Sexual, in this industry, is also a vague term. Other times, rarely, men visit my chat room for friendship, companionship. A well-liked "model" (I am of the opinion that the term "personality" would be more appropriate) is able to accommodate any extreme of the two types of clients - sexual, and not. I must market myself as interesting, desirable, and compelling - all of which I think that I am, but am not so conceited to think that I am all of those things to everyone. Every woman is beautiful, every woman has something to offer, and most times, there will always be someone there to buy it.

Shows vary from clothed hour-long conversations to five-minute masturbatory sessions. Both are equally exhausting. An hour-long conversation with a stranger can test your nerves, it can bridge lines that may make you uncomfortable. The pressure is on for you to be perceived as the person that someone that you do not know wants you to be. Each show is different for each client. Some feel entitled to make you do what they want - after all, they are paying for their time with you. Others, my preferred type, find a woman the most attractive when they are comfortable, when they are themselves, and not acting. I have my boundaries, though I never openly talk about them.

My boundaries are simple - nothing illegal. This generally has all of my bases covered, as far as rape fantasies, underage fantasies, incestual fantasies, beastiality fantasies, etcetera. My boundaries are there, and yes, clients do try to cross them. It is usually up to me to steer the conversation in a different direction without judging, or simply saying, "No, I won't do that." This is not to say that other conversations about taboo fantasies will be ended. Often times, the most monetarily rewarding clients want you to role play morbid scenes. I find it all compelling and interesting, after the initial shock. I find that the best part of webcam modeling is that of learning to accept. I don't have to like what people are divulging to me, but I am interested to listen. I respect each client, because they are human, but I also respect myself.

One example of a legal, albeit bizarre request, is a man who I endearingly refer to in my chat room as "The Butter Man." The Butter Man contacts me frequently under different screen names from time to time, requesting that I slather butter on my lady-parts. As I am sitting here, writing this, I am having to constantly remind myself that this is a confession; the nitty gritty details about The Butter Man are necessary in order to convey successfully what a webcam model must endure. The fact of the matter is that I don't ever have to endure anything. I don't endure The Butter Man; Not everything has a price.

Ah price tags. You all want to know what I make, and for what. Each different website differs, but for the most part, one can expect to earn, realistically, about $200 a day if you really work at it. I mean *really* work at it, and put at least 30 hours a week in. I don't have patience to *really* work at it, and I have a regular job. I do it for a little entertainment, and a little extra cash. At some points, some men will throw money at you for nothing. Just because they like you, or more likely, because it makes them feel powerful. This makes one feel uncomfortable the first time it happens, but they will spend their money as they see fit, and who am I to complain? Webcam modeling also takes its own emotional toll on those who may not be mentally prepared for harsh words meant to tear you down. Faint of heart and weak of mind need not try their hand at this gig. Many models suffer low self esteem, and it's easy to see why. Humans are not only sexual, but sometimes malicious. With the internet comes hoards of people with problems of their own just looking for someone to take them out on. The internet has enabled millions of people to throw out nasty words anonymously, which makes them feel better about their own insecurities. It's the only way to explain their behavior. I have to be bigger than them.

I never intended in a thousand lifetimes to be doing what I am doing right now. A webcam model; a webcam personality; a professional masturbator? I don't know what to call myself, but I am successful. It's not because I have no shame - I most certainly do. I have an open mind though. This is my dirty secret.


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38 Comments

  1. Routh says:

    well said and written!

  2. Joyce Max says:

    I've thought about becoming a web cam model, having posed for my boyfriend a few times on webcam, and I feel sexy doing it, but I know there is a certain part of you that has to ignore dignity and everything that is you for a little while because you are modeling in front of strangers who think of you as nothing more than a fantasy. And then afterwards, return back to your normal life, like nothing happened at all. As much as men think your some broken girl whose father left her or treated her badly, it's not always that way at all, but rather.. sometimes it's just the call of money and a chance to better your situation financially.

  3. Maria says:

    It's great that you seem level headed and cognizant of the emotional hazards of your profession - way too many people go into this situation thinking they are going to make loads of money, when in reality there is too much competition at this point to make large profits. You apparently are reluctant to view what you do as sex work - do you believe that prostitution is ethically wrong ?

    A prostitute is someone who performs sexual acts in exchange for money, and webcam is not so much modeling as it is performing sexual acts upon yourself or another performer at the behest of a paying client. While you are not engaged in prostitution in the sense of having actual in the flesh encounters with customers, your work is indeed on the spectrum of prostitution - you are directly interacting with clients and performing sexual acts for financial compensation, even if it is over the internet. Keep in mind that some pornographic actors deny being prostitutes, but are engaging in prostitution with other actors - they are on the spectrum as well.

    Not trying to paint you or other sex workers with a negative brush, but much of the stigma from prostitution comes often from the clients themselves. One of my long time friends is a former stripper/escort, and there is truth to the statement that almost every sex worker has encountered a bad client - someone who intends to be demeaning, insulting, or abusive. I'm fine with decriminalizing prostitution for sex workers (but not pimping or a third party profiting from the sex acts of others), but I do have some concerns with societies embracing sex work as a healthy career field, especially for younger people. I think a few can successfully handle the pit falls, while many will have some emotional and even physical fallout resulting from it.

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  5. Jordan Keith says:

    Hey Anonymous Girl,

    Great writing. I was just googling our keywords to see how my site was ranking and saw this new page.

    I love seeing legitimate, non-biased thoughts from models that are actually thoughts, not just thinly veiled recruiting pitches for various companies like mine.

    I want to address myself principally on the emotional/secretive side of the business. To what you described as "shameful". With it being clear that I won Pandora Modeling and am 100% biased in every regard.

    I think, and have plenty of data to prove, that the absolute worst thing a webcam model can do is "check their dignity at the door." Two things happen when a model violates their own ethical code to make money. #1 They absolutely loathe their experience online. #2. Because of that, they quit pretty quickly.

    The models who win. Meaning the ones that make a lot of money and stick around to do that month after month are the ones who have overcome the false idea that "what I am doing is bad or wrong." Sure you can break your own ethical code for money, people do it all the time. But this job is in every sense of the word, a grind. You have to show up hour after hour, day after day, week after week, and keep pressing login and keep working at it to make money.

    That verges on impossible when you hate yourself for doing it.

    I am of the view that the simple act of webcam modeling is entirely amoral. There is neither a good or bad side of it.

    If we want to analyze it then as good or bad we have to talk dirty nasty specifics. Specifically what you are doing on cam or in private shows (which is where the money is made).

    The conversation has to focus on sex, because sex for money is what most people categorize as immoral. I don't think it is in it's purest form. And I agree with the above commenter Maria that performing on cam for money falls "somewhere on that spectrum."

    A few situations:

    Situation #1: You have a 1 hour long private show where all you do is talk, fully clothed to the customer and get paid nicely for it.

    I don't think there is any valid argument to say that that is somehow immoral. You're exchanging your time and attention for money. Cut & dry.

    Situation #2: You have a 1 hour long private show where all you do is extremely hardcore sexual acts with toys, etc at the behest of the customer. No holds barred.

    Situation 2 is where the conversation about the moral aspect of webcam modeling has to be had. There are those who would say that that is an immoral thing. I disagree with them.

    People who say sex for money is bad, tend to have a negative view of sex as a whole. The culture is one of universal sexual repression, not just pay for play scenario's.

    Imagine in situation 2 that the girl just does this for free. just broadcasting her sexual acts to the internet for people to watch with zero monetization by her.

    Would the critic that says being a webcam model is immoral say, "well hey she's not getting paid for it so she is totally fine," and accept her? I seem to have trouble believing they would.

    The attack is one that has been around for thousands of years. It's the belief that a woman publicly displaying sexuality in any forms is immoral and needs to be punished.

    I'm in the camp that says that belief is absolutely insane and should be laughed away. I could analyze 1,000 more situations and arrive at the same conclusion with my biased view that the moral argument against webcam modeling fails every time.

    Playing the moral game is boring. Let the teetotaling armchair moralists occupy themselves, they're boring unimportant people. We will just keep having all the fun, quite often on their dime.

    There are however other arguments against webcam modeling that are worth noticing. Of course there is nothing wrong with a woman broadcasting sex shows on a moral level. But perhaps for that girls personal style/preferences that act is something she'd consider in bad taste. There's lots of instances where that's the case and a lot of those girls aren't webcam models.

    Society as a whole likes to shame girls who are open sexually. I think that's a terrible thing.

    Just remember... The people who have the harshest negative views on food tend to be anorexics.

    Cheers,

    Jordan Keith

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  12. Ed Ward says:

    Good confession indeed! It reminded me of another blogpost related to web-modelling and its acceptance in today's society: http://web-models.su/en/blog/22/virtual-sex-in-chat-perversion-or-norm
    But the topics are a bit different of course. Still, I think no limitation (either legal or moral) should be imposed on people who want to show or to see other people's bodies. This is still not a case in many countries, though.

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  14. Jessica says:

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  15. Joe says:

    Dear Anonymous,
    Very well written and interesting confession. I am the type of customer/client that deem as your preferred type. I am at all times respectful of the women I chat with. I take the time to read there bio as well as look through there picture gallery and tell them when I think a certain picture is great. Not just hot and nude but some of them must spend a ton of money on professional photographers because the pictures have an artistic look to them. I may talk in free chat for a while then move on or if I'm so inclined I politely as them if they would like to visit in private. Once in private we chat for a while share information (true or not) then at some point they ask what I like and what I want them to do. My answer is always the same. You do what you enjoy and makes you feel good and I'm sure I will enjoy it. Most of the time they are blown away by this. I had one very beautiful young lady tell me that she really enjoys dancing and wanted to know if she could dance for me instead of a masturbation show. By all means yes. She danced for about 15 minutes or so then we visited again and I thanked her for a great time and we parted ways. As I pop in on a models free chat page I also read what others are posting. I just want to reach out and bitch slap some of them for there rude comments. I just don't understand how people can be so rude and insensitive to a fellow human. I really hate the ones that come in as guest123, so you know they are not registered or in a position to pay for anything and just start making rude requests. I mean really, when in life is it appropriate to go up to a complete stranger and say something like, "hey bitch. Your fucking hot. Stick your finger in your ass and lick it and I'll go to pvt with you. "? I believe that people who act like that have so many of their own insecurities that they try to bring others down to their level rather than try and better themselves. Just because you are viewing the other person through a computer monitor does not mean they are not real. On the other side of that screen and through the web and just outside the camera lens is a living, breathing human being with thoughts and feelings and good days and bad days. These girls are amazing at there job which can't be easy. I've seen extremely beautiful young ladies doing what they do, looking sexy and typing messages back and dancing and whatever else they decide to do plus keep a sweet smile on their face while 10 guests type out rude things like, you slut, you filthy whore, I bet your dad is so proud of you, you are a disgrace and the list goes on and the lovely lady keeps smiling. My question is, what kind of person treats others with such disrespect. I bet their parents are not so proud of the fact that they raised such an inconsiderate piece of shit son. I have also witnessed the girls breaking down and losing it for a while. One girl was taking pulls off a bottle of whiskey and swearing at the people viewing her cam and she ripped off all her cloths and while crying said something like "You want to see me naked you sick fuckers here I am". It got worse. I stayed for a very brief time and I did look at the comments people were posting. So many of them were happy to see her naked for free. That poor girl. She deserves so much more than that.

    There are limitless reasons for visiting webcam sites and not all of them fit in the stereotypical category. I personally am not extremely fat nor am I so completely ugly that girls won't talk to me but do have my reasons. Basically everyone is there in the pursuit of something of the sexual nature but on different levels I guess you would say. I won't bore you with the whole story but after a breakup with my long term girlfriend I realized that I am in no position to be in a serious relationship right now. I can't and won't go out and find a girlfriend just to have a girlfriend. Next time I choose to pursue a relationship, I want to know I have the time and energy to really put into the relationship all that it needs to last. Therefor I do get lonely (ok horny) and have used porn movies and pictures to masturbate. It relieves the pressure so to speak but does not quite do the whole job. The webcam chat to me is more fulfilling because there is some human interaction. I don't believe I would visit a camgirl site if I was in a relationship. I feel it would be too much like cheating.

    So basically I want the world to know that we (guys who visit webcam sites) are not all the same. Some of us appreciate what you are doing as it fills a need and we respect you for doing quality work at a reasonable price. And Ms Anonymous, if you ever read this and if I ever stumble upon your chat room, I hope you are able to recognize me by my actions.

  16. Kam says:

    Hello and thank you for such a great post really shining some light on the industry that is so often judged and misunderstood. Most performers that work with us are students who are very intelligent, bright and use this gig to make extra while at school. Plenty of them stay for years once they disco weed the ropes of the business and figure it how to earn more than in many other jobs.

    We noticed huge increase in interest to become a webcam model since the crisis started. Many lost their jobs and found webcam modeling very good income source. This is is not a job for everyone. It takes a lot of patience, I always tell new applicants. Be patient , treat it as your own business. It takes time to market yourself, but if you really follow our training guidance you can find yourself in a very lucrative business. I'm not promising big checks, but an opportunity to earn them if you really want to work it as a business not only additional gig. But even then , the money is good for additional expenses, the pair of shoes or handbag you always wanted, or that trip to Paris. And all that from the privacy of your own bedroom.

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  18. Rachel says:

    The issue is that when you start being a webcam girl, its hard because you dont realize how much mind game you have to put into it. From my experience, i believe you need to have that innate business flair and the desire to succeed. Then you have to deal with the fact you have to show your naked self for a bunch of men to see. Trust me, one is easier than the other. If you are able to reconcile both approaches, you will be truly successful.

  19. anonymous says:

    Hi, with the ups of webcam modelling, no one has talked about the real dark side. I worked as a webcam model for a few months, to be fair I enjoyed it, but what scared me to the point that it has put me off even though I need the money, is some Columbian women stole my webcam stream and passed it onto porn websites for every one to watch. I found this out by one of the regulars in my room telling me and then every one else joined in and said the same thing. How is this possible? I had to spend days, weeks, going through most porn websites sorting out copyright emails and forms before I could at least go twenty pages into google without finding it properly, but my image still appears in google image. Mick take!!

  20. KIm says:

    If you are a new model or performer I'd go with the only non-nude webcam agency. I worked for agencies where I had to take all my clothes off and I hated it. They are great and trained me as well. The agency is Angel Girl Studios at camjobs.biz .

  21. G. says:

    Anonymous Feb. 2014 raised one of the negatives that was failed to be mentioned in the original article - once those images are out there, the cam model doesn't own the rights to them and has no say over their distribution. The webcam companies can sell these images as 'loops' on their sites or on tube sites. So the model is making extra income for the company she's contracted to, rather than earning any future income on those images herself. Plus, despite the claims of blockers, it's possible to view these images in the country that the performer is from. Customers can also record the images and distribute them as well.

    Also of note is that many webcam companies take around 60-65% percent of the model's earnings, leaving at best around 40-35%. This is something the owners are not going to mention on here about their great companies, or about how wonderful it is to work for them. They'll just claim they're better than other webcam companies, their contracted performers love to work for them!

    Many webcam companies also expect their models to do free chat...which means that if the customer does not want a paid private or paid group private show, the model can sit in free chat for hours and earn absolutely nothing. Then there is the cam to cam - no offense, but reality is that most of the performers don't want to see the customers masturbating, sticking things in their own orifices. With a little work, some obsessed customers can find a model's information from her Amazon.com wishlist account or even obtaining her phone number. Once he knows the identity of the webcam model, he could easily send these images to her family, or even her regular job. It's rare but is has happened.

    If someone chooses to do webcam work, at least make it a decision based in thorough research and understanding of what the risks and benefits are - not naive, rosy notions about making wads of cash for just stripping and a little light masturbation. While it's obviously not as physically dangerous as working as a stripper in a club or a prostitute, don't be ignorant about the ways the contracted performers can get screwed over in this industry.

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  23. Nova says:

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  24. jhonny says:

    Nice article!!
    I am an adult webmaster, never could have known anything about webcam models, if did not land on this article.
    Different people different opinion, I liked the comment about privacy. If you got to work as webcam model you should always go for the best companies, companies who respect their models and pay them as they deserve.

  25. Erin says:

    These comments are very helpful and I can tell you as a webcam model now for 10 years, it takes time to find your niche and feel comfortable not just camming but with finding the right place to work. I got to a point where I did not want to get totally nude anymore on every cam session, showing my private parts up close. When I started that was the only option though. Last year I found a non-nude site and love it. They taught me that you can actually make more money and still not have to masturbate on cam! Angel Girl Studios is a great place to work not just because of the non-nude format but because they pay ON TIME and have several payment options. They can be found at camjobs.biz.
    Best of luck to all!

  26. Leslie Ray says:

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  27. Diana says:

    Great post really helpful

  28. Ben says:

    I'm very intereststed in the subject, as a psychiatrist I'm very interested in the emotional impact not only on the model but the client. It is impossible that exposing one self for the benefit of you customer has any intrinsic value for the model. We have diagnostic criteria for this type of behavior that in my opinion changes the very nature if human behavior and relationships. If you enjoy undressing masterbating, while watching complete strangers do the same, then you suffer from a voyeristic personality disorder and this not considered normal behavior.

  29. Greg T says:

    I enjoyed both this article and the comments and thought I'd add a quick note from another perspective.

    I've been a male performer for a couple of years now. At first it was a casual thing I did for fun, but have recently recognized that it has grown to a part-time job. Without getting graphic, I'm very hung, which is frankly what viewers come to see.

    As a straight male performer, I have a mix of men and women viewers. It is quite a rush when hundreds of people are watching and telling you how hot you are. It can be intoxicating and addictive, especially if you have body image or other issues going on. I try to keep the shows positive and about something together. The viewers have responded well and keep the spam and trolls in check. The biggest tips I get are from women cam models and a few select men that pay for a request in the show.

    Btw, being well endowed is an odd 'hidden' gift that goes unknown for the most part, unlike a pretty face or large breasts. While happy, I didn't create it, so not something I feel I should be proud of (in contrast to being in shape).

    My tips IF you are about to perform:
    Be clear on why you're doing it - Is it for fun, for money, both. It can be a lot of fun and some good money to be had, but it has a lot of risks that go along. Just balance the reasons and risks.

    Shop around - There are a huge number of webcam sites out there. Some are very professional and supportive, but there are also some that take advantage of the performers (reposting/selling videos to other sites etc). You can ask performers about their experiences.

    Have limits - I don't accept requests for illegal things or for anything I consider to be degrading to me or the viewer. You should be clear where your limits are before somebody makes a request. You don't want to do something only to regret it later.

    Protect your privacy - I was burned by somebody posting a private show. Assume anything going up on the net can't ever be taken down. I had somebody call me at home after tracing my IP, which was pretty scary. Set rules with yourself about exposing personal info (such as city you live, social media or other contacts). Some sites let you block states or countries, which helps but won't eliminate the risk of being seen by somebody you know.

    Recognize the personal impact - While you may not openly share this work/activity with everyone, you should be prepared if it gets out. It can also impact how you feel about sex and personal relationships, good and bad. If you're in a relationship, both of you need to be ok with it or it can be very destructive.

    I'm not sure how long I will continue with it, but I find it fascinating that so many participate privately as a viewer but also in public reinforce the stigma of performing.

  30. Someone looking for advice says:

    Hi, Um well i dont know how to start this but, Ive made some stupid decisions in my life when i was younger. (excuse my lack of language). I well I hope no one judges me on this but I probably will get bashed and yelled at. When i was 16.. I went on a webcam site underage. And things happened I showed... myself and many bad things happened. I got videoed by someone who became obsessed with me and wanted to get me pregnant and blackmailed me for a whole summer. I started to know the signs when he would freak at me if i didnt say i loved him back and shit. And things escalated until someone i respect among my older friends notice my sudden energy change. I was completely drained mentally. I cound'nt do it anymore. But i got out of it and he threatened to tell my dad and take me to court that didnt happen. I eventually got a broadcasting thing that said i looked underage so i deleted the account and decided to quit. SO i did. And havent done that for 2 years.... Then things happened right when i turned 18 which is now. And the same guy told me recently he has all these videos of me with my face in them (i know im retarded for showing my face but i didnt know any better i was soeone just looking for idk i still dont know) but they were threatening me again. An i know its the same guy but i just dont know what to do. I know it has kind of nothing related to this but sense your older and you know more about the webcam world then me im seaking advice on this situation what do i freaking do. I dnt want him to send it to people on my facebook. If that got out there id be done no one would ever hire me id be stuck in the lowest scum ever. F*** excuse my language. I just dont know what to do ill take any advice good or bad. I just dont know what to do and i cant believe i did that shit when i was younger im a f***ing idiot. Sigh if you could write back to me that would mean a lot if you think i make no sense to i understand. Im not the best with english grammar. But this happened and yea :/ im stupid i just need advice. please. thanks.
    -just another person in this world
    p.s. To all the people who may bash me i know what i did was wrong i dont need to be reminded.
    thanks

  31. t4vr3cwe says:

    To "Someone looking for advice"
    I don't know which country you live in, so only head this advice if you know the authorities in your country to be reasonable, for instance if you live in North America or in one of the richer European countries, I would follow this advice. I would highly recommend that you go to the police. You are now of age which means that the police has no legal requirements to contact family members. You are being threatened and blackmailed and should take all security measurements possible to ensure your safety. The worst thing that can happen is not that your videos get out.

    I want you to listen to this next bit very carefully, because it is important.

    You should be proud of yourself for searching the internet for solutions. For being willing to share your story and for asking for advice, for being humble enough to take a strangers advice into consideration.
    There are many older and far more experienced who have made the same mistakes. Someone took advantage of you as a naive young 16 year old girl and has continued to do so and that is absolutely despicable, and if I could I would make sure the person who did that to you was held accountable. You have absolutely NOTHING to be ashamed of. I will say this again. You have nothing to be ashamed of.
    In fact, I think you should be very proud of your actions today. You are thinking about your future, and about the people important in your life, and you have taken steps to find solutions to what you feel is a very real threat. This is admirable.

    There are many out there whom willingly and knowingly broadcast themselves WITH their face showing, nude, doing all kinds of sexual acts. If you are or have ever been in high school, I would be willing to bet that several of your schoolmates have done the same thing. The same thing goes for college.
    Most people under the age of 30 has at some point sent a nude photo of themselves. Most people under (and above) the age of 30 has at some point watched porn, in fact many do so regularly.
    Remember that the people who go to these cam sites as viewers are as much of a participant as you were.
    Many employers won't care about what you have done in the past or what you do in your free time.

    You can start of by anonymously contacting the police and asking for advice, but I suggest that you tell them who you are and share your story.

    I wish you all the best.
    -Also just another person in this world

  32. Nova says:

    I've been camming for 7 months now. I think it is the best job in the world. I make between $2-400 a day and I only work about 4-5 hours.

    I meet a lot of cool people while I'm working. I have great conversations and I laugh a lot. It's not stuffy like some office, I get to let loose and fully express myself.

    I used to have a lot of stress but now I feel great. These days my only major concern is that I wish I could have the confidence to tell more people what I do. I'm afraid they will judge me.

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  33. Steph Miller says:

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  34. Amazing knowledgeable post.

    Life as a webcam model is amazing, i absolutely love my job.

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  35. does not matter says:

    actually im a cam girl and i have been for years. you point out to very true things but you left some out or maybe they didnt happen to you. you also pointed out to girls having low self esteem. well, my self esteem is off the roof when i get on cam because having so many guys saying that im beautiful, that im the perfect girl (even if im not and never will be), having them point out qualities i didnt even think of having. let me give you a concrete example of how camming helped my self esteem: my breasts arent perfect and ive always had problems with this aspect of myself, in fact its been the only thing that made me think of plastic surgery (not to add silicone or whatever but to make them look normal) and since ive been camming and ive had all these people telling me how they love my breasts and pointed out other qualities of them that i wasnt seeing because of one defect made me love them and abandon the idea of plastic surgery.
    also, whenever im feeling down i just go online (as i work from home) and people there always make me smile. you can always find very interesting people, youre in contact with people youd never meet in real life so you can learn many things from them, about different subjects that may have never interested you before.
    another good thing about camming is that it made me explore my sexuality and obliged me to research more and this has made me find out that there are many things i like when it comes to sex and that there are things ill never do. as you said, we all have our limits. but we have to explore in order to find those limits.
    for me at least camming has been and still is a great experience! of course it has its bad parts but balancing them all for me is a positive experience.

  36. Great post. I would like to say that i think it´s better to work directly for the cam site. There are many studios taking money from the models and doing nothing for them.
    If you think that´s your case, take a look at this site:
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    Cheers.

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