August 15, 2012

So, you want to be a Cam Girl?

by XxXxX

Lots of requests have been coming in about what it takes to be a cam girl. Well, Let me tell you...

The Things You Do...

The list of things you do is endless. There are limits, but those are mostly the illegal things anyway. Most sites have separate sections for people to put themselves in. The web site I have devoted myself to is the best. Trust me; I have looked high and low. You charge anything you want, up to a cap which no one would ever charge per minute because it is so high. Except for your money slaves, but that is expected.

Here are the types of sections you can be in that say what you do, they usually have their own names but I have pretty much summed it up.

Friends Only: This is nothing at all sexual. Sex is not even a topic of conversation. These people come to you strictly to be your friend. They are lonely or just need someone to talk to. They mostly don’t expect anything, but sometimes after becoming friends and getting to know you, they want you to move into another section for fun. But that is just a handful of viewers, the ones that like the challenge and are willing to invest into it. Mostly, they are just nice people that want nothing more than a good conversation.

Soft-core: This is kind of like friends, but if you want to do more you can. You are allowed to get naked and give shows, but you don’t have to. You can give to some and deny others. You can pretty much call your own shots and a lot of the time, the guys are just there to look at you and try to sweep you away. This is usually where I reside. I like the freedom and it works for me.

Hardcore: This is where people go when they want to get down and dirty. If someone wants something, you give it to them. You can say no to odd requests, but mostly they just want you to fuck your IQ points away. I don't think this really needs further explanation.

Dungeon/Fetish: Well those names pretty much sum it up. People come here for special requests. Whether it is BDSM role play, foot fetish, or other role plays, this is pretty much where they go to find it. If you had a certain area of expertise, this could be where you belong.

Meet One of My Girls!

Chelle - The bigger, bustier, 'tell me what you want' kind of girl. Multi colored hair, pink girly make-up and snake bite piercings. She is a big girl with tits that could suffocate 2 men at the same time. Ok, they are not really THAT big, but I am going out on a limb and say one is probably bigger than my head. If it is true that the camera adds 10 pounds, well then, they are fucking colossal.

The men sure do love her. She corners the market on the big girl side of the business. She has the sweet persona that makes them melt while she drains their wallets. She plays up her 'come fuck me' eyes and licks her lollypop while the men just sit there like morons wishing they were in bed with her. She is a submissive type of girl. She knows how to keep the men on their toes, but always gives them exactly what they want in the end, which ensures their prompt return. For a submissive girl, Chelle sure knows how to dominate.

How Do You Tell Your Partner?

There is no easy way to tell your family that you work in the sex industry. I kind of assume it to be like coming out of the closet, but instead of being born to love someone of the same sex, you CHOSE to be a cam whore, so careful who and what you tell. As for telling your partner, it really depends on your relationship and your significant other. I have been in 2 relationships during the duration of my job and the first ex used to sit in the corner and quietly watch, and then he was all hot and ready for me when I was done. But, after the newness wore off, it became business as usual. He is a dick and throws it in my face still to this day. The second relationship was and still is more like a best friend with benefits. I know where he stands on the idea, it is hot in theory, but it wouldn't fly for his girl. So I chose to keep it to myself.

If you are in a serious relationship, you want to be open and let your partner know what your intentions are before you even start. Talk about it and come to a common ground, make the decisions of what you will or will not do. This is just a job, you both need to know and understand that before making any commitments, or breaking them.

I hope this was insightful, feel free to leave any comments or questions and feel free to send me a message if you want privacy.