Keeping shows fresh and viewers engaged is always difficult, especially with the amount of competition in the cam industry. A great way to liven up your performance and keep your shows interesting is to use props and toys. All kinds of items in the sex toy industry could be incorporated to add a new dimension or attract a new demographic of audience. It’s time to think outside the box.
Bondage and fetish wear
Bondage and fetish wear deliver a strong image and can be rewarding for the viewer even before the performer has done anything. Dominatrix-style outfits and impact toys may be used during shows to impart a sense of submission. Stunning bondage boots with spiked heels, strap-ons and leather or PVC outfits all leave a mark on the submissive viewer. There are a great variety of crops, whips, paddles and canes on the market, some of which leave specific imprints — a shape or a word, for example — upon impact. Claw gloves add a menacing thrill to a Domme outfit. Masks can be used to add mystery to the performance.
Not your mother’s vibe
Unusual dildos are another way to diversify your play. These days we have more than a selection of different-colored phallic silicone to choose from.
Vibrators have upped their game recently with a wealth of space-age options. Great for creating an aesthetic on screen, these combine sci-fi-like design with lights and color to add a new twist to an old favorite. This is a nice starting point for a performer who wants to strengthen her prop game but is unsure where to start. Most vibrators are very user-friendly and don’t require role-playing as do some other options.
There are lots of ways you can use props to widen your performance and audience appeal. Your only limit is your imagination, but be sure to check the rules of the platform on which you cam before embarking on any uncommon activities.
Katy Seymour is a super-sex-positive writer in the U.K. who believes kink is life. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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