Welcome to #Cammunity Chatter, an occasional roundup of some of the best and sassiest social media statements that speak.
We’re kicking off this week with an incredibly inspiring message from Vicky Vette.
Just celebrated 30+ years of my AA sobriety date… yes at one point I was a bit crazy when drinking – I don't miss those days at all. If you're a girl in the biz struggling with those issues I'm happy to discuss it, PM me…. no, you don't have to be high to make p*rn 👍xo rt
— Vicky Vette (@vickyvette) March 18, 2018
Vicky, we’re so happy for you. Having more than 30 years of sobriety under your garter belt is awesome. And we also love your true but often forgotten message that a person does *not* have to be high to make videos, do shoots, etc. We hope your tweet can help others who are ready to start a sober life.
Next, Nikki Night has some good advice for any cam model.
In a recent tweet, Night suggests that cam models read The Definitive Book of Body Language. And she has a good point. After all, a lot of camming is about body language.
Wanna know how to speak to your viewers without talking?
~The Definitive Book Of Body Language~
— Nikki Night (@Nikki_Night) March 7, 2018
Riley Reyes also is full of good career vibes this week.
Reyes recently tweeted about the Porn Role Model Challenge. The Challenge asks people in the industry to tag three performers who would make good mentors. Mentoring in any industry is incredibly important — however, building connections in the camming industry and online sex work in general is essential.
Porn Role Model Challenge! Tag 3 performers who would make great peer mentors! If you're tagged, pick your 3. My picks are @therealJuliaAnn @ninaland and @mistystonexxx Apply through https://t.co/ey2wQl94JH pic.twitter.com/7QIBhvbS6R
— Riley Reyes (@RileyReyXXX) March 20, 2018
And Ginger Banks comes out swinging on a personal note.
I wish people who secretly associated with sex workers would "come out" about it. Talking to us shouldn't qualify as some huge secret. So sick of feeling like I have to be a secret because something is wrong with me.
— Ginger Banks (@gingerbanks1) March 27, 2018
We hate that Banks has experienced this treatment, but she’s not alone in this experience.
Here’s to hoping for better times, when people accept each other for who they are, not the job they have. Because, after all, if you aren’t hurting anyone, what’s the problem?
And let’s end this week’s post on a cute note…
Playing fetch with Sam this morning. Thanks again to the sweet friend that sent these little fuzzy mice, they love them. pic.twitter.com/iraBIzrv7y
— Miss Alex Coal (@AlexxxCoal) March 24, 2018
I mean, look at Alex Coal’s adorable cat! What a sweet baby angel. We’re so happy she’s enjoying playing with Sam (and those fuzzy mice look aces). We’re sure Sam appreciates the attention, too.
That’s it for now. As always, thanks for tweeting out awesome insights and sharing super-fun! You all make social media worth, well, keeping.