Jessica Sage recently announced that she had launched her own GFE (girlfriend experience) content site, TheJessicaSage.com via VXPages. Her aim, according to press material, was “to create something new (yet familiar) with her hyper-real, intensely intimate videos.”
“I was just feeling like something was missing,” Sage explained regarding her former online presence/platforms. “I wanted to connect [with fans] in a very real way, while at the same time exploring something new for me.”
Quick perusal of VXPages.com seems to indicate that the services is like, maybe… Wix.com — just without the sex work discrimination.
The VXPages homepage says that models can:
Easily set up and edit your homepage in your browser. No coding skills needed, it’s fun. We’d like to create something extraordinary that enriches and decisively simplifies the everyday life of influencers. Of you. We achieve this together, by listening to you, by taking a close look and thus providing insight into your daily challenges and the motivation that drives you.
It’s important to point out that VXPages — very reasonably — is not a “free” service. They are providing many tools and backend elements that require payment. They break down payout percentages like this:
What we take, what we give? Like any website needs a payment service provider that asks for commissions, in our case is 10% out of the turnover. After this payment fee was deducted, 75% is your share and 25% goes to the platform. You can get up to 85% sharing when you take part in a special partnership deal.
To me, this reads somewhat unclear. I *think* it’s saying that VXPages and models have a 25/75 split of 90% of a single dollar, for instance, after that first 10% is pulled off the top… I *think*
I really wish these services would just be clear about what the terms are — because 90% of a dollar is 90 cents. And 75% of 90 cents is 67.5 cents. So, models are not getting 75% if I am reading this correctly. They are getting 67.5% — which is fine! And that 85%? That’s 85% of 90% — not actually 85%. Again, I *think*
Truth: These platforms provide services that are worth paying for, but just be clear about how the payout break out, sheesh!
Regardless, having a “room of one’s own” on the internet is a great idea. It can certainly provide a place for models and performers to create their own vision of their work and persona.
Addressing fans in the aforementioned press material, Sage shared what inspires her content: “I take real life scenarios that you experience with your girlfriend and make it ultra life-like that takes masturbating to the next level. You feel like you’re with me, like you’re in a relationship with me.”
Press material also stated that, when fans sign-up at TheJessicaSage.com, they should not be “too surprised when you find out the beautifully designed website was built by Jessica herself! This brainy babe is for real, and you don’t want to let this one get away. Jessica releases fresh content every single week, and you can subscribe to her Telegram to see her daily life (just like a real GF).”
This is a a very interesting possibility for work online. Maybe it’s useful for you!
Erika is a sex positive people watcher (and writer). Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.