Scarlett Lacy cams for causes. One is very personal: She’s putting herself through college with her on-cam earnings. On a more philanthropic level, she supports the Wounded Warrior Project with special shows to raise donations for injured veterans.
A former full-time stripper, Shotzy Monroe initially went into camming in order to earn extra money. Now she's a full-time cammer. Her advice: Find a niche in which you feel comfortable and let everyone know.
Some of the most common fetishes include mazophilia (arousal by female breasts), podophilia (foot fetish), autagonistophilia (being onstage or on-camera), narratophilia (talking dirty) and pygophilia (arousal by buttocks). Others include voyeurism, group sex, rubber, role-play and plain old BDSM.
After 10 years as a cam girl, Sierra Lovelea has seen it all. She specializes in fetish play, which she says “can be a little strange the first few times.” Fetish niches can be very profitable, though. So can camming on Skype instead of more traditional platforms.
The camera makes a big difference in webcamming. You can’t do business without it, and the built-in cam on your laptop isn’t gonna cut it if you’re trying to give fans a great show or stay comfortable in those pretty, yoga-like poses. At the very least, you should have a good quality camera.
Whether you work for yourself or a company, most models are classified as independent contractors tax-wise. So, unless you have a day job where you can get group coverage or family can put you on their policies, you need health insurance.
Lemon Haze xXx is a WYSIWYG kind of girl. She’s young. She has neon-pink hair (today). She’s a #StonedGirl. A native of South Holland, the Netherlands, she performs private cam shows, often with her girlfriend Noa Livia. She also does girl-girl porn.