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The men I meet online rarely fall into the category of “anonymous assholes who have abandoned all social etiquette,” nor do they resemble the pasty, calculator-wristwatch-wearing forebears of chat rooms past.
Many, in fact, are successful professionals in their field – whether it be law, the arts or academia.
“This was your idea,” my father railed against my mother, who once worked in the sex industry herself.
My mother always told me I could be whatever I wanted to be in life.
I began leaving the office sharply at 5 p.m., applying my makeup on the subway ride home and often skipping dinner in order to log online faster.
I broadcast my webcam show until 10 or 11 p.m., then rolled into bed exhausted, exhilarated and up to 0 richer.
Much like waitressing or washing floors, professional masturbation was simply incommensurate with my educational background and perceived level of dignity.
The first time that I logged on as “Marina,” I wore a tight black tank top and a comfortable pair of shorts, figuring that if the camming thing didn’t work out, I would at least be dressed for consolation pastries afterward. “Well, I came here because I hate my real job and wanted to see if this could be a viable financial alternative,” I said, tweaking my nipples a bit in hopes of resuscitating some of the erections I undoubtedly just lost.
But before I could even finish doubting myself, a swarm of users flooded my chat room, tipping liberally with “tokens,” the website’s local currency, and barraging me with questions. “How does it feel getting naked in front of hundreds of guys?
Had she been bribing me with hundred dollar bills, I might have socialized more readily.
And, if my camming experience is any indication, I might have even liked it.