The fact that they have to pay to do so doesn’t seem to deter them.
They use platforms like Skype and Facebook to host their shows. I reached out to Nikki Night, who is in charge of performer development and training at Cam4.In fact, you don’t even have to about sex with your viewers when this area is involved.When it comes down to it, a lot of the individuals who seek out these kinds of shows are simply lonely, and want to talk to someone.As Night explains, “They want that raw, vulnerable sexuality. Everything is so force-fed to us in this plastic way.That when you see someone actually have an orgasm for real and the look on their face—even your ugly cum faces—it’s that raw sexual vulnerability that is the juicy center of amateur and it’s even better when it’s someone that could, theoretically, live down the street from you.”This kind of interactive erotic material may be just what the adult entertainment industry needs to survive the flood of free, pre-recorded content that’s surfaced in recent years. As we touched on earlier, the camming community is not exactly an exclusive one. Or maybe there are just so many sexual subsets out there, listing them off doesn’t do anyone any justice. Cox explains, “There’s this new genre of model that’s like the Instagram-famous 400, 500,000 models, the Vine models, Facebook models, so what we’re starting to really come to now is social media models.Here’s the other thing about cam shows: they happen in real time and are much harder to pirate.