Let’s all just drop any pretense that any of us have no idea what a cam girl is, okay? You know what they do. I know what they do. Everyone knows what they do. But do we really? Sure, we know that they chat with horny guys and try to fulfill some sort of fantasy or desire, but what do they really do? In this new documentary short, by the folks over at Engadget , we get a peek behind the camera to see how these ladies go about raking in all that cash. For some, like adult film star Ariana Marie, they have their whole house wired with cameras basically making her life The Truman Show of cam girls.
Others like bodybuilder/cam girl Aspen Rae say that she believes the men who come to watch her are just looking for some company. “I would say the majority of guys that I entertain, they’re more looking to kick it,” says Rae.
Harli Lotts also feels a personal connection to those who pay to watch her (and not watch her as the case may be). “They’ve tipped us so we don’t get online and can go have a good time,” says Lotts about her customers. “They really do care about us, and we really do care about them.”
Regardless of the reason why people log on, as Aspen Rae puts in the video, her goal is to make thousands of dollars a day. Lotts says in camming she can make anywhere from $500 to $5,000 a day, a far higher income than most make shooting adult films and it only takes her three to fours a day to do so. It’s quite a fascinating system they’ve got worked out and according to Engadget , they have one woman to thank, Jennifer Ringley. In 1996, Ringley set up a camera to record every moment of her life and voila, camming was born. Fascinating stuff, to say the least. Check out the entire documentary short below… H/T Maxim