Well I started in college, but I wasn’t a member of any chat forums. I think a lot of people keep this kind of work a secret, for obvious reasons. In my case there were other personal issues to deal with too. Now I can see how useful it would have been to talk to others.
That (what stanton said) and also I think in general there are more females in this type of work. I feel like I saw a similar question in a different thread–think about the number of female vs. male strip joints. We just make up more of the workforce, period.
You know what they, say, women are more chatty 🙂
Men do this in college also, I have no doubt, but men are able to keep some things to themselves. It’s not a shame but it’s not something you would shout out loud either.
I have no doubt that there are a lot of college guys who do this, but like someone else said the ladies are just a little more chatty. I think guys might be a little more secretive about the fact that they do this kind of work too.
Well, knowing the “stereotypical” guy, I don’t really think guys are less apt to talk about it when they work in the sex industry. Isn’t it every (stereotypical) guy’s dream to be a porn star? 😉
Yes, but most of the viewers and clients male webcam models have are also male. There aren’t many men who are going to want to be viewed as gay when they aren’t. There are plenty of male webcam models who have male clients who are NOT gay. That is not something you want spread around campus.
I know a guy who’s modelling his way through college, but he’s shy about it. It actually slipped while we were talking and he was afraid I was going to tell his parents or something. I told him he is old enough now to make his own lifestyle choices but he still won’t tell his parents about his job.