About ten years ago a personal life partner suggested we could become performers in order to fulfil my adventurous side, that slightly naughty bit of me at the time I couldn’t envisage it and dismissed it immediately. Now at the end of my first month of setting up and engaging in both webcam, and that other scary activity ‘phone chat’ sessions I certainly do feel rather accomplished. I have learned a little of different software packages, webcams and lights. Since recovering my humour and general health after the rigours I put myself through pursuing a goal in another part of my life I am having a little fun with toys again, and of course these current times mean that this is the closest I can get to actually engaging with another person. Sometimes it feels like a little window, sometimes I feel a little pressure but I am starting to really come out of myself, and it is definitely adding plenty of excitement.
Very similar to actual in-person bookings I get ready, make up, jewelry, hair just right, lingerie, dress and shoes chosen. I switch on, log in, get the platforms engaged, lights on, make sure the camera is at the right angle – then I wait. Waiting in a webcam ‘room’ for Pay as you Go visitors is a little like waiting for a bus, if you look they never come. So what do I do I read, I browse websites and social media, I write a blog, answer emails and telephone enquiries, leave feedback for those who have used the Adultwork.com facility or start on some coursework for my latest ‘module’ of course. What sort of things to I read well my interests lie in the psychology, holistic health, science, legal, sex workers rights, and a few specific struggles people tend to have. Bundled into this is an interest in kink, sexuality, minorities, fairness, discrimination ability and ethics. I am currently working through a module which covers at least 3 of these right now. Finally I read other Escort blogs and communicate via a few online forums.
Napping or turning on a youtube or podcast always seems to bring that ‘hello there’ ping. Of course pre-booked sessions are more definite, a definite appointment a set time we have both agreed. Very much like previous experience with in person bookings I do experience apprehension, as I do with just about anything and everything I do in my life. I know this is just me, so I don’t read anything more into it. I do know I come away with a buzz, not the same as in-person just slightly different.
As we move forward into potential resumption of physical-presence bookings whenever that will be, I do so knowing I can cam and mix the two. In this way I can be flexible with my time, stay safe as well as see clients who might not be able to make a physical booking. An exciting development in quite difficult times, but I would not have tried if this hadn’t happened or at least not so soon.