I had my breasts enhanced on Tuesday, despite prior illness. They tell me I’m about a D cup now, but I guess when the swelling goes down, I’ll know better! All I know is they look massive. The surgeon, John Siebert, did a pretty fantastic job from what I can tell. They’re symmetrical, natural looking, and mostly what I was going for. Again, it’s a bit too early to tell. My dressings haven’t needed to be changed, and I’m two days post-op. I’ve been almost completely out of it. They have me doped up on Valium (with a refill!) and Oxycodone, which makes me vomit. Not fun. I’m also totally exhausted and pretty dizzy, and can barely get up off the couch without help. As far as my implants, they are roughly 475-525CCs. I got the smooth, high-profile Mentor gels. They’re also known as gummy bears.
If you’d like to contribute to my recovery/surgery fund, you may do so by sending me a GiftRocket. You can also purchase my before and after photos. I’ve posted a reveal video on Clips4Sale if you’d like to see me take my bra off!
I’ve written other posts that are somewhat similar to this topic, but this post is meant for people looking into getting into webcam modeling, not necessarily those already in the industry. If you’re thinking about getting into the industry, these are things that you should consider before making a decision. This job is not easy. It’s not quick, easy money. It takes time to build a reputation, rapport, and get the hang of the webcam industry. There’s a lot to learn. There’s a lot of dedication and time required to truly be successful. Remember that this is a saturated industry, and it takes skill and time to make bank.
You must have a healthy view of sexuality (fetishes included) and of yourself to be successful. Confidence is key. If you have a flaw that makes you self-conscious, you need to own it or accept that the sex industry is not for you. If you’re easily grossed out hearing about other peoples’ weird sexual fetishes, this job most likely is not for you. Thick skin is a requirement. If you judge your potential customers, they’re not going to spend money on you. Don’t judge, and don’t be a bitch when a guy confides in you.
2. Business Sense
Behind attitude, this the second most important thing you need to be successful. Everything you’ll do on a daily basis falls under this category. Customer service, sales, accounting, networking.. all of these things are imperative to financial success. I’m purposely being vague, but if you don’t know how to look up what business sense (or business acumen) is, you won’t be very successful in this industry. Just sayin’.
3. Willingness to Learn
If you want to be successful, you’ll have to do a lot of research. Be ready to read and even take notes. Use Google and the forum search function before asking for help. You’re going to want help from seasoned veterans in the industry at one point or another. Check your ego at the door when you need help, and remember your manners when asking for it.
When you work for yourself, you won’t make money if you don’t drag your ass out of bed in the morning (or afternoon). If you have trouble motivating yourself to go to work, start a research paper, getting to the gym… this job probably isn’t for you.
I think most of us know what furries are, but for those of you that don’t, I’m going to talk about the non-sexual aspects of furrydom before I mention the sexual.
First of all, furries are fictional characters that people generally play on MUCKS and MUSHES. MUCKS and MUSHES are online, text-based roleplaying games where each person plays a character. It’s like D&D, only with furries, sans a room full of smelly nerds. I should know about that last part, by the way. Every character essentially acts like a human, they’re just.. not. They’re whatever animal the person wants them to be, whether it be a gopher, fox, bear, lion.. you get the point. Furries usually don’t speak in costume for several reasons. One, some want to conceal their identity. Two, animals don’t speak, and three, you wouldn’t be able to hear them anyway.
To get to the sexual part, some furries take their roleplaying a few steps further. I’d like to point out that not all people that play text-based roleplaying games are furverts, or people that sexualize furrydom. According to Wikipedia, only about one third have a sexual interest in furrydom. To warn non-furverts of sexual activity in the online community, the term “yiff” is used.
Some furries are only sexually attracted to anthropomorphic animals, but they don’t necessarily go around dressed up in costumes. Just to quash unsubstantiated claims that all furries are into beastiality, a study by David Rust showed that about 2% of furries were interested in sex with an animal. As a side note, I also think it’s important to mention plushophilia here. I want to write a separate Fetish Friday about this, but plushophiliacs are really into stuffed animals. They sometimes get lumped in with furries, and that’s not really correct. More on this later.
So how do furverts get off? I think that’s the big question. Some express affection (and not necessarily sexual affection) by scritching, or lightly scratching another furry between the ears with their fingernails (or claws, if they’re wearing their fursuit). Some fursuits are specially made for sex, with elaborate features meant to make sex easier. Other furries just cut holes where they need them.
There are lots of furry conventions held around the world, but the largest one in the world is held annually in Pittsburgh. So, if you want to see furries in action, you should check out Anthrocon.
I’m throwing this next part in here just because I’m a huge Brewers fan and I think it’s hilarious.
Milwaukee Brewers broadcaster Jim Powell was sharing a hotel with Anthrocon 2007 attendees a day before the convention and reported a negative opinion of the furries.
It’s incredibly vague, but the fact that they mentioned my second favorite Brewers announcer made it worth mentioning.
If anyone has anything they’d like to add to this, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Every year, I offer one lucky fan a chance to win a trip to a Milwaukee Brewers game with me. I’m a huge Brewers fan with season tickets, and I love having the opportunity to share an experience with a fan!
Here’s how the contest works:
Each entry is $25. For each $25 you spend from this (and only this) ad, you will receive one entry into the contest. There are only 25 entries available, so the more entries you purchase, the more likely you are to win. Your food, drinks, parking, and ticket cost is included in the contest. The drawing will be performed live on MyFreeCams on June 15th at 9PM Central Time. A winner, runner-up, and second runner-up will be chosen, unless there aren’t enough entries to warrant a runner-up. The winner will also be announced on www.dominoxxx.com around the same time. To ensure proper entry, please send me an email at email@example.com to inform me that you’ve entered the contest, along with your name and number of entries you paid for. When entering, please make sure that the name on your email matches the name on your credit card. I will then verify your name and number of entries with CMD.
To enter the contest, visit my ad on CamModelDirectory and click the link at the bottom of the page. For some reason, WordPress is being a bitch about allowing me to hyperlink text, so here’s the link: http://www.cammodeldirectory.com/ads/win-a-trip-to-a-milwaukee-brewers-game-with-domino/
- The winner will be given a choice of about 15 games to attend, ranging from nights and days, weekdays and weekends. If our schedules do not match up for any of the games, the package will go to the runner-up.
- If there is no response from the winner within 48 hours of the announcement, the runner-up will be awarded the package.
- The winner will be reimbursed for general parking upon arrival.
- Food and drinks will be paid for by me.
- Travel costs are not included.
- Be a gentleman. Any sexual advances will result in immediate termination of the date.
1. A wig made out of pubic hair. Merkins were used during the 18th century to replace pubic hair lost as a side effect for treatment of STDs. In other words, they used to inject mercury into your cock and it made your pubes fall out.
I’m going to preface this by saying that I have (and always have had) a rape fetish. I enjoy it when my partner sneaks up on me, gags me, and forces me onto the bed. I love being choked, gagged, spanked, called names, and tied down with no chance of escape. It’s just who I am. Obviously, this is not for everyone. I love the rush I get when I’m surprised like this, so I guess it’s like a high for me.
Rape is a hot button topic right now, and I respect that. Like any sane, compassionate, and decent human being, I’m against any non-consensual sex act. Nobody should be forced to do anything if they aren’t 100% willing and able to give consent. I’m not trying to defend rape, I am only trying to illustrate that it is possible to be very anti-rape but still enjoy play rape as a sexual fetish. Now that I’ve cleared that up…
It is relatively normal to be turned on by things that may frighten you or your partner. These turn-ons can cause a person to feel like a monster. They may cause insecurity, feelings of guilt, and especially, shame. As long as you know and respect the meaning of consent, it doesn’t make you a bad person. More than likely, your urges are normal, especially if you’re conscientious enough to be worried that you’re a monster for having these urges. There are a few times when it is important to seek therapy. If you’re afraid that you can’t control your urges, whether it be unconsenting violence, pedophilia, or another harmful act, it is admirable and honorable, not shameful, to be strong enough to seek therapy.
Real rape (not the fun kinkster kind) is a horrifying, traumatic event. It’s human nature to be drawn to traumatic events, and I would argue that it’s normal to sexualize these events. Call me Freudian, but I think that many fetishes are deeply rooted in childhood and adolescent experiences. I’m going to use myself as an example. I am a victim of rape. It wasn’t a brutal rape. It was a boyfriend/girlfriend kind of rape – the kind where I didn’t really say no, but my body language clearly indicated that I did not want to have sex, if that makes any sense. I do believe that my rape fetish existed before this incident (I think I was 14 at the time, and yes, my previous sexual encounters with the person were consensual), but maybe this cemented it. I’m not sure. I think it has more to do with the fact that I’ve always been relatively submissive and eager to please. Regardless, I’ve known several people that have similar urges that have no history of rape, abuse, or anything even remotely similar. This is normal. As long as you don’t go lurking in dark alleys waiting for women to leave the bar so you can take advantage of them, and you are open and honest in your relationships and your partner is on board with your fetish, and you’ve established a safe word, go crazy! Have fun with it. Go out and buy a blindfold, some bondage tape, whatever. Don’t ever force, emotionally blackmail, or guilt someone into doing what you want them do to (this extends beyond sex) and I think it’s fair game.
For some people (like myself), sex plays a major role in their lifestyle and personality. I do think the importance of sex and sexual compatibility is whitewashed over in our culture. If you’re dating a person that has zero interest in an important aspect of your personality, especially sex, and since most sexual fetishes require consent, I think it’s very important to re-evaluate the relationship. Sometimes, breaking up is the solution. Other times, it could be consenting to an open relationship. Overall, if something is extremely important to you, especially something as huge as sex, it’s worth it to surround yourself with like-minded people. The less you accept parts of yourself, the more likely you are to bottle up your desires and feelings. Everyone knows that rarely ends well. If you’re looking for a place to start, try FetLife. It’s like Facebook for us kinky people.
Want to explore non-vanilla sex? Stick to these rules until you’ve established boundaries with your partner(s):
1. Always use a safeword.
Choose a word that wouldn’t come up in the scenario. In rape play especially, saying “stop” is part of the fun. Need ideas? Use the word green for “everything’s okay – go harder/faster/etc”, yellow for “slow down, I’m nearing my limit”, and red for “stop right now!”.
2. Be open and honest about what you want.
Tell your partner about your desires. Don’t go into great detail if you feel it may shock them, but try to explain what you want and why you think you want it. If you and your partner have a relatively vanilla sex life, it’s best to ease into less vanilla sex. For instance, instead of bringing out the leather cuffs and nipple clamps, ask them if they would allow you to use bondage tape to bind their wrists. You can find bondage tape on Amazon – it’s basically duct tape, but it only sticks to itself. Step things up gradually from here.
3. Read your partner’s body language and listen to the tone of their voice and words they choose.
This is important for not taking advantage of your partner. If you get the feeling that they aren’t into sex that night, or they don’t want to give you that post-dessert blowjob, don’t pressure them. It’s okay to say “I’d really like it if we could ______ tonight.” Just don’t say it in a douchy way that makes them feel like your personal fuck toy. Unless they’re into that.
4. Make sure your partner trusts you.
Especially if you’re tying them up or doing any sort of roleplay that may affect their emotional well-being. Make sure you’re tending to your partner’s aftercare needs.
So.. this week I thought I’d write about macrophilia. As far as I know, this fetish is more common amongst men (ladies, feel free to correct me). I’ve only come into contact with a couple of guys that are into this fetish in my time as a stripper and camgirl.
The fetish revolves around giantesses (think “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman”) dominating the macrophiliac. Some of these fetishists enjoy the fantasy of being eaten by (this type of fantasy is dubbed “vore”), stomped on, crushed by a giant woman’s boobs, and generally being dominated. A lot of fan art based on this fetish exists. Macrophiliacs tend to enjoy photos and videos depicting tiny characters. These characters may be those little MicroMachine dudes that came with old Star Wars playsets, gummy bears, action figures (though those are a bit too big). Or, if you’re ultra-nerdy like me, think HeroClix (though I prefer IndyClix) or Mage Knight. Macrophiliacs tend to enjoy photos taken from the floor looking up at the woman like this. Anything that makes the woman seem huge and the fetishist seems small is gravy.
This morning, I got a bunk email from a person pretending to represent a known scamgirl, Vicky Sunn. You can read the email below.
This “model” applied to be a model on DominosDamsels.com a couple weeks ago. I turned her down because she very clearly accepts Paypal, Moneybooker, Google Wallet, and Western Union. All of those payment processors are notoriously anti-adult. Vicky Sunn also claims to have won the AVN award for “Best Webcam Starlet” in 2012. According to AVN’s website, there was no category for Best Webcam Starlet in 2012. She also claims to have won Miss MyFreeCams in June, October, and November 2010. The winners actually were:
June 2010: LovelyKittie
October 2010: AspenRae
November 2010: CandieCane
The photos Vicky Sunn is using are actually of porn star Anna Angel, who warns of this scammer on her personal website. You can also refer to the best internet sleuth’s blog – Jaana Ruutu. Mark from CamModelDirectory also wrote about this. AVOID THIS “CAM MODEL” AT ALL COSTS. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A REAL SHOW, AND IT’S QUITE POSSIBLE THAT YOUR IDENTITY MAY BE STOLEN.
The email was basically a fake DMCA letter warning me that if I didn’t remove the warning that she is a known scammer, they would seek legal action.
Hello,My name is Manuel Martinez, and I´m the Executive Producer of Seriestation TV, I´m writing on behalf of Victoria Espinar, a model which our modeling agency represents.We are writing you regarding some images and content that are hosted in one of your sites, http://dominoxxx.com/2012/11/beware-of-scamgirls/There are some pictures and content related to Victoria which clearly defames her person and infringes on the copyright of her name and images under the Copyright Act. The types of works are defined in Section 102 of the Copyright Act under pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works.I´m attaching a screen shot with the infringed copyright that should be removed immediately.The unauthorised use of her image totally lowers the public opinion of Victoria, exposing her to hatred, contempt or ridicule, and/or cause for Victoria to be shunned or avoided.Regardless, this site appears to be a place where people can solicit girls online for sexual matters. We do not know which is the policy of Godaddy regarding this kind of content in their domains, but we do not want to be related to this kind of business in any form. The business conducted by these individuals is not even legal under the US Internet solicitation Laws.We require you to delete all content related to our client in the following 48 hours.If you fail to do we´ll pass this case to the legal department, be aware that this exposure it´s illegal and will result in an investigation which can lead to heavy fines or other legal action towards you.I state that the information in this notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the Complaining Party is the owner, or is authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.Regards,Manuel MartinezExecutive ProducerSeriestation