What would happen if porn performers just acted like everyone else? What if we all stopped presuming the "real world" judges us in a negative light and discriminates against us. I mean, obviously they do, at least some of them do. But what if we acted as if that wasn't the case? What if we were just ourselves without apologies? What would the world look like then?
This was a story I told 2 years ago, and it meant something to someone. I hope it means something to you and you in turn do something that means something to someone. I'm printing it in it's original form without updates.
We think a lot about this. We are terrified of regret, particularly for our clients. We want people to do this with open eyed, informed consent, or not at all. So we put together this collection of the real, serious things that everyone should think a lot about before they decide to give this a try.
Look, there's going to be a little bit of awkwardness with this. You won't always feel great. But if we can right the ship with how you behave with money right now, your life will get better. It's that simple. It's not about making huge overhauls or grandiose plans that will soon be abandoned. It's about doing the right things today, correctly.
The truth is that we've been incredibly successful with zero social. The nature of our work is secretive. Most of our very successful performers are happy to pull in $10,000/month being completely anonymous and unknown in the real world. Niche specific fame gives them the ability to afford to shop at Whole Foods and the anonymity to not be bothered while they're there. While the customers insist upon the anonymity that the site provides.
This is a guest post by Brock Jacobs. Brock is one of the most popular performers at Pandora Modeling. This is a story about his personal best day ever on cam, which also happens to be the single best day any performer has ever had in the history of our company.