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Online platforms offering the service have seen an explosion but campaigners say it could leave them at the mercy of stalkers. Women turning to sex webcamming to make money during the Covid lockdown have been warned it could leave them at the mercy of stalkers and blackmailers. Online platforms offering the service have seen an explosion in subscriptions, with OnlyFans reporting more than a 75 percent increase in new -ups in the last month, gaining about , new users every 24 hours.

And they have also been told they will make little money in a saturated market crammed with new performers offering sexual video contact to online punters. Camming sees contributors start an , set the price, and then perform sex acts on a live video stream, or post sexual videos and images to subscribers. According to support groups, many women across Scotland faced with no income have turned to camming as a short-term source of income, without realising the long-term consequences. CLiCK this week launched a helpline for those considering or already involved in online sex work.

Prices have been driven down and women charge as little as a fiver a month per follower, 20 per cent of which goes to the platform, with another five per cent being taken in commission if they were referred by another contributor. Some are barely reaching double figures in followers, yet having to work round the clock, marketing and performing to retain subscribers or attract more. All of which can come back to bite women. In March, a cache of stolen pornographic photos and videos from the subscription website OnlyFans leaked online.

There are no consequences for the men, even though they are at fault, not the women. Routes Out, which helps women in the Glasgow area to exit sex work, helped a victim of domestic abuse whose partner blackmailed her through threatening to publicly expose her webcamming work.

Amid a huge spike in reports of domestic abuse, there is also concern women in coercive relationships may be forced online by abusive partners. Do we not think there is a possibility some women may be pressurised to do webcamming because it is a way to make money? But because the sites are global, online abusers, will not realistically be penalised if outwith the jurisdiction of Police Scotland. These men are stealing images and setting up groups where they are shared. For information, see www. Megan Furie is a high-profile dominatrix who works in webcamming from her home in Glasgow.

Here she talks about the realities of working as a webcam girl - and says women should not see the industry as a way to earn easy money. As an online worker, you must p your tweets and photos are being screenshot and videos recorded and kept. P this work will follow you for life. Even if you do change your mind or plan to just do this during lockdown and delete your , your internet footprint will follow you, if not physically then certainly psychologically.

This is not an ideal scenario and believe me, one I am actively fighting to change. But until we are underpinned by a society free of stigma, you need to accept that this could be a permanent choice. I have heard of cases of ex-partners finding out and using this to try to gain custody of children, people thrown off university courses, losing their main jobs etc. I was thrust into the media over a clip store I had which broke some content rules and within an hour, I had any slim chance of obscurity removed - so I know this first-hand.

All I ask is you bear this in mind and make sure you are comfortable with this before you begin. If you are absolutely on the bones of your backside, you are likely making decisions based on your fear of financial insecurity. So, online sex work suddenly becomes attractive. It may appear like quick and easy money but it is neither quick nor easy - even for someone with a known face. Sharks will swarm looking to recruit you and these sharks are no longer men limping on walking sticks in pink furry coats. These are people who will sell you the fairy tale by showing you their huge earnings.

But the truth is they have that level of income because they usually also earn commission every time you make a sale as you ed up under their referral link. I have a known face but this does not exclude me from having to do the work. There is lots of extra advertising on all of these sites every day, admin, answering s and calls. Some of you may thrive and I, for one, love my job. But I am merely at the start of a very long, arduous journey to build up a following in an arena I have never been a player in. These amazing people place our health above their own and we are inviting the public to pledge their support by placing a heart on their location in the UK.

They can also hang up whenever they like, so my job is to keep them engaged like I would in any sales job. It requires a very thick skin and a sound sense of who I am to not let the stress of a quiet shift get to me. Phone lines are a similar set-up. I aim to cover bills in the first two weeks of the month so I can relax. If I need to do longer hours, I will - but it takes its toll.

I have had requests which have gone way over the mark because clients are notorious for not reading profiles, some downright rudeness and those wanting to offload some of their worries. A mental health disaster waiting to happen. This is a graft, a hard one. It is permanent and unless you have a following and are instantly exceptional, you will start at the bottom. By Annie Brown. Get the latest top news stories sent straight to your inbox with our daily newsletter Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later.

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