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From £12K per year to £8K per month: The success story of a Cam Model

Here is another cam girl successful story, which can encourage many others to take the plunge and give it a go. Emily Kathleen, 27 yo, has gone from practically homeless to now holding an agency with 550 models employed, and that in just one year!

Emily was working as a customer advisor during the pandemic in 2020 where she earned just £12K per year. During the lockdown she decided to try her luck as a cam girl, on the first night she earned £400, which is more than she would normally earn per week. Currently she’s earning a huge £8K per month, which dwarfs her old £12K salary.

Some may be surprised to discover that this is not just about Emily stripping off her clothes on a webcam, she also gives her clients what is called the ‘girlfriend experience’, this typically includes chatting, flirting and forming a relationship with them.
It didn’t take long for Emily to fall in love with her new job, so then in May 2021, she set up her own cam girl agency called High Society Models, and she now has almost 550 models working for her.

Emily is an advocate for the empowerment of her models, and looks don’t matter, she will employ all shapes, sizes and ages, and help the women to become free from their old low-paying day jobs.
She’s now started a TikTok page about her new agency, it already has 12,000 followers. She says “Webcamming has completely turned my life around. I was practically homeless a few years ago about to lose my council flat. I can’t believe where I am now, and I absolutely love what I do and it helps that I earn really decent money. It’s not for everyone, but I found my calling and became my own boss. I want to try and break the stigma around the industry and show how empowering this work can be for women.”

While working in her office job, she had found the ‘pressure’ of Covid too much and so got signed off with stress. She says “I have never been ill from stress in my life! It was a very difficult time. I had nothing to lose so I thought I’d give webcam modeling a go. It was scary leaving my job, but I found something I loved doing.” In Emily’s new role, she would turn on her laptop every day and keep her clients entertained via her Internet connection. Some clients simply wanted to chat. Altogether it was on average around 20-30 hours per week of work.

She explains “I strip and have fun with them if I feel comfortable. I provide a ‘girlfriend experience’ which is about building an online relationship with someone. Men are there to speak to an actual person – otherwise they could go and watch porn. I would chat to them, flirt and just have a laugh.”
With her new-found knowledge and power, she decided she wanted to financially empower other women too, so that’s when she started up her own webcam agency.

Emily explains “I wanted my models to have full control over videos and outfits. In webcamming, nudity is preferable but not essential. Most important to me is that they feel comfortable and empowered by what they’re doing.
“We have women of all shapes and sizes – one of our biggest earners is a size 20 girl. We even have couples who do webcamming together. I still can’t believe how much I love my job and the fact I’m not living paycheck to paycheck anymore. I want to help women gain confidence and live a better quality of life by finding the same financial freedom I did. It’s completely changed my life – and I hope I can do the same for others.”

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