Cam Girl, 20, Quit Job In Retail And Pays Mortgage For First Home By Performing Online
A woman has opened up about how she quit her job in retail for a career as a cam girl.
The 20-year-old, who goes by the name BunnyRoseX, says she can earn up to $3,200 (£2,500) a month and uses the money to pay the mortgage on her £210,000 ($276,000) home.
Bunny worked in a shop until she was 18, when she quit and went full-time sharing photos and videos on her exclusive OnlyFans account.
Speaking about her career switch, Bunny said: "Requests from my fans vary. Normal requests are for explicit pictures and explicit videos.
"Some crazy requests are for me licking feet, photos of my kneecaps - or even just pictures of my hands!"
Videos of her performing sex acts can fetch $10 (£7.60) a piece, she explained, 'but custom videos, requested personally, start at $20' (£15).
She explained: "Other girls' photos can start at $3, but I sell them for $5. When you have over 70 quickly buying them, that soon mounts up."
As well as paying for the privilege of being a fan, people also lavish her with gifts.
Bunny said: "Gifts come very often. Anything from bags, to shoes to money.
"We actually prefer Amazon vouchers though, as we don't want somebody getting our address!"
Some fans do proposition her. She said: "Yes, I've had relationship requests, but I always politely decline."
Bunny explained she has to draw a line and that it's important fans don't get too familiar. She said: "It's so creepy when people say they've seen me in public. I don't need to know!"
Some of her punters even try and blag freebies.
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She said: "I hate it when people ask for free things. It's a service provided, and it pays the bills. It's really rude."
As well as paying for her first home, Bunny's job has given her financial freedom to do what she wants, when she wants.
She said: "I love deciding to wanting to go away and booking a holiday and leaving a week later.
"It's also random meals at Miller and Carter, and not budgeting to make sure you have enough for the month, like at most jobs."
And while some may not approve of her career path, Bunny said her family have been really supportive.
She said: "They find the stories fascinating and hilarious!"
But not everybody is on board with her job performing for guys online.
Bunny said: "I've had some people belittle me because of my job - it really doesn't have any effect on me any more.
"I hate when people are really judgmental, there's no need for it - I understand some people's views but I don't need to hear it 1,000 times!"
It's not hampered her love life away from the camera, either. BunnyRoseX is actually engaged and claims her work helps her in the bedroom.
She said: "Definitely, it has a positive impact on sex - but you need a clear line between work and relationships."
So what would she say to anyone thinking of following in her footsteps?
She said: "Create a stage name, and a new profile on socials - and it's all about promoting. Also, create original ideas, something that draws fans to your profile over other profiles."
The golden rule, however, is to love what you do.
She said: "Every girl has different limits. But every girl wants to be a model."
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