Webcam Fan Club
Back in the olden days of about eight years ago, one was very happy to log onto their computer and zip on over to their friendly neighborhood chat room, where you would talk for hours about sex with people who became like online neighbors. You never met them in person, but you really did come to know a great deal about them. They became a somewhat pathetic safety net, a place to gather online in lieu of actually leaving the house to hang out with your real friends. Assuming you had real friends. But the emotional connection was genuine, even if people did not quite realize it back then in those relatively early internet days. It probably seemed too strange to say out loud that you had feelings for someone you never even met, sometimes too odd to even admit to yourself. Nowadays, though, feelings like that are very common and accepted, surely helped along by the incredible explosion of webcams over the past few years. And people who now use webcams to broadcast explicit sex shows, especially masturbation showcases, find themselves in a most modern, humorous position of developing rabid fanbases that takes online dependency to a whole new level. If you are one of these exhibitionists who flaunts themselves all the time, you will find that people clamor for your next show. You will get emails and instant messages wondering when you will be on next, wondering why you can’t go on right this very second. You will find yourself being talked about as you lurk under another screen name. People can’t get enough of you. It is a flattering position to be in, surely the result of some degree of good looks and creativity behind the camera. Certainly not everyone is so revered. Many appear lifeless on camera, so maybe the bar is not set too high. Yes, sex continues to sell, and always will. If you brave the webcam revolution, it can be a huge boost to your ego.