I do mean on my camming twitter and such. What youve said makes sense. I would honestly prefer for people to not call me those names anywhere but I havent set any rules for it because it feels like the effort would be pointless (due to the amount of guys who dont bother reading bios) and its honestly not a huuuge deal to me. I understand why people would want to call camgirls pet names but it just seems a bit strange when we are having a casual conversation and they are using them. Like, I have a dude that calls me sexy after every sentence he speaks when we are only talking about things such as the hurricane that was headed my way a couple days ago... thats not sexy! I understand that it would be difficult to explain why members cant call me petnames everywhere so I need to either implement a no pet name rule everywhere or ignore it. Thanks!@Dawn Skyler I'm not totally sure about the context. Do you mean on your camming Twitter and other social media?
I think it's reasonable to ask that people in your personal life not call you pet names for sure.
It's reasonable to ask that guys who aren't customers have different "pet name privileges" than someone who pays for your time/attention (e.g. "I'm not your bb... we've never played together, and you've hardly ever said three words to me!").
It's fair to request that people treat you differently in free/public scenarios than they do in paid chat (e.g. dirty talk is allowed in private, but not in the public chat room or Twitter).
However, I think it would be really hard to get people to treat "Dawn in the free chat room" much differently than "Dawn on Twitter." It's hard to explain why it's ok to call you babygirl for free in your chat room, but not ok on Twitter. You're getting paid the same amount either way (nothing), and anytime you're "in character," you're technically working, so you can't really claim that they're invading your private time/space/persona with their pet names.
Of course, you can have any rules that you want to have. I just think you may have trouble getting people to comply with it.