Oh, true, and they don't have to. But once the model refers them TO her profile to answer specific questions, she no longer has to suffer their continued interrogation--she then has a perfectly legitimate reason to ban them, mute them and move on.Because most of those people don't bother to read profiles.
Oh, true, and they don't have to. But once the model refers them TO her profile to answer specific questions, she no longer has to suffer their continued interrogation--she then has a perfectly legitimate reason to ban them, mute them and move on.
Yes, great idea. That's never been thought of before.
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Though I'd personally end it at 'a member can never assume he/she knows a model'A member can never assume he/ she knows a model until they do.
Maybe MFC could program the system so they have to read a model's profile before they can get in the room (like an admission fee, but no money).Oh, true, and they don't have to. But once the model refers them TO her profile to answer specific questions, she no longer has to suffer their continued interrogation--she then has a perfectly legitimate reason to ban them, mute them and move on.
And personally I don't get your rant. I really really don't. People will ask those questions and people will ask where you're from and they will also ask if you escort. There are models out there who used to be very naked and now they are not, same as there are models out there who used to not be naked and now they are. And both groups deserve as much respect for their work. I personally found your comments a touch offending underneath the sugar coating. I know it was probably not meant as offending, as you were sugar coating, but it was.
Welcome to the land of camming! Enjoy your success and ignore the idiots. Done
I haven't heard of the never-nude vs non-nude before. I also never considered that the definition of non-nude as indeed changing and evolving, especially for each individual model.
And to make this all even more confusing, I know of at least one model I've see who used the nevernude tag and still got topless.
In fact, I've known several models who considered "non-nude" to mean "I keep my panties on" and would happily go topless.
And then there's the one who got what I refer to as "model in a British lad mag nude" where she'd get fully naked, but kept the goods "covered" by creative use of objects and camera angles.
Ambiguity in language can be fascinating and frustrating at the same time.
@Miqote I worry that some of those viewers who are so persistent about asking even after you've said no might be cause they saw a "review" of you that said you show more in private. I'm obviously not going to link to it here, but PM me for details.
These members usually think they can get away with more or convince you to do more for the right amount of tokens. It sucks. All you can do is keep shutting them down, ban if necessary, and remove any evidence that supports the notion or implies that you do show more than fully-covered skin.
I just wanted to clarify that I misunderstood Miqote's post originally. I thought she meant that she was completely non-nude in every aspect (public, private, group, videos, pictures, etc), and that it bothered her how other models claim to be NN when they do, in fact, get naked in some form. However, she has explained to me that that is not the case. The OP might occasionally decide to get naked in group or private, but she covers all "the goods" with hands or body parts.
Personally, I don't think you should claim to be non-nude if you get naked (even in tasteful or stealthy ways), just because you might miss out on potential regulars. However, if you say that you occasionally "tease to nude" in group/private, then they might stick around. Regardless, do what makes you happy and don't let anyone try to force you to do things you don't want.
I just wanted to clarify in case I might not be the only one who thought that OP was frustrated with other models claiming to be Non-Nude when they actually get naked. That just wouldn't make sense, cause then she'd be frustrated with herself! I hope that one day we can all move past the labeling entirely (although, yes, I understand the importance of it). New labeling system: Alien, Vulcan, Pirate, or Vampire:
So "non-nude" really means "tame", "mild", "tease" or "artistic".
THIS. Anytime you speak about things that you DON'T/WON'T do (nudity...masturbation...public cum shows...PayPal for Skype...etc.), you're always gonna have that one person who's all "Aw, why not? That's a shame." I used to tell people "No, I don't do public cum shows," and some of them would assume that dangling their tokens in my face (or giving me a large tip and saying "There you go") would make me change my tune. Lol.I don't think this is necessarily a non-nude model problem. Some dudes just try to push boundaries. It doesn't matter if you call yourself non-nude, quarter nude, softcore.... there will be people trying to push past your lines. Even the most hardcore models likely get an earful over the one or two things they choose not to do.
I admit to pushing boundaries in the past, but I am imperfect person. Is it wrong to ask? If I offer a model X amount of monies to do this or that am I a horrible person or just offering options in life to that model? Telling me no does not offend me or anything.
After two separate models both accused me of controlling them with money through tips when mad at me I am very reluctant to make any offers anymore, the more a model wants something the more I am afraid to offer help. I always thought of it the same as any other job. I get paid an okay wage, because only crazy people would work in the conditions I am expected to be in. Technically I am being controlled by my paycheck, I always just thought of it as the way things are. People offer you money to do things you do not want to do for free, unless you have a job you love of course.
I think this is a really good point about most work.People offer you money to do things you do not want to do for free,....
THIS. Anytime you speak about things that you DON'T/WON'T do (nudity...masturbation...public cum shows...PayPal for Skype...etc.), you're always gonna have that one person who's all "Aw, why not? That's a shame." I used to tell people "No, I don't do public cum shows," and some of them would assume that dangling their tokens in my face (or giving me a large tip and saying "There you go") would make me change my tune. Lol.
Something I noticed, when I was watching you tonight your topic said, "PLAY ME! ^_^ 10=BlackJack | Win=ClothingItemOff | Lose=ClothingItemOn | AllOff=Show | 100=Vid | 500=Club | HT(0)=Surprise"
I could see how a premium flipping through models could stumble across this and maybe think you'd be nude at some point. "AllOff=Show" could be interpreted as a show when naked. To your room, your regs, you, and people who read profiles, they'd understand that means lingerie, but someone passing through a site with mostly nude models could definitely assume that means nude. I agree that anyone watching your show for more than a few minutes would understand it means lingerie (which you did indicate in the time I was watching) but just trying to give some helpful insight. This may be why it happens. BUT I ALSO LOVE YOU AND THINK YOU ARE ADORABLE SO PLZ DON'T HATE ME. lol