New York Times Takes A Look How COVID-19 Is Effecting the Industry
The New York Times Analyzes How Cam Models Cope With COVID-19
The well known New York Times took a look at cam models and the industry during this global pandemic due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and with a huge influx of people at home dude to shutdowns, lockdowns and stay-at-home orders have led to a big rise in online porn viewing. With those, new viewers there’s also a high amounts new performers signing up to sites as a way to make money from home. The increase has become so noteworthy, that The New York Times on Friday took its own deep dive into how camming has been affected by coronavirus.
Spike In Traffic
Clipsite ManyVids has seen a 69 percent increase in model sign-ups in March, when the pandemic-related shutdowns began, compared to March of 2019. On cam site, CamSoda, new signups are up 37 percent. Now this might not be too surprising, given that 16 million U.S. workers have applied for unemployment insurance in the last three weeks alone. With more than one-third of the population under some sort of stay-at-home order, to flatten the curve, but the questions is.. is the rise of traffic a rise of income for models?
What Veteran Cam Models Said:
“There’s a large amount of people that are looking to jump into this industry for the first time, and that saturates the market quite a bit,” Toronto-based Cam Model Cecilia Morrell told The Times.
“I think people are not only hoarding toilet paper, they’re hoarding money, because no one knows when their next paycheck is coming,” added Raie, a British Chaturbate model.
“I’m meeting a whole bunch of people more frequently than I normally would, but there’s not much more money,” CamSoda model Mileena Kane told the paper, explaining that while her viewership has risen, each individual fan is tipping less than was typical before the shutdowns hit.
“Sure, do it, create an OnlyFans, start camming — but that means you have to support sex workers all year round now,” she told The Times. “You can’t just dip in and out of it because you think it’s easy and then trash us in the end.”
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