modeling or burlesque. In other words; in very little clothing. It’s my thing. It’s what I’d like to say I’m good at. No one coerced me into it, nor did I do it to generate a fanbase. For me; being sultry, being sexy, being badass; that’s my wheelhouse. It’s so much easier to me to feel confident when the focus is on my body/what I do with it, because that’s an effortless thing now. So to put on a dress that covered most of my body, , to let the main focus be my eyes, my hair, my body placement, the scenery, put me in a very vulnerable state. It was a challenge for me. It also allowed me a moment of reflection.
to your audience, but also generating content that they like. When you build a big enough audience, the pressure to keep them entertained, or satisfied is staggering. There is a stark difference in the amount of attention I get from a latex shot vs me in full armor (I won’t tell you which is more favored, a bit of a social experiment, if you will). If you truly wish to make a living off of yourself as someone with a sexually driven fanbase, sometimes that means taking the paid project where you model lingerie over the artsy, period-era portraits. Of course; it’s a lot easier as a hobbyist, and fortunately that is what I am. Should it be that way though?