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Is capitalizing on your sexuality yay or nay? Give it to me.

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I wanna hear it all.

Why do you think it's absolutely horrible and disgusting?

Why do you think it's perfectly fine and chill?

Where do you stand on this?

Does gender matter? Does it play a significant role?

Is it less cool if a dude jerks off into a camera?

Is it more nasty if a chick eats some dude's shit for money or some holidays in Dubai?

Is it cool to flirt with your manager to get promoted? How about sucking his dick?

Where do you draw the line? Do you, at all?

 

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Oopsy.

Accidentally posted here instead of the relationship/sexuality section.

Would kindly request the thread to be moved.

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I wouldn't say it's horrible but I understand why it's looked down upon. Usually it takes less effort to build a business around your sexuality if you're good looking. But I'm not sure if that's even true considering there is probably too much competition in the webcam/OF industry.. And the future of AI in combination with VR/AR could make the competition even stronger..

 

18 hours ago, ivankiss said:

Is it more nasty if a chick eats some dude's shit

I would say this is nasty lol

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Overall I don't care and I don't judge, but most people do. And if you're okay with that, go capitalize on it!

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Depending on the context. If one is hungry and poor it makes sense, I wouldn't judge it.

But if a person is not hungry and poor and relly on their sexuality to get things in life, it's dark and manipulative use of sex. Not necessarily but might be due to past traumatic experience.

It's cheapen sex because sex is sacred. I believe that sex should be something that people engage in authentically, from the higher chakras, and not something that is curropted by money or egoic benefits and practiced from the lower chakras (like many people today do).

I don't respect men and women who use their sexuality as shortcuts in life, chasing quick money, quick promotion or anything. I wouldn't respect myself if I used my sexuality to gain material benefits, I would feel empty and it would deeply hurt my self esteem.

I know that many in our capitalist society brand women using their sexuality to gain material benefits as women empowerment and freedom but for me this is not a sign of empowerment, nor freedom. Because the male gaze is still there, dictating the rhythm under the illusion of the ultimate liberation and power.

I believe that true women empowerment means making money without needing to "get naked".

True women empowerment is making money and meeting basic needs through their work ethic, talents, feminine wisdom, passions, character and skills, giving tangible value to society and mankind, and not something which is merely related to their usage of sexuality for the male gaze.

Edited by Lila9

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Loving both replies. Very cool stuff so far. Thank you.

 

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Peopel can do what they want for a job. Provided it's not harming others and is a net positive to society. Providing sexual entertainment per se isn't a bad thing. 

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19 hours ago, bebotalk said:

 Provided it's not harming others

What if it's harming the one providing 'entertainment'? Knowingly or unknowingly.

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2 hours ago, ivankiss said:

What if it's harming the one providing 'entertainment'? Knowingly or unknowingly.

that's their choice. though people should be free to make said decisions. 

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3 minutes ago, bebotalk said:

that's their choice. though people should be free to make said decisions. 

Of course. Everyone is free to harm themselves or others. But must they?

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Depends. if a person acknowledges the risks, they can harm themselves. i don't see the point here. It's just about personal freedom and not infringing on the freedoms of others. And no, IMHO people sholdn\'t harm others. 

 

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