For just a dollar, you can send your first message to Valerie, a 22-year-old college student living in southern Georgia.If she responds, you can spend more money to keep chatting.
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Every dollar you spend will help her pay her tuition.
Valerie is one of more than 10,000 female members on My Girl Fund, where men pay women to chat, send custom fetish photos and videos, and perform for them via live webcam.
An agriculture student with a full course load, she decided to become a “camgirl” on the site when the two part-time jobs she held down weren’t providing enough of an income.
“I used to be a manager of an adult store, so I guess I always played around with the idea of camming or any kind of sex work,” Valerie told Fusion.
(She requested that we not use her real name for privacy.) “My family has no money, so when this opportunity came up, I was like, ‘Wow this is real, I can do this, I’m comfortable with it, it’s really gonna make a difference.’” My Girl Fund’s founder and CEO, known only as Brian, estimates that around a third of the site’s members are students.
“I think college girls do really well on the site because they’re intellectually stimulating, in a way,” the site’s director of development, who goes by Stefan, told Fusion.
“It’s about carrying on conversations—they might not be performers, but they are conversationalists.” With tuition costs and living expenses on the rise, thousands are turning to online sex work—My Girl Fund is hardly the only sex site helping college students make ends meet.
But as students, these women face questions unique to their post in life: What if their professors find out?
Could they get in trouble for using university internet? (That said, she does take precautions to avoid, say, her dean seeing her naked. Sure, some models have agents (like famed college camgirl Kendra Sunderland), but for the most part, it’s DIY sex work.