A Babestation model insisted her job wasn’t just a “naughty sex chat” as she explained what life was like to work for the adult industry.
Former hairstylist Zoe Smith – who didn’t want to reveal her real name – previously worked on a cruise ship, facing grueling 17-hour shifts, before joining the adult company.
Now the job allows him to work only three days a week and earn more money than in his previous job, Birmingham live reports.
The 28-year-old, from Worcester, insists her job is mostly to call and ask questions.
She says a caller rings just to talk about her cat for an hour.
“People have this really bad stereotype that he’s a really naughty sex cat all the time,” Zoe said.
She said some girls choose to wear their pajamas on the website, but they have to satisfy all of the caller’s wishes.
“You can wear whatever you want, cover yourself up if you want, go wear your pajamas or some nice lingerie or a nice dress.
“You have to look presentable and be prepared to sell them to fantasy, because the bottom line is that people who have desires and cannot live them day by day can call you.
“Whether it’s someone to talk to or someone to express what they’re feeling, they’re on their own or they like the way you look and their girlfriend doesn’t look like that.”
Customers can pay to participate in a chat and make requests – which can include removing her shoes, playing with her hair, or bending over – but she says they need to establish a relationship with her first.
“You do what you want. Some guys say ‘I want to see you do this’, but it’s important that they first build a relationship or friendship with you,” she said.
“You have to be prepared to talk about anything and at the same time if you’re uncomfortable you can just log off and go take five minutes.
“I’m never uncomfortable there, but they pay so you have to treat it like it’s customer service.”
Zoe described the strangers who call her as “brave men,” and said she found the attention flattering.
“The way I see it, if you’re at home or doing something in your day and want to talk to a complete stranger whose look you like, I think that’s a really brave thing to do. , so I really admire it.
“It’s really flattering that someone is talking to me, so I like to understand why they called. A guy honestly calls me for an hour to talk about my cat.
“He knows I love my cat and he likes to know how he’s doing. They also like to make friends with you.”
Zoe said night shifts, which start at 10 p.m., are much more sexually motivated, as girls are allowed to show off a lot more. However, she opts for daylight hours only.
“The whole nature of it is that you tease,” she said.
“I thought if I was online or on TV undressing, where does it end?
“People have seen it before so for me I don’t show much. I don’t get naked or naked and I keep it that way, because I’m a pretty private person anyway.”
Zoe works two to three shifts from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. a week for a living, but although she seeks love, she says she earns so much that men can be intimidated by her.
“I’m just in my twenties, having fun, getting to know myself and making sure I’m the best version of myself, and I think I’m on my way to [meet someone], so let’s keep our fingers crossed. “
When asked if the sexual nature of her works pushes back potential dates, she replied that the problem was more “the earnings.”
“This was more questions about income and” what are you earning? How come you only work two, three times a week? Find a real job “- that sort of thing.
“It’s more of a threat because they don’t understand how a woman can earn more than them and work less.
“They get a little envious about it, a little jealous and a little oblivious to what it entails, so try to attack it. I got it, that’s why I’m single and it’s not worth the drama for the moment. When you meet the right person they would understand anyway. “
Zoe wouldn’t say how much she gets paid, but revealed that clients sometimes offered her money in addition to her salary or gifts, including perfume or outfits to wear – purchased from a wishlist compiled by each of the girls online.
“They buy you things, perfume, shoes, outfits that you might want to wear. The interaction is on Twitter and on the Only Fans website. They call and ask to buy you things.
“They propose to [give you money] but I don’t like to say yes, because I like to be aware of what I am earning.
“If someone gives me a lot of money, it’s a little unfair to them, but it was offered but I don’t accept it. You make a list online, like an Amazon wishlist, and they Would buy it there. That’s the way it would be. “
Zoe said she would quit if she got pregnant, but would potentially come back when she had kids and “now is a good time.”
“I don’t really go out. I don’t drink, I don’t do drugs and so on TV and just making myself good and feeling good about myself is my escape, my thing to do for fun,” said she declared.
“It’s a bit of an escape and a way to feel good. In society you don’t feel good. People are awful, aren’t they? I think if you can go to work and the people call you to tell you how nice it is to look at you and ask you nice questions about yourself, it does a lot for your self-esteem. ”