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  • Years:
  • I am 24
  • What is my nationaly:
  • Greek
  • Who do I prefer:
  • Gentleman
  • What is my hair:
  • I've crisp gray hair
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  • Looking after pets
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Olympian turned vegas escort suzy favor hamilton: why i was having sex for money

Just a friendly reminder: this is my own perspective and not that of ZoHa Islands. Over the years in Second Life, I was keenly aware that there was a strong consumer base for virtual escorts. I hopped around to visit a few and almost made this a piece about the individual establishments. However, I realized I needed to speak with a veteran in the industry.

Many try, and few succeed. It is a bit of a rare case, but Eve has made it into her primary job. She shared some insight as to how the industry has changed over the years.

I was mainly a voice escort, meaning there would be no typing. It paid considerably more and I was comfortable with it, so I decided to spend a bit more time offering those services.

But, after I became a bit of a seasoned veteran, I decided to branch out into freelancing. It was a bumpy road, but with the existing reputation I had already built for myself it made sense. I invested in adult land, set up a classy space with themed rooms and invested in advertising on multiple sims that allowed freelance advertising.

But, in the past few years the industry has heavily transitioned to being cam-centric, meaning more and more people would only shell out money for those women that would perform a sexual webcam session with the customers. I ended up offering services as a camgirl in Second Life.

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Obviously, this is not an option for everyone. Women that were, essentially, role playing with their voices and avatars are now full-fledged moving into the real world sex industry but sourcing their clients in a virtual platform. In a way, I do hope they move to regulate it, much like how the Skilled Gaming had to be regulated to keep things compliant. While it still seems to be a lucrative industry for many, is it a safe one?

I would love to hear some other thoughts and perspectives surrounding this piece. Make sure to tweet us with your feedback!

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Olympian, but from facing her mental illness.


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