The last thing you want out of your first cam session is to be kicked out a room, blocked, or laughed at by a group of guys who can clearly pick you out as a newbie. If you’re about to go into your first cam session there are a few things you need to know before you get started to keep the worst from happening.
Know How and When To Tip
Tipping is an important part of sex cam work as it is in the world of dining. Cam girls often live on and expect tips, though that’s not to say they won’t give tit for tat. There’s an unspoken system set up in the world of sex cams where it’s understood that you’ll tip a certain amount to get private sessions, extra cam time or have a special request fulfilled that your girl may have ordinarily chosen to pass on. A great way to gauge if it’s appropriate to donate or how much you should give is to check and see if your cam girl has a donation goal posted. If they do you may be able to see what size previous donations have been so you can match those. While it may be tempting to donate enough to meet her entire goal, thinking she’ll owe you one huge service afterwards, the best strategy is actually to donate a little bit at a time. This stretches out how long you can guarantee that your tips will get you something in return and ensure that you aren’t just wasting your money.
Treating Cam Girls Right
It can be easy to forget that the cam girls you’re paying to strip for money are real women outside of their cam jobs. Having a screen between you and her can make it seem easier to treat her like she isn’t a real person, but cam sessions aren’t just interactive porn. Keeping that in mind throughout your time with her will go a long way to improve the way your cam girl sees you. Her putting her body on display for you, for example, doesn’t give you the right to make negative comments about her body. Remember that she can kick or block you from her room at any time for any reason and is in no way obligated to put up with bad behavior from you. Setting the stage, arranging her costumes and doing cam work every day can be a lot of thankless work and the last thing she needs is disrespect from one of her clients. Aside from it being the right thing to do you stand to profit from being the client she doesn’t have to worry about performing for. If she’s just had a terrible client and you’re a breath of fresh air you may well get an extra-long performance or some other perk for being a pleasant man to service. It could go a long way towards building a solid relationship with your cam girl, and that’s definitely something you want.