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The internet has created a form of prostitution

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I have noticed recently on other websites and platforms that you can no longer just speak with someone. In order to continue communication you have to “cashapp,” “Venmo,” or pay them in some way. It’s actually ridiculous. Sometimes people want to build relationships but others just want your money and if you don’t pay up they won’t show you the time of day! 

Does anyone else feel this way? 

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It isn't prostitution, because there is no pimp. But yes, it is sex work. Try looking at it from the perspective of a young, attractive female. You work part time, minimum wage. You want money. You don't want to waste time just talking to random guys, you want someone to pay you.

There are still plenty of average looking women out there who will talk for free.

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Chaturbate is not a social media platform 😛

But seriously, any site that has made talking with others so transactional, you need to leave. 

There are real people out there, but if you're advertising on the web, you have to write good ad copy as to what you're looking for, or get good at chatting. 

Maybe join several dating sites where you can take it offline if you want to chat.

 

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Dude, the Internet has changed. It's no longer the domain of the socially inept and the insecure. These women don't want your attention nor do they need your attention, but they will give you their attention for a price.

Believe it or not, most women are not waiting to get swept off their feet by some man, the 'right fan,' an internet stranger, and they're not losing any prospects by denying freeloaders. In fact, if they WERE looking for a man, they're probably doing themselves a service by charging because someone who can pay for their services probably has a steady job, high income, and pays for what he cares for (or is just a porn addict, but the two are not mutually exclusive).

Is it problematic that so many women are involved in sex work to some degree now? Sure. Is it still largely and exploitative business? Yes. But for many of these women if they're gonna be exploited, they might as well make a buck in the process.

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On 7/28/2019 at 8:35 AM, Imswagg00 said:

I have noticed recently on other websites and platforms that you can no longer just speak with someone. In order to continue communication you have to “cashapp,” “Venmo,” or pay them in some way.

I'm curious what sites your'e referring to 

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Maybe they see him coming when his pickup line is lmswagg, I own a mansion and a yacht. Would you like to chat? 

Even I'd ask him to pay me before I'd speak with him. lol

A little off topic, but back in the day, didn't swag mean Single White And Gay? 

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Yes, it's prostitution, and see who wants to invest time in you by reading/initiating engaging messages and not disappear before you decide to make it drizzle/rain.  Thanks for showing you're disillusioned.

Anyone worth their salt in sales should be able to persuade you into wanting to do more, and keep contact with good prospects.

If you don't like it, can take things a shade down between erotica art/writing, cosplay, fashion, fitness, and dance.  You're more likely to meet people who have other interests. I know I have, and it gives me a great sense of taste, instead of setting it up for incompatibility outside 1 fetish.

On 7/28/2019 at 2:37 PM, dudethatswaffle said:

Dude, the Internet has changed. It's no longer the domain of the socially inept and the insecure. These women don't want your attention nor do they need your attention, but they will give you their attention for a price.

Could you just correct this by saying MAY give you?  I've seen so much socially inept and insecure people who react to a literal shut up and take my money message to forego and go live (or beg months later when they need it) instead for the attention; money isn't going to guarantee fulfillment.  Do you really believe your money matters to someone who makes $10k/month independently of performance?  It's like babysitting when there's no initiative.

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