This one is so much easier to answer…

For women there probably has never been a better time with more opportunity than ever…We live in a digital age and there are so many ways to make money on the internet. Let’s start with once again the Paying Audience is comprised of MEN. There are so many sites as well that you can create and start on from Only Fans which got way more restrictive to Instagram to Loyal Fans to all the others.

If you are any kind, any age, any body type of female you can do one of a couple things or do both. You may create those kinds of sites and do any kind of content from swimwear to sports to naked to full on porn. You will have an audience. Every type of woman has some type of man that is interested. Even other girls will follow but probably not pay.

If you are a female and wish to shoot for companies you can probably start at any age, as long as you are over 18 or legal age where you live. The mainstream companies and smaller companies are always looking for new female talent. You can self submit yourself online to any that you are interested in. Certain ones such as Score shoot all types of models and are always looking. There are various people out there as well who submit new possible models and get referral fees. I was scouted by one of those whom submitted to me to Score several years ago. I had shot for one local clips for sale site and they had scouted me from ads from a club I worked at. Then another guy wrote me and submitted me to Score. Once I did Score, lots of fans were asking me to do more and kept contacting me. That is why I continued and then formed my own clips store. From there I self submitted, ran into an agent Conor Coxxx from Coxxx Models and he has represented me for a long time. I as well get directly contact by producers and have self submitted. Conor is really good as he takes a cut on what he gets but doesn’t limit me to not booking myself. I happen to know a lot of sites and producers.

There are a few things to think about however about being a adult model or porn actress. The first thing to think, is it a permanent choice much like a tattoo. Once it hits the internet it never goes away. You can’t ride the fence on this one, you are either in or out. You must make this choice before you do it. The next thing is do you want to limit your sex and dating life to the commitment of film and staying clean and tested is essential over all else. It isn’t fair to not be loyal and honest to the testing and health code of the industry. This mean all partners you be with must test too. Thirdly, if you do it it is possible to be recognized and people will come up to you even with your family there. It is hard to do this and hide from your family and friends. Another issue is some jobs will say its fine and then fire you later if the other workers don’t like it. That happened to me. I lost a corporate job over fat lady’s jealousy. You need to have thick skin and truly own your life. Then there is the stocker situation. It is very easy to be target of men stalking you. Overall however it has been good to me and a good life with good fans and I don’t regret doing it.

It is not for everyone, but if you are a female and willing to try this and come with good hygiene, a true desire to do it and willingness to make something beautiful most likely some men will appreciate it.

As far as staying power and doing the work, the best advice I can give is check out whom you are working for to make sure they are legit and their site and get model references if you are not sure. Then I would say being successful is all about taking good care of yourself, keep yourself up and stay healthy. I think it is like any job. You need to be responsible, on time, prepared with wardrobe and bringing the correct items like your 2 forms of ID and take it seriously like any job you care about. I feel my success is less about what I exactly look like but how well I can follow directions and be reliable and professional at work. Don’t be a drama queen . The fastest way to not get hired is have an attitude and be difficult. You have to be comfortable with what you are, what you body is and be able to upfront state your do’s and don’ts and enjoy your body, your work and be present. Treating others on the set as well is respectful and just take your best self to shoots.

Thank you for reading this. I hope it inspires the women out there. 🙂

xoxo

Payton

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