A mum who works as a cam model has spilled all the secrets of the trade, revealing that she gets hit on by men the same age as her son.
Ainslee Divine, 46, from Arizona in the USA, built up her own million-dollar real estate company, before turning to camming work.
Since becoming a cam girl, Ainslee earns three times as much as she did as a realtor, sets her own hours and has even splurged on a Porsche 911 Turbo S Convertible, worth at least $300,000.
In 2016, several producers approached the mum of one and asked if she’d ever considered camming work.
Ainslee was intrigued by the opportunity, so she went out and bought some equipment and went live with her first cam session in October of that year.
Since then, she attracts plenty of male attention, with three quarters of her demographic aged between 18 and 44 – some the same age as Ainslee’s 23-year-old son.
While out with her family, Ainslee said she turns heads and has often caught wives shouting at their husbands for looking in her direction.
“I get all sorts of reactions from heads turning, to men tapping their friends on the shoulder,” Ainslee said.
“Men tend to stop and stare and I often catch wives and girlfriends yelling or slapping their man for looking at me. I love how I look and if any woman tells you they don’t like the attention, they’re lying.
“I’m not one to hide my assets so even when I’m out with my husband, guys stop to flirt but it always makes it a fun evening for us – that’s for sure.”
When it comes to the job, Ainslee admits there “isn’t much” that she doesn’t love.
“I work from home and make my own hours. Every day is different so it never gets boring or monotonous. I make a ton of money which is an added bonus,” she said.
“The requests I receive are varied. I do everything from simple vanilla requests to role play to fetishes. I try to keep an open mind.
“I think being a mum helps me deal with clients who just want to talk as I’m a compassionate listener.”
Despite the undeniable attention, both Ainslee’s son and her husband, Jeff, are proud of the mum’s achievements.
“My family are all supportive of what I do. My job is my job but I’m a mum and wife first and foremost.”
“I’m always working hard to be a better person – surrounding myself with the most positive people. I’m close to being half-way through my life – time is promised to no one – and I want and need to enjoy myself.”
Reporting by Australscope