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Vikki Fact Friday 7

Welcome to a new series on my blog! Every Friday I’m going to give you a little fact about myself. All about ME ME ME! Muahahaha. If you ever want to serve me you better remember every single one! *evil grin

Vikki Fact Friday 6: I don’t like loud music, bars or huge parties. I would rather be out riding horses, having a bonfire or quietly relaxing in a serene environment.

Things you should be prepared for when you enter the adult online industry…

You think you have a little secret. Since you are on the internet, maybe using a different name, who is going to know it’s you? That wig from the local chop shop hair store will help, along with those smokey bedroom eyes. Right?

W.R.O.N.G.

Prepare yourself. Grandma may find out. Daddy’s little girl is going to take on an entire new meaning. And the kid you went to high school with who never spoke 10 words to you in the 4 years you spent in the same building, all of a sudden asks you to hang out-10 years after you’ve left high school. (*raises eyebrow -pukes in nearest trash can-)

Some people are not going to be okay with your new found nudist camp. Myfreecams. Streamate. Camwithher etc. Or that anyone on gods green earth has access to what some people think is the most intimate thing of your entire being. Your naked body. Your willingness to tease, taunt and make a living off erotica. You may lose a few friends, you may gain some others. Keep yourself around open minded people, be what makes you happy. The strong survive regardless of this…but there are other factors.

Are you okay with someone else probably telling your parents/friends/work colleagues what you do online? Because let me tell you. The vindictiveness of other girls in the industry can be highly worse than an over zealous fan. Be careful who you chose to share yourself with, I don’t (only) mean “customers”. I mean those other girls who want to befriend you. There could be multiple reasons for so. Spreading your personal information. “Stealing” (or trying too) your supporters. Getting to know you to in turn try to air your dirty laundry and make you out to be some vagabond. Spreading false lies to in turn gain something for themselves.

Canter around social media sites, a girls chat room etc. How long has she been around? Does she seem to play nicely with other females? Who else has she worked with on cam/in adult? (and what do you know about those people) Cross reference. Research. Does she have frequent mental break downs for the entire world to see? Yikes. Hide your kids, hide your wife! Not everyone you think is a good friend, is indeed a good friend. Use common sense. Mind your own business. I mean that in many ways. Mind your own BUSINESS, so it grows. The more positive you are and careful who you surround yourself with for support and collaboration the better off you will be. Don’t let negative people suck you energy or motivation. Doing so, the more successful you will be. And when you think you’ve found a chocolate chip (friend) and instead it’s a raisin (foe) you can learn that lesson and be more careful. Hint: I had to learn this lesson.

That being said, there are still great women/men in the adult industry and I’ve learned to surround myself with those that are positive, uplifting and willing to make this career-even with all it’s extra things to consider-work out. Once you’ve been on the internet for awhile you kind of learn a 6th sense. I don’t even have to talk to someone to read their vibe-over the internet. I can just tell. Treed carefully when you are starting and work on you and your business. Take care of you and yours. Everything else is irrelevant.

Neigh Neigh.

Dating when you are an adult model …. :O

While talking with KittyWilde, AedanRayne and Lolli the other day on twitter the conversation was brought up to tell a person you are dating that you are in the adult industry and whatever comes along with that conversation…

Lots of people commented on this and I read a handful…I saw mostly non industry people saying to “tell them right away! why hide the truth!” “be honest and up front so you know they can handle it” “they may not trust you if you don’t tell them right away” and so on and so forth.

Then I saw a mixed review from some industry people but KittyWilde and Lolli came close to how I feel on this subject. And yes I have dated a handful of people during my time in the adult industry and feel (haughty haughty nose in the air) that I can gauge a good opinion on the situation.

I have had a wide range of reactions from people. Let me start with one where I was in a steady ish relationship and lived with the person so they were to know naturally. We knew each other well enough that is was something we assimilated into our lives rather than let get between us in any way. Long story short, it turned out fine, the person was apprehensive but curious in many ways…lets stop there. haha.

Moving on to another person I dated (again) that I had known since a young teenager. It was a reaction of “Why don’t you do something else, like your art?” but he was perfectly fine with the money I made and spent on him or whatever we decided to go and do. It’s okay sugar mamma for now but give it up someday okay? Dick… fuck you 🙂

PS: oh hey guess what, I’m still doing my art and doing it sucessfully. So thank you for that back handed comment that I remembered but guess what? I’m still doing adult because I love it too.

*I’ve never been one to have a guy tell ME what to do LOL shocking huh? I just would break up with them. If I’m not the center of attention and in control you can trot on out of the arena*

This one is good…I casually dated a piano player. Good times we were both artistic so it was fun. But I had ideas that he was having relations with his ex gf on the other side of the state when he went home and even though we were never close to being official I don’t share. He thought it was great and would show pictures of me to all his friends… yay? Not so much. At the time I ignored it. Now I would be like my business is my business and if I share with you, you don’t share with all your friends. I will call this “I feel like a cool guy syndrome” Not the biggest fan of that.

I will end with one last guy I dated very briefly and you will see why. He could call me a prostitute (he did not mean that in a nice way) one minute (of which I have nothing against this type of adult but honestly have never done) and than the next he loved me so much and wanted to stay the night. What? Now I can laugh, at the time it was very confusing and emotionally damaging to be treated so bi polar in that manner. I cut all things off with him as he also had a drinking problem that would spur his meanness on as well. None of these things I knew about beforehand but found out very quickly. And left.

So there you have it, four people I dated in the past 7 years. I don’t do much dating these days. Mostly focused on center and taking care of my own. But the reactions from people vary drastically. From cool let me show all my friends, to you are a whore but lets be together…sometimes…all the time…you prostitute you!

Before I leave here, I will touch on the comments of the non industry people. First off, telling someone on the first, second or third date that you are in adult is pretty presumptuous. You don’t know each other that well, how do you  know he isn’t some serial killer or will stalk you if the dates don’t continue? Or tell all his friends about your private life. Neither of these situations benefit you.

Maybe the best conversation starter would be “Do you like porn” you know…if you decide to enter the bedroom together. Gauge how he feels about that and what he likes to watch.

Shut the fuck up, don’t be coy. Most people these days are fucking before they even get out of whatever place they met at. (I don’t do that. Never have never will because I like a healthy vagina) I even know people who ask a potential partner for a clean STD test before entering into sexual relations. (not a bad idea at all) But this is not about that. SO. Asking about porn if you are sexually active with someone should not be embarrassing. Especially if you’ve had their dick in your mouth.

Secondly telling someone on the first, second or third date about such a “taboo and sometimes touchy subject” you don’t know each other well, there is no basis for he or she to stay with you if they are on the fence. Would probably still go sour fast without any grounding to explore and see how things would work out.

Lets have a fake (reality based) conversation for a minute. First date. Girl does porn.
Woman: Hey just want to let you know, I’m in porn, I have sex for a living. Is this okay?
Multiple Answers.
Man Answer 1. Wow, yes, perfectly fine, no worries at all. (man in back of his mind, I can’t wait to see where this goes tonight, caaachoowww, going to tell allllll my friends! maybe even my mama!)
Man Answer 2. Um, well, my family is Catholic. I’m celibate till marriage… (Goes to bathroom and never returns)
Man Answers 3. Oh my god she probably has AIDS! (no I don’t think this of industry people but most non industry people are very naive that performers are tested every TWO WEEKS! Results are shared on a private date base and any issues are taken care of.When was the last time you were tested?)
Man Answer 4. Wow, can I see some of your work, so beautiful. What’s your five year plan? Marriage? Kids? (you can take this as creepy or genuine interest)

Let me tell you, most likely you are going to get the first three answers when you don’t know someone well at all.

I think you should have a steady 6-10 dates under your belt and maybe a good sex romp or two before bringing it up. (Show them a clean STD test! Yay for responsibility!) I do NOT think not letting such information lose right away is lying. If someone understands and knows where you are coming from at all they will completely understand that your safety and privacy come first over someone you do not know very well. And I know most you girls (maybe guys) have a good background story you tell most people who ask about your work. For me I would simply say I’m an artist.

I don’t believe hiding behind a veil forever because you are in adult is healthy but it is the cold hard truth that telling people such sensitive information can lead to reprocussions. Even just friends. I had a girl friend (case in point-that I did not now very long) who was totally cool with it when I told her and than 6 months later tells me GOD LOVES ME and I don’t have to do “this”.

By the way that is my favorite meme of all time. *laughs so hard*

The moral of this story is to choose your timing wisely. Surround yourself with positive, understanding and open minded people. I grew up in a religious home so what I do is very off the beaten path compared to what family would have preferred to see. But they love me just the same and my friends have stayed by my side throughout everything and I’ve learned to date and stay with someone who loves ME and isn’t here for my income, the sex or “who I’m online”. Know that a person can be that for you, before sharing everything.

That is my 2 cents and I’m sticking it in my piggy bank… Ciao!

but WHAT will the kids THINK! :O

Hide your kids!
Hide their eyes!
Don’t let them know all the lies!
How they were concieved, so scary!
Oh poor poor little Mary…

Many times in the past 7 years I have seen comments in reference to myself or to others, trying to negatively put down those who have children and decide to work in the adult industry. Or celebrities who decide to show some skin in magazines or film etc. There is so many things I can say to this. I’m hoping to take a comedic route with it. Bear with me.

*It seems that nudity should have an auto attached form of shame to it. -raises eyebrow

*It seems that the very act that has created our children and the propelling of humanity forward should be hidden, shamed and shunned. -raises eyebrows more

*It seems that sex or viewing it or perhaps KNOWING that you parents par take in such barbaric actions is not condoned by majority of society (or religious fanatic groups). *eyebrows have now floated off my face

I hope by now, if you have any since of brain cells moving around up there (and you have not tootled off to the more sexual -gasp- areas of my blog now) that you know I’m being a bit sarcastic.

One huge point I want to bring up here, is that children and adult interests RARELY mix. Children do not care about what you did at work today; how many papers you pushed, how many phone calls you got or business deals that were made or hamburgers that were flipped.

Normal conversation with a child of speaking age:
Kid: WHATS FOR DINNER?!
Kid: Can I play with this or that, can you play with me?!
Kid: Can I also watch this or that?
Kid: Can I play outside?
(finally)
Parent: How about I work on dinner while you watch “” and play with “” and then we can play together after dinner!

Not normal conversastion with a child of speaking age:
Kid: What did you do at work today? Did you take off your clothes? Did you bury someone? Did you maybe win a court case for someone who really did murder someone but it’s okay because you won right?
Parent: Yes sweetie I made lots of guys ejaculate today! (sex worker) I also put an innocent man in jail today but Mommy/Daddy won! (lawyer) I had 5 burials today! Three of them were killed in action in Iraq over a war I’m not sure what that is about..Do you want to google it with me?! (cemetery worker) 

The only time a child has asked me about work is when they have seen me painting-Legit. I’ve never been asked why I’m wearing a black tight leather suit and shaking my ass around etc because well I don’t do that in front of children… 

By now I hope you get what I’m saying. Most kids have NO clue what their parents really did at work that day, NOR do they care.
Furthermore children at school etc are not going to know what someones parent does so bullying usually around a young age has things to do with clothes, personality etc.

Once a child becomes a teenager there is a chance that their friends, friends parents may know what that person does for work. I think back to my childhood/teen years and I barely remember what my friends parents did for work. I DID NOT CARE! LOL I was being a kid or a teenager with no thoughts of adult worries. I had food, I had clothes, I had friends, I had a roof over my head at all points in my life. For that I’m lucky, for that I’m blessed. I do not think either of my parents career paths impacted me THE LEAST BIT.

Now maybe later in life a child may come into adulthood and understanding of what their parents do and what type of job they hold and how society plays an impact on all of this. Hopefully at this time they will be smart, capable and able to decipher right from wrong, nice from mean and be able to live their lives accordingly to their own happiness and not what others project on them. Wether that has anything to do with their parents decisions or their own.

To think that a child’s life would be ruined by their parents decision to use their assets (literally ASSets in some cases) is so far from the truth it makes me laugh every time. What ruins a childs life or child hood is lack of love, care, attention and general well being of humanity towards that person. So how about instead of judging people who’s career you may not agree with, you act kindly and compassionatly and be an EXAMPLE for children to follow. An example to others to be a good human. 

So next time someone says something so stupid “what will their kids think” do you think Kim K came home and showed her little child mommys new magazine cover? LOL no she bought her kid a toy that day, had it delivered by a drone, than they played outside in the nice LA weather and the child smiled and that was probably it.

End of story.

I’m not in porn…Oh wait…Am I?

This seems to be a debatable topic, always up for discussion and versitile opinions.

I do not think I’m in or do porn, but I’m in the adult entertainment industry. I web cam and make pre-recorded videos for My clips stores. (I’m also an artist with contracts in stores.) Porn to Me is mainstream boy/girl, girl/girl, boy/boy, transgender etc sex scenes and the like.
At this time I only work for Myself (from many different avenues) and with My twin Brooke for videos in Our fetish clips4sale on demand video store.

I seem to have come across quite a few followers who think I do boy/girl porn… I’m confused as I have never tweeted anything remotely close to the idea or action of doing so. I like porn, I watch it occasionally, I support My favorite porn stars by buying their DVD’s etc. I think very highly of women, men, trans in porn who have made a name for themselves, are grounded and well rounded in interests. In this society of social networking it has give us the infinite possibilities of showing so many aspects of ourselves. I think this is great, especially for adult entertainers in whatever genre they do. It shows how human we really all are. As so many try to judge and put us adult workers in a box of despair, drugs and dead ends.
This is so far from the truth. Any job can have those attributes. It takes a strong person to not let those type of things interfere with their actual work, to focus on themselves and their success and passion for the business.

I will take My adult entertainment job, freedom to express My sexuality and time to better Myself and others over wanting to slit My wrists at McDonald’s or some other mindless job. Thankful to live in America where I have these choices.

So if you think I’m in porn that’s great, I’m not offended or going to argue about it with you, because quite possibly I’m in porn….erotica…adult entertainment. Whatever you want to call it, I love making it for you to enjoy. *wink