So let’s say one model sets a goal to get naked once she reaches 100 tokens and there are 100 registered members in that room.
If each of those members tip 1 token, she’d reach the goal in no time and everyone in the room would get to see her naked, including guests.
Whatever the name of the sites, they weren’t great, at least not by today’s standards.
The video connection was lagging at best and the design and features…well let’s just say the idea behind it was great, everything else…not so much.
Originally treated as a subversion of the standard gay stereotypes, the Straight Gay is a homosexual character who has no camp mannerisms or obviously "gay" affectations.
In the earliest cases, Straight Gays were mostly there for farcical reasons: perhaps as a misunderstanding in which a straight character ends up unwittingly inviting himself out on a "date" with a 'stealthy' gay man, or in which a homophobic character espouses his views to a stranger, only to find out that the person he's talking to is gay.
As with everything today, the more we develop technologically the better the service gets.
So why become a member if you can watch the live sex show for free?
Well, it’s because the more registered members there are that are willing to tip in a room, the faster the model reaches the goal and starts the show.
We’ve been involved into live cams for over a decade now, in more ways than one.
We were excited when the first cam sites starting showing up around the web. I’m not 100% sure that was the first cam site ever, but it was definitely one of the ones that started it all.
That would make an average cam session cost about $3 USD per minute.