Hello! Welcome to Cam Orbits.
My name is Ray, and my pronouns are they/them.
I’ve never been much for the hustle.
I burnt out a few times trying to find my way in this capitalism-centered and oppressive reality where we are other, not integrated. And the disconnect grows wider every day. For a long time I really struggled to find ways to stay afloat around the only sane thing in this situation, which was my ever deteriorating mental health.
I fucked up a lot, and a lot fucked me up, and in 2011 I was literally like “I should go on a personal retreat to get some much needed solitude and work on my relationship with my self- oh! I’ll invite that dude I was talking to online to meet me there. Genius.” So I ran off to North Carolina to meet my new boyfriend, and four months later we got married. So anyway.
When I found the online adult entertainment industry and joined our community of sex workers, this really changed the entire trajectory of my life.
I got on cam for the first time in May 2013. By July same year I was quitting my day job. I had discovered I could actually support myself.
Dude ran off. I got around to divorcing him eventually.
From 2013-2020 I continued to work as a webcam model and dabbled in a few related ventures. I made tons of pornographic content. I made connections. I mailed my panties to America. I learned how to build a website. I took lots of breaks and sometimes I changed my entire identity and started over. I played a lot of Sims. I started blogging. I sold my first webcam modeling blog, U Camgirl. I moved out West and saved up for a year to buy my first condo. Then I sold my second blog, O Camgirl, and bought a bigger condo.
I started Cam Orbits with the intention to do things differently this time around. And that’s the reason it has a cool name I actually put thought into.
Cam Orbits intends to be a voice for social justice, anti-oppression, and the continuing evolution of the adult entertainment industry.
I would like to bring sex workers together to work on personal and professional development, support & networking, and collaborative projects that aim to create more accessibility, resources and opportunities for intersecting marginalized communities.
I would like to publish educational, practical, impactful and inspiring content from a variety of perspectives around the industry.
I would like to build a supportive and collaborative workspace to empower sex workers who would like to make porn for change. (Get it? I’m sorry, you deserve better.)
I would like to find solutions to move the adult entertainment industry forward in the context of the world today, and to use our unique platform to reach our highest potential.
Let’s not remain complicit to the ever deteriorating status quo. Let’s make porn for change, because we deserve better. And the world deserves better.
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Thanks & Happy Fall, updated Aug 2021.