If you've looked at porn online (which we pretty much all have), you've likely been propositioned by advertisements for cam girl networks.
They invade your peripheral vision; they pop up behind your window.
As CNN explains, anyone who has a computer, internet, a Web cam, and an exploited woman or child can be in business: Andrea was 14 years old the first time a voice over the Internet told her to take off her clothes.
“I was so embarrassed because I don’t want others to see my private parts,” she said. Andrea, which is not her real name, said she had been lured away from her rural, mountain village in the Philippines by a cousin who said he would give her a well-paid job as a babysitter in the city.
They were charging between 0 to 0 an hour for prostitution, investigators said.
The combination of poverty, sexual trafficking, and technology has given rise to a new form of slavery: cyber-sex trafficking.
And another, who said he used to be a gipsy prostitute in Budapest, arrived Sept. Ads with pictures calling the victims "honey boy" or "hot boy" on websites like Rent and Planet would follow.The women wait for you to start staring, and, just when you're interested, they hit you up for money.You've seen them sitting at their keyboards, wearing barely anything, winking at you, typing to nobody in particular with thin, lethargic arms: bored and conventionally beautiful.I don’t feel good about it — I actually I hate it — but it pays the rent.I have recently been made an offer from a couple I have been on webcam for.