Client Interview #2

What is your name? Leave blank to remain anon.


How do you identify?


What are your pronouns?


Please give our readers a brief intro about yourself – tell us the number of clips you’ve brought, years active, preferred sites etc.

Been seeing providers on and off for 5 years or so now. Buying clips for a fair bit longer. From various places over the years. Kinkbomb, Manyvids, Clips4sale etc and often directly from the provider.

If you feel comfortable disclosing, what do you earn?

$20,000 – $30,000

How did you first discover the world of online porn?

The power of google and being home alone a lot.

What are your favourite fetishes/kinks?

Many and varied depending on the mood, some days it will be SPH and FemDom, others impreg. It really varies.

What’s your pet peeve (minor annoyance) of the adult industry?

It’s hard to find genuine people at times. Having being scammed on several occasions by seeming forthright providers.

What are the features of sites you find the most useful?

Reviews and an effective contact system.

What would you like to see sites implement in the future?

Currency converters so I can see how much the clips cost in my local currency and so I don’t have to pay conversion charges when paying by certain means.

What feature would you like to see sites get rid of?

Censoring certain terms making it harder to find what you’re looking for.

What’s your favourite thing about the adult industry?

The variety and differences in options.

What’s your least favourite thing about the adult industry?

The difficulty in communicating directly with certain providers. I understand the hesitation with speaking with fandoms online but sometimes ideas flow better with conversations.

What’s one thing you wish you knew before started purchasing porn/customs/content?

How to spot a fake.

What’s one piece of advice you’d give to your fellow porn buyers?

Stay alert, and always be grateful to the provider.

Finally, is anything else you’d like to say?

Keep up the good work.

  • Self-professed 'Professional (Disabled) Internet Human' Ruby Rousson runs Arousibility, The Ruby Umbrella and a number of other sites that all aim to help disabled and chronically ill people in some way shape or form. Twitter and Instagram: @MissRubyRousson

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