Client Interview #4

An interview with Moose.1 min

What is your name?


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.

I’ve been active for around 5 years, usually hanging around twitter or MFC.

If you feel comfortable disclosing, what do you earn?*

$20,000 – $30,000

How did you first discover the world of online porn?

I think I typed “boobs” into google many years ago. The search terms and “depravity” grew from there 🙂

What are your favourite fetishes/kinks?

Femdom, chastity, JOI, vintage aesthetic, feet/heels, girl/girl.

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

When people mix up Hitachi/Doxy. I have no why but it irks me so, but it does.

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

Filters for genre/fetish. An area to see/find the content you have purchased. Clubs/subscriptions.

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

Audio porn previews. Videos get gifs and photosets have watermarked/low res teasers.

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

Some of the data collection for paying. I really doubt they need a mobile number and worry that some day putting 012345 in will stop working.

What’s your favourite thing about the adult industry?

The variety of models and content.

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

The taboo surrounding buying porn/services.


Do you think 4K clips are worth the massive file sizes?


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

To look into audio porn.

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

Don’t try to haggle the price down. The sites already take a sizeable chunk before the model sees any money. If a clip is out of your price range either save up or accept it/see what else they offer.

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

Shout outs to The Dildorks and Sexpots podcasts for vastly improving my commute with humorous and sometimes educational sex-related stuff.

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Ruby Rousson

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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