The world, including the world of webcam itself, knows very little about models’ workplaces and daily life experiences, both in general and overall. In an attempt to fill the gaps, YNOT and sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals developed the YNOT CAM MODEL SURVEY.
Tibbals and YNOT seek models and chat hosts of all experience levels to participate, as well as help spread the word about the survey on social media and within the model community. Increasing the number of survey participants will increase the validity of the results.
The information gathered will be used to write a detailed report, and the final results will be made public for everyone in the industry (and beyond) to peruse. This will help members of the webcam community — and society at large — better understand the issues models face. It also will assist policymakers in creating more effective services and give the mainstream media and culture an accurate picture of exactly what it takes to be a cam model.
As a thank you for their time, four randomly selected model participants will receive U.S. $250 worth of consumer traffic donated by JuicyAds, ClickAdu and DivaTraffic.
This project upholds the highest ethical standards and methodological rigor. Participation is voluntary and will be kept confidential. Respondents are not asked for their names in any form. Email addresses will never be sold or shared, and all data will be anonymized. Questions and topics were vetted and tested by members of the cam community, including current models, in an effort to ensure relevance and viability.
Tibbals is a globally recognized scholar who has worked to understand the adult entertainment industry for more than a decade. She is the author of Exposure: A Sociologist Explores Sex, Society, and Adult Entertainment, and her work has appeared in Broadly, VICE, Mic, Playboy, and numerous academic journals, among many other outlets. Her insights are cited regularly by influential mainstream media, as well as by adult industry press. Find her on Twitter at @drchauntelle.
Questions or concerns about the survey or the process overall, may be directed to Tibbals at email@example.com, or contact YNOT directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.