The Right To Remain Silent

The Camgirl’s Miranda Rights – and how the sites comply:


You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in the form of depleting fans list numbers and traffic overall to your live chatroom. Speak out against us at your own risk, but we highly recommend you don’t. It is your choice, of course. It is your constitutional right to freedom of speech, but keep in mind that should you decide not to listen to this subtle suggestion, there will be consequences for your actions.

You have no right to an attorney. You chose to sign a contract  and that means we own your content, as well as everything you ever were and will ever be, your first-born and the hair on your chinny chin chin. We own you and there isn’t a damn thing you can do about it. You signed that contract. If you can’t afford an attorney, … of course you can’t afford an attorney. You work for us. We own you, so just keep producing content for us to steal and sell or trade to all of our ‘partners’ in various niches and shady areas of the internet where these exchanges of content take place. We will make sure you never know it’s us. You will think it is a ‘bad affiliate’ because some fellow camgirl in a forum will try to convince you of that, and you will believe her.   It might, in fact, be the same girl who last week convinced you that the contract you signed is completely legal and binding. Or perhaps the one who told you to sign up under her, for less commission than you were getting previously, but promises of a higher volume of traffic to your room and a much better placement on the site. We will do whatever it takes to ensure that we make more and if that means you make less, so be it. It is our site, our rules. You work for us. We are the hand that feeds you. Don’t you forget it.


Do you understand these rights? That doesn’t matter either. It’s just a formality. You will do as we say, from hereon. You are to be seen and not heard.