Hello, first of all thank you for taking the time to read this, I go by the stage name Lana Rain (Bianca Cordisco) from Laval (Quebec). I am an entrepreneur, content creator and cosplayer. I decided to become a Cam girl as soon as I hit 18 as I’d been wanting to do for it years prior because I saw it as a fun opportunity to not only be able to do everything I wanted at once such as cosplay and Youtube but also go into an industry I thought had a lot of potential to grow not only as a business concept but to help society move forward and hopefully evolve(?) (not anytime soon, but I am thinking of the far future. I am thinking on a neurophysiological level, because after all, sex is primal.)
I pushed myself to start as soon as I could because I wanted to finally start something of my own instead of constantly just consuming things like anime and music because I wanted to escape feeling empty inside and help myself grow out of my disabilities (Social anxiety, Aspergers ect.) all while knowing I’d be able to slowly start to discover myself through doing what I love. My first Cam session ever was a complete disaster which almost made me decide to quit completely but after an entire day of contemplation I decided to try again and while the second time I barely got any tips, just the fact that I had 3 or 4 people interact with me all knowing that I was doing my best to fight my social anxiety gave me the inspiration to keep going.
By the end of the month I had about $400 which to me at the time was the most amazing feeling since I had never had an allowance (not even for lunch money). I was quickly forced to move out after 3 months because my mom found out about my camming by looking through my laptop when I was wasn’t around. She wasn’t exactly happy about it so I ran away the following day with 4 huge luggage bags all by myself to NYC. It was a really horrifying experience because I had barely traveled ever in my life let alone by myself to a completely different country. I was allowed to stay at my friend’s moms place till I got myself an apartment but that meant not being able to make an income until then because people were always around the house.
I had 10k to my name with no pay stubs, tax returns or anywhere near enough for 6 months down which meant getting a place in NYC was almost near impossible. Luckily after a month of searching and getting turned down by countless realtors, one was guy was nice enough to give me a shot at the building right next door to where I was staying. It wasn’t exactly the safest or cleanest place to live by any means but I was just happy to finally have a place of my own.
(December 10th 2018: I’m writing more but I have to get ready to go to B&H. I’ll update this more soon!)