Unless of course you want to do shows for gay men, which she says a lot of straight male cam models find "strange," probably because those guys assumed they'd be models for women. She says a lot of guys can't even sit there and watch her without saying mean things to her, and many of them don't tip either. I don't know their names, where they live, or what they look like.
But that video attracted way more heat than she ever imagined.“When she turned her phone on, she was relieved a bit because she was thinking things way worse than that,” Sunderland told the Daily News in her first interview since her summons last week.She said her mom told her, “This is just something you can learn a lesson from and move on.” But for Sunderland, her ticket wasn’t just a lesson — it was the big break she needed Sunderland told the Daily News she’s dreamed of posing for Playboy since she was a girl and wants to become a professional model.While odds are that she has exes who weren't totally cool with it, she says she's dated men who have been "incredibly supportive and understanding" once she was honest about what was happening. I end anything if I feel weird.'" Once they had that chat, she says it wasn't an issue, which is awesome. She finished her degree while being a cam girl and was also accepted into grad school. She says a few of her friends know about her job and are "kind and understanding and have a sense of humour  about it." She hasn't told her parents because they're not very close, but they're liberal enough that if they found out, she doesn't think they would mind. If anything, she says the job made her realize "the importance of boundaries, expressing what you like, and really allowing yourself to feel comfortable and free to enjoy sex."Follow Lane on Twitter and Instagram.Camming helped her pay her bills so she didn't need to take out a loan, but she says "I realise  I wont be in my twenties forever.