DancinWithWolves1292 karma2017-02-12 11:56:29 UTC
With all that time spent undercover, infiltrating gangs and arresting criminals, how much do you worry about being recognized by former associates? What do you think you'd do if you were recognized?
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DancinWithWolves639 karma2017-02-12 12:08:56 UTC
Wow. That's insane, thanks for answering!
Sounds like you've been in the game long enough that convincing them that you aren't who they think you are would be similar to what you did undercover.
DancinWithWolves87 karma2015-12-14 10:33:20 UTC
Thanks for doing this AMA!
Do you ever get anxious about someone down the line recognizing you when you work with "clothes on"?
If so, do you think you'd be comfortable enough with the work you do now to just be like "yeah, that was me, i cammed for awhile!"?
DancinWithWolves46 karma2015-12-14 11:20:17 UTC
Haha true! Another question (if you have time)
I often discuss this with my partner:
Do you feel 'empowered' as a female doing this kind of work? You have a bunch of guys (and gals, i assume), paying you big bucks, and all you have to do is present yrself in your most natural form (I'm sure it's a lot more than that, but for argumemts sake...), so you're kind of in a position of power there...
is there a feeling that the viewers are in a dominant position, thus as a woman your basically feeding into the stereotype of a submissive female sex symbol?
Sorry for the deep question, but my girlfriend and i often have chats about this issue in relation to women in sex work/strippers etc.
DancinWithWolves36 karma2017-03-26 20:52:39 UTC
Looking back now, do you feel like it was necessary to take out those business/personal loans in order to grow the company?
Would you in hindsight be happy to bootstrap with a lower spend and maybe take a little more time to grow? Ir was the spending imperative to growth?
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