Hooker Moral Code About Hidden Cameras


Many people have asked about my experiences with hidden cameras. Some wantedme to install hidden cameras for their pleasure. Based on my observations (my observations are the info source for all of these posts, not actual facts) people who know each other never sought to watch each other having sex. For some reason, the idea of seeing people I know having sex makes me super uncomfortable. And the idea of them seeing me is unthinkable! I don’t know why that is. Truly enjoyable voyeurism and exhibitionism demands big time secrecy. Strangers watching strangers without the watch-ee knowing there’s a watcher.

I didn’t often get requests for secret observation but every now and then someone asked if he could watch me with someone, or me with a couple. Occasionally a guy asked if I could arrange for him to watch a couple. The requestors never wanted me to tell the people, in order to observe people in their natural environments, naturally. But my moral code, (yes hookers have moral codes) did not allow me to engage in any form of rape or non consensual sex act. Everyone has a moral code, standards about what is and is not acceptable. I defined standards clearly so I would know immediately if something I was asked to do was permissible or not. And by my standards I could never do something without getting consent. I always sought permission, even if the person making the request specifically asked me not to tell the people he wanted to watch. I never let anyone else define what was acceptable for me, not even for any amount of money. Maintenance of my morality was my way of preserving my “self,” of keeping my personhood intact while doing things I never thought I would do for the sake of a drug. I never did secret hidden cameras. Permission was never granted. it is not a very high standard to reach, but I am glad that I maintained that standard. I am proud of myself. hey, when you are doing things that are not very great you’ve got to take your proud moments where you can get them!

To be more neutral in tone, let me put it like this: exhibitionism (the act of being seen) and voyeurism (the act of observing someone engaged in an act) are integral to the outsider looking in. Here’s a scenario I’ve participated in: People want to watch and sit in the bed with someone who is enjoying what I call active alone time. Or the person (for some reason I always get an individual making request) wants to sit on the bed and watch a couple. Maybe the person wants to remain a mere observer. Sometimes the person wants the option of joining in. Things start to get complicated because the participants all have their rules, what is personally acceptable or unacceptable. Some people make a game of withholding permission for the observer to get involved. Kind of make the observer earn the privilege of participating. There’s so many ways to have creative fun.
But how do hidden cameras fit in? I must msintain my standards of anonymity–no one knows who is participating, privacy–no one knows what participants are doing, and informed consent–everyone knows what’s going on and agree before activities are underway. In any group situation I am in charge. Therefore, the rules that are nonnegotiable are mine. I figured out a way to work in hidden cameras and that is by creating an unknown schedule. One time, I had the person(s) agree that at some point in a series of sessions, they were recorded while wearing the animal masks I provided. Everyone was open to the recording so they never knew if I was recording everyone or all three of them. After awhile they relaxed and forgot about the camera. For some reason they thought I never recorded but they were cool when they found out I had been recording the whole time. There’s so much more to say but I will stop here and see wait for the many requests for more details.

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Caroleena, ivy league educated X-Hooker in Honolulu, respectfully presents social commentary/wisdom based on experiences with humor for everyday people

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