Each of these ladies make their living off the lens of a webcam, providing flirtations and amorous distractions to eager clients over an internet connection.Many of them are defined by a unique beauty you don't see on the covers of mainstream magazines; they're the brand of authenticity that could live across the street, and they appeal to the desires of those who seek a genuine encounter where sexuality is offered without discrimination or shallow judgments.The term originally applied to anyone who videoed themselves for all the internet to see, but now it relates almost solely to women who video themselves performing acts associated with sexual behavior.So how does Botticelli’s relate to seedy online visuals? I heard my son's bedroom door slam at about the same time as the door on the computer slammed. " Come on, I had to get this guy in a private show. 'And I want to see him watching you the whole time.' "We got it.It was slow going, but I got myself cleaned up and put together. I continued my best imitation of a stripper sway and displayed my backside to my son. Jesse stood up, but seemed reluctant to go further.
On her website, Omoregie explains the project: “Cam Girls is an ongoing investigative project that looks at the female image, with themes that question beauty, the way in which women are perceived, ideas of censorship and how the internet and technology have had an effect on this.” In an interview with the Telegraph, Omoregie states “The project hopefully makes people rethink what they know about the term and how they view girls who choose to be in front of a camera -sexual or not.” By re-contextualizing both the images sent in by women for the project and the original paintings, the viewer is forced to decide if the female body should be celebrated, or debased as a physical object meant only for someone else’s pleasure. The film is directed by Sean Dunne, the author of American Juggalo and Florida Man.There's the former pizza restaurant manager who struggled to make ends meet, and despaired over spending more time at her job than at home with her husband and small child.We're also presented with a perspective of the men who watch and interact with these women on the other side of the camera lens.Many of the women in the film were raised to believe that overt displays of sexuality were inappropriate and unbecoming.