The coronavirus pandemic has also forced industries to innovate in terms of their services and jobs. The key is to keep employees safe. For the most part, this means social distancing, frequent cleaning, and hand disinfection. However, in Medellin, Colombia, a company of adult content webcam girls has taken a step further by supplying special facilities for their cam-girls. Cam-girls will continue to work in special plastic compartments to provide additional security.
They have everything you need for cam-girls to do their job; a laptop, a bed or a sofa and, of course, a webcam. The room and equipment are disinfected after each session. In addition, the temperature is measured when women enter the workplace.
Colombia, which is currently in quarantine until at least 30 August, has been hit hard by the real estate market in recent months. But it seems that the problems of one industry pandemic benefit another industry – because it has allowed CamSoda to transform an otherwise empty warehouse into an improvised office for its employees.
While security is a major concern, unusual plastic spaces have a secondary benefit: privacy.
Some women live with family and friends, which can make it difficult to do sex work. Eventually, this work can become quite noisy.
“Quarantine has been incredibly difficult for all of us in recent months,” said Derrin Parker, CamSoda’s vice president.
“And for many of our models, it has been especially difficult to find a place to work.”
“There has been a big increase in the use of adult cam sites, as well as a large influx of new models looking for ways to make money while socially distancing themselves.”