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Camboys Wanted – Sites Hiring Male Webcam Models

If you’re a man looking into getting started with camming, or looking for a site where you can sell your adult content, you’ve probably realized that not all networks accept male models. Some networks only hire female models and some only allow male models if it’s boy/girl content. If you are a male model looking at becoming a live webcam performer or trying to offer any other adult services, you’ve came to the right place! Here’s all the networks you can work for!


Camming Networks That Accept Male Performers

Interested in becoming a camboy? Here are all the sites That accept male performers. You can see which ones support solo male, straight couples and gay couples.

Site Pay Solo Boy/Girl Gay Site Information
BongaCams 60% Yes Yes Yes BongaCams
CamLust 75%-85% Yes Yes Yes CamLust
Chaturbate 5¢ / token Yes Yes Yes Chaturbate
Flirt4Free Varies Yes Yes Yes Flirt4Free
ImLive 30%-100% Yes Yes Yes ImLive
LiveJasmin 30%-60% Yes Yes Yes LiveJasmin
SkyPrivate 75%-80% Yes Yes Yes SkyPrivate
SoulCams 50%-70% Yes Yes No SoulCams
XCams 40%-60% Yes Yes Yes XCams


Male Models: Sell Adult Content On These Sites

In addition to live camming, you can also get paid from selling content sets. These can be photo sets, videos and other kinds of media. Some networks let you setup custom stores and sell virtually anything. This could range from access to social media accounts on Kik, Snapchat or Instagram to signed photos delivered via mail. Here’s the adult marketplace sites that accept male performers and gay couples:

Site Pay Pics Vids Shows More Info
APClips 75% Yes Yes Yes APClips
BentBox 65% Yes Yes No BentBox
Clips4Sale 60-80% Yes Yes No Clips4Sale
IndieBill 85% Yes Yes Yes IndieBill
IsMyGuy 70% Yes Yes Yes IsMyGuy
iWantClips 60-80% Yes Yes No iWantClips
JustForFans 70% Yes Yes No JustForFans
ManyVids 60-80% Yes Yes Yes ManyVids
ModelCentro 67% Yes Yes Yes ModelCentro
ModelClips 80%* Yes No Yes ModelClips
ModelHub 65% Yes No Yes ModelHub
OnlyFans 80% Yes Yes Yes OnlyFans


Phone Sex Networks Accepting Male Performers

Make money off phone sex. Phone sex has evolved a lot over the years. now you can get paid from both talking and texting, all directly from your mobile phone. The real number is always kept private and secure. Here are the phone sex networks hiring male / gay models.

Network Calling Texting Payout More Info
Arousr Yes Yes 50% Arousr
ExtraLunchMoney No Yes 60-65% ExtraLunchMoney
ManyVids Yes Yes 60% ManyVids
NiteFlirt Yes No  50-70% NiteFlirt


Make Money Off Mobile Messaging Apps

In addition to phone sex, models can also make money selling access to mobile messaging apps such as Kik and Snapchat. There’s networks out there that make it easy to sell subscriptions to these networks as well. Here’s what is available for making money off mobile apps.

Network Snapchat Kik Whatsapp Percent More Info
IndieBill Yes Yes No 85% IndieBill
Membershyp Yes Yes Yes 70%-90% Membershyp


Guide To Becoming A Camboy

Interested in learning more about getting started as a camboy? We’ve got an official guide that goes over everything you need to know. Learn all the equipment requirements, what can make a successful and profitable career and more. Plus, the guide contains links to additional reading on specific topics. Learn everything you need to know to get started as a male webcam model.

Make Money As A Male Webcam Model


Video Tutorials For Becoming a Male Performer

Video Tutorial: Basics of Becoming a Male Performer

Male performer Alec Hardy discusses what you need to get started, information you should probably know before you press record, and lets you know what your audience will most likely look like. This covers what you need for live webcamming, clip creation, and content creation as a male performer. Alec covers legal documents you will also need and some other legalities you will run into when you are a male performer.


Video Tutorial: Becoming a Cam Boy

Male performer Alec Hardy tells you what you need to become a male live webcam performer including going more in depth into the tech requirements, discussing the sites that he recommends in his experience as a live webcam performer as a man, what type of shows you should do as a male performer, fake orgasms and if they are necessary with tips on how to meet your financial goals with your cum conservation, and how to market your live webcam shows as a man.


Video Tutorial: Becoming a Male Content Creator

Alec Hardy gives you the rundown of tech requirements for a male content creator, lighting, tips for good audio, shooting multiple angles, legal things you should know when creating content, deciding what sites you use to upload your content to, uploading the content to cam sites too, types of content to shoot, ejaculation management, staying organized with a content calendar, the importance of staying consistent, and having a model release prepared if you decide to do collaborations.


Video Tutorial: Running an Adult Fanclub as a Male Performer

Alec Hardy lets you know the tech you will need for running your fanclub, discusses how fanclubs are usually mobile optimized but you can manage your fanclub from a smartphone or computer, the importance of some good lighting for creating content for your fanclub, the legal documents you’ll be signing to run your fanclub, sites that Alec recommends for male performers looking to start a fanclub, and scheduling and re-using content.


Video Tutorial: Using Tube Sites as a Male Performer

Alec Hardy lets you know the tech you will need for your tube site, marketing, getting verified, utilizing tube sites for boosting your links, using trends and keywords, and using tags and keywords to help boost your tube site content.


Video Tutorial: Collaborations as a Male Performer

Alec Hardy discusses collaborating in the adult industry as a male performer including: building a portfolio, networking, putting yourself out there so you have a positive reputation that is mutually beneficial for yourself and the collaborating performer, discussing your boundaries when collaborating, working with an agent/studio versus indie, finding people to shoot with, and waiting a certain amount of time to build credibility before reaching out for collaborations.