College Girls Are Selling Nudes On This Site For Extra Cash

When people think about selling nudes, they probably imagine seedy truck stops and motel rooms. But this isn’t the dark ages: You can now sell nudes online and get paid through PayPal or Venmo.

Enter ChickTok, a social media app that lets you share photos and videos with other users. It’s like the TikTok for adults only. About a month ago, a user named Britney started selling nudes on the app in order to make some extra cash. It worked: She’s made thousands of dollars off this venture. The Daily Beast talked with three students who use ChickTok to sell nudes for money.

Jenny from New York

Jenni (not her real name) is a junior at State University of New York (SUNY). She explained what ChickTok is to us.

“Chicktok is basically like Snapchat, but you get paid for the amount of followers that you have,” she said. “You just post videos or pictures and then people can pay you to see it.”

Jenni was having difficulty making ends meet in the pricey city of Albany, New York. She found herself turning to selling nudes on ChickTok as a way to pick up some extra cash.

“I got 2,000 followers within I think four days,” Jenni said. “People started asking for nudes and I said ‘yeah why not?’ But when I posted them people actually paid.”

Britney from SUNY Cortland

Britney is a junior at SUNY Cortland. She’s been selling nudes on ChickTok for about a month now, which is how she makes most of her money when she’s not busy studying. For Britney, the fact that she gets to stay anonymous while monetizing herself was what made her comfortable with this form of selling nudes.

“I knew it was different from other apps because you could sell your pictures without having your face up there,” Britney said. “That’s why I originally went with Chicktok.”

Britney has made almost $3000 off selling her nudes on the app, which she does by charging about five dollars a photo and 10 dollars for a video. She admits it’s a risky venture, but one she feels is worth it.

“You definitely feel kind of weird whenever someone watches your Snapchat or follows you on Chicktok because you can see when they follow you,” Britney said. “So if I didn’t know who the guy was and he followed me on Chicktok then yeah I definitely would feel kind of weird about it.”

Emily from California

Emily (not her real name) is a sophomore at University of Southern California and she explained what led her to selling nudes online.

“I was just surfing the Internet and I saw an ad that said you can make money off your Snapchats, how cool is that?” Emily said. “I was broke as hell, I had literally no money. And then Chicktok came up and they offered you more money if you sent your Snapchat over.”

Emily made about $1,600 off selling nudes she took on her phone in just five days. She said it’s not worth it for most women because the fact that you can be found out and that you’re putting yourself at risk.

What are the risks?

Jenni isn’t concerned with the legal risks so much as the judgement she might get from people in her life.

“A lot of people might think you’re a slut,” Jenni said, “but what they don’t know is that I’m getting paid for it so really who’s the slut?”

Jenni mostly works with guys she either knows or strangers she feels comfortable talking to and sending nudes to.

“You do feel kind of weird because you don’t know if they’re going to post it, or tell anyone about it,” Jenni said. “But I feel like the majority are just regular guys that just want nudes.”

Is ChickTok Safe?

ChickTok markets themselves as being more than just a way for college girls to monetize their nudes. In a statement to The Daily Beast, they said “Chicktok is a social utility that empowers everyone to express themselves and be creative in meaningful ways.”

The company also pointed out that it does have moderators who monitor the site 24 hours a day. That’s good news for Britney, Emily, and Jenni, who all pointed out that they feel the site is safer than other apps that allow women to sell nudes.

“I don’t want to reveal my username publicly because I wouldn’t want people to know who I was,” Britney said. “But as far as security and everything, Chicktok seems a lot more secure than Snapchat.”

Emily agreed, but pointed out that the app’s security measures aren’t perfect and she still has her Instagram and Facebook linked to her profile.

“It’s never 100 percent safe,” Jenni said. “There are always loopholes that you could find.”

College Students Turn To Sexbook To Get Laid With Remote Classes

With college students mostly attending class online these days, gone are the days when they can easily meet someone to get laid in class. A newer hookup site called Sexbook has been rapidly growing in popularity. They claim to be the Facebook of casual sex. How is Sexbook changing the lives of college students everywhere? We’ll explore how in this article.

The idea behind Sexbook is fairly straightforward. It’s the perfect opportunity for those who want to have some sex but are looking to do it discreetly. Sexbook is a website where you can post a picture of yourself, get a few matches and then set up a meet up with your prospective partner.

The site claims to be a discreet and private place to meet other like-minded people looking for sex, fun, casual dates and the like. Sexbook offers both free and premium memberships.

Sexbook’s free option allows you to send messages to matches, view their profiles, and set up dates with them. The app can send the profile of the person you’re messaging as well. Sexbook also has an advanced search option which allows you to set a location as well as age and even gender preferences.

The site claims to have over a million registered users and is growing rapidly. The user interface of the site is simple and easy to use.

How Sexbook Works

The whole idea behind Sexbook is to set up a free profile where you can find a match and then meet up to have sex, have fun, or do whatever you’d like to do.

You can either be a free member or a premium member with the paid option giving you additional features like the ability to receive special discounts as well as VIP members only features like a VIP only chat section.

Sexbook makes it easy to communicate with other members. You can send messages to the person you want to meet up with. These messages appear as little bubbles above the members’ profile pictures so you can easily tell who you’re messaging.

The site also offers a chat feature so that you can get to know the other person before you meet up for sex. You can even meet the person on the site and then go to their hotel or house for the real meet up.

How Many People Use Sexbook?

Sexbook is the number one hookup site for college students, according to the company’s own data. In addition to that, Sexbook claims to have “millions of active users” every day.

You don’t have to register or have an email address to use Sexbook. As soon as you find someone you like, you can just click on the profile and start chatting. If you have any questions about the person, you can click on their profile picture to read more about them.

How Do You Register?

To create a profile on Sexbook, you simply have to visit the site and click on the “create a profile” tab. You’re given a form to fill out with the name, location, age, gender, picture, and description of yourself.

After you’ve completed the form, you can upload a picture of yourself. This is the only step that requires an email address. Sexbook is not going to send you any marketing emails and you can opt out of the system at any time.

Why is Sexbook Becoming So Popular With College Students?

As mentioned earlier, the whole idea behind Sexbook is to be a discreet hookup site. It’s a great alternative to sites like Tinder that are very public and can get you into a lot of trouble.

Another thing that makes Sexbook popular is that the site’s users are mostly college students. If you’re going to be at a college, you’re probably going to be looking to hook up with someone as well.

Is Sexbook Worth Your Time?

Sexbook may look like just another dating site, but it’s a whole lot more than that. To begin with, the site offers a free profile option which allows you to set up your own profile. It also has a search feature that allows you to set up your location preferences and set an age limit. There’s also a messaging feature and you can choose to include your current location as well. The site allows you to set up a date as soon as you like a profile and start chatting.

The Columns That Support the Structure

We hate to be pushy. It’s kind of rude.

But in fact, that’s one of the missions of a technology publication … to push—appropriately and convincingly—technology-based tactics, services, and resources that can help readers accomplish their own missions.

That’s why, at their best, articles in educational technology publications like Multimedia & Internet @ Schools not only describe innovative products, services, technologies, and phenomena but also tout them, push them, and persuade and even cajole readers to use them. Pushy, yes.

But we like to think that’s why you read the articles, that you don’t mind being made to feel a little uncomfortable for not trying out the new.

I tend to focus on the feature articles here in Editor’s Notes, but that can give short shrift to our regular columnists. “No fair!” as my young daughter would say.

After all, they are as pushy as any of our feature writers, laying out their ideas, opinions, and knowledge for you issue after issue and thereby supporting the mission of this publication.

So this time, let’s see what they’re up to.

This Month in the Columns

Linda Joseph, a looooongtime MMIS columnist whose Cyberbee character scours the internet for web-based, subject-specific resources, discusses sites where kids can study the current state of farming and agriculture in our country and across the globe.

If it sounds tame, it’s not! The impact of agribusiness on all of us is an issue of vital importance. See Seeds of Change on page 17.

Stephen Abram … arguably our pushiest columnist … persuasively urges understanding and embracing relevant new phenomena in his forward-looking Pipeline column.

See what he has to say this time about the New Social Literacies on page 21.

Warning—he prefaces his column with these words: “So, despite the likelihood I’ll encourage some slings and arrows … I want to highlight an emerging, important new literacy—online social literacy.”

Mary Alice Anderson, another longtimer at MMIS with her Media Center column, wants you to get your students out and about using GPS technology and geocaching.

And yes, she argues, there are good reasons for media specialists to push this idea. Find out how and why by reading Geocaching for Fun and Learning on page 32.

Mary Ann Bell has been examining the myriad technology-based modes of communication, with an appreciative but somewhat iconoclastic eye, in recent Belltones columns.

This month, she reduces blogging to its essence in Celebrating Communicating: Blogging Redux on page 36.

That’s my push for you to read this month’s columns.

Now, one last push, if you don’t mind: Be sure to look at the program for our Internet at Schools conference coming up next month. It’s on pages 29–31.