Pro-Dommes and Other Sex Workers’ Rights Threatened by Rise in Hidden Camera Filming Incidents.

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Melbourne based sex worker @Blairehunter_ recently took to Twitter to expose the sick behaviour of one of her clients. Said client was behaving suspiciously during an arranged meeting, to which he arrived wearing some pretty suspect looking eyewear. When pressed on the issue, the client ended up admitting to filming her without permission, using a pair of glasses with a miniature camera concealed in the frame – like something out of a second-rate James Bond knock-off film. As disturbing as the picture is that Blaire paints, it does unfortunately become much more depraved and disrespectful the more you delve into it.

When Blaire confronted the man, who, due to Blaire’s quick thinking, could no longer deny his activities, he was completely unremorseful and unrepentant claiming that the whole charade was “just a little bit of fun” – well, fun for who, exactly? See, despite being so clearly not ‘fun’, non-consensual filming of sexual partners as a transgression is not only morally reprehensible, its also a criminal offence. And for what? Well, more often than not, the resulting videos end up on Pornhub – posted without the consent or even the knowledge of the other party. Trouble is; this sort of thing is becoming all too common. Here’s why:

Glasses with spy camera hidden in the frame

Spy gear like the offending item in this instance can come in very sophisticated and hard to spot guises, and they’re not exactly expensive either. With that, they’re also becoming a lot smaller and easier to conceal. As a result, 2019 saw a huge swathe of reports coming in from all corners of the world of hotel and Airbnb guests discovering cameras in alarm clocks, smoke detectors, and in one case – a bottle of shampoo. In fact, a whopping 10% of Airbnb guests reported finding such objects in their rooms! A quick Amazon search further explains how these cowardly low-life voyeurs are enabled to make their sick vision a reality. The sad fact is, for the low fee of less than $100, a multitude of relatively advanced and fully operative spyware can be delivered to your door – so essentially, what this means is that the worst type of voyeur can now equip themselves with ease. As to why these things are even being manufactured in the first place, we’re dumbfounded. It’s clear that nothing good can come from advancements in this kind of tech.

So, what can I do to protect myself against these people?
First; always be on the lookout – be vigilant. Maybe consider enforcing a rule which would see your clientele having to dispose of their personal effects into a locker. Naturally, if you’re unlucky enough to meet someone as idiotic as to pull this kind of manoeuvre on your time, make sure to report them to the authorities. You have a leg to stand on, and by making an example out of these people, others may think twice in future before stooping to their predecessors’ level. There are also a few radio frequency-detecting devices available on the market that could potentially be a good investment, as it seems like this kind of behaviour will continue to be an unfortunate by-product of sex work and humanity in general in the modern era.

Mini camera that can be hidden inside of glasses

As a result – and it’s really disappointing that I should even have to suggest this as a precautionary measure, there are also apps (with millions of downloads to date) available which can decrease the likelihood of unwanted recordings. Apps such as the ‘Hidden Camera Detector’, which is available for both Android devices and for iPhone. By using the camera and torch on your phone simultaneously, this app detects and analyses any reflective surface which it deems in any way similar to that of a camera lens. It then works by assessing how likely each reflection is to be a lens, grading them from red – high possibility that this is a hidden camera, to yellow, which identifies non-covert devices. Green merely tells you what else is connected to your Wi-Fi.

Next up, there are also non-tech related means by which to stop yourself becoming a victim of this type of sick, twisted stunt. Observe your surroundings. Check to see if there are any objects in your vicinity that just look out of place, like a watch facing the bed for example. Examine alarm-clocks and smoke detectors. Look for the tell-tale signs of a lens in your immediate surroundings. Now, I’m not suggesting that we all become paranoid to the point of inactivity, but instead that we each increase our awareness because, unfortunately, these people don’t seem likely to just go away any time soon.

As an afterthought, just in case there’s anyone reading this who’s dumb enough to try pull this kind of stunt, remember:
Video taken of a partner without consent is a crime, It’s not “just a bit of fun”. Have the balls to ask for permission, and if the answer is no – respect that. Don’t be a dick.

Written exclusively for Female Fetish Federation

One response to “Pro-Dommes and Other Sex Workers’ Rights Threatened by Rise in Hidden Camera Filming Incidents.”

  1. That’s disgusting! Surely that guy should be in jail now rather than trying to laugh it off as a bit of fun? If this sort of thing doesnt carry mandatory jail time, there needs to be new legislation.

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