Why it’s Awesome to be Professional Slut on Snapchat [Interview]

More and more women are becoming their own boss. How? They’ve decided to make money using their phone.

Snapchat is one of the most popular social media platforms right now – even the update isn’t keeping them down. More and more Snapchat accounts are popping up that are run by women that feature more than just occasional updates on their daily lives… they post porn.

Snapchat porn and porn star Snapchats have emerged as an entirely new genre of pornographic entertainment. Being a dirty Snapchat girl is like being something of a hybrid between a cam girl, a porn star, and a phone sex girl… and it’s fantastic.
Girls can basically go about their day and make money by making dudes horny!

We caught up with one girl who is currently killing it in the porn star Snapchat game: Bailey Bae. She has amassed quite an impressive following since she’s started and continues to wow her followers via her story on a day-to-day basis. Here’s what she had to say about professionally slutting it up on Snapchat:

How and why did you start?

Bailey Bae:

I started because simple and fun. Once I started, I realized it gave me an outlet to let my inner vixen out!

I started through an agency called Truesnaps. They have been extremely encouraging and helpful. They have provided me with all the tools necessary for making the best snaps. I really appreciate all the work they do behind the scenes dealing with emails, processing subscriptions, etc…

Would you recommend other girls do this? Why/why not?


I would absolutely recommend other girls because many women (especially in college) tend to struggle financially and this job allows gives you the ability to work anywhere, anytime.

What’s an average day for you like?


The average day usually begins with me logging into my snaps to post sexy pics before a shower or right out of bed! (Guys love that) I continue to post throughout my day showing my butt in my workout shorts or some cleavage in the Library while I do homework. If I’m traveling, I like to post sexy pics in the airports during layovers
What do you love most about your job? Like the least?


The thing I love most about my job is the energy and positivity I get back from my fans! Waking up and seeing compliments in my messages gets my day started off on a positive note and the vibes just keep me going all day.

The thing I like least about my job is the idea of my real identity getting out there or worrying about what other people think of me. In all honesty, it’s all in my head, and I shouldn’t worry what others thing as long as I love what I do.
What advice would you have for someone who would want to make money via a dirty snapchat?

My advice to someone who would want to start their premium snap would be to simply have fun, be yourself and get that money

Here’s How to Use Waterfall Model to Get More Done Today

Organization is key to success. Anyone who disagrees is either a miscreant or an artist.

If you are going to truly succeed you need to be able to both organize the physical space around you and what’s going on in the space inside of your head. If you are anything like me, a diet of nitro cold brew and Whole Foods prepared food has poised you for fantastic health (and bowl movements) however you are pretty gosh darn anxious ninety-five percent of the time. Your brain often might sound like several hundred-people shouting at one another while whatever catchy – and very annoying – Meghan Trainer song you heard on the way to work in the morning blares in the background. And you don’t even like Meghan Trainer, but damn can that girl write a catchy chorus.

If you want to be able to ease through your work day with maximum productivity, I suggest using the waterfall model. The waterfall model is a way of organizing a project from the moment of mental conception to the maintenance after deployment.

There are six steps usually organized in a waterfall looking diagram – hence the name. Here’s a breakdown of the steps:

• Requirements: What does your software do? What does it need in terms of design and functionality?

• System design: Now that you know what the requirements must be, draw a blueprint of the system to facilitate implementation

• Design Implementation: Now that you have a verified blueprint of the design the work begins.

• Verification and test: You need to make sure this system works right? So test it out. Run it through the ringer, mark down what doesn’t work and what does work and note what changes need to be made.

• System Deployment: Now that your system is created, and tested, launch it into the world after adequate preparation for reception by the public.

• Software maintenance: Do not neglect your brain child. Make sure there is regular updating and debugging of your system to keep it functioning and up to date.

When you are working on a long-term project these steps are necessary for success. Plus, if you have a very noisy, caffeine fueled brain like myself, it will help you translate your ideas into the physical world to better organize them.

Additionally, this will allow your entire team (even if is a tiny team or consists only of you) to stay on track. Long-term projects usually feel entirely overwhelming. This breaks down the conception, development, troubleshooting, launch, and after care of a system into steps as to not overwhelm the workers.

It also allows for tiny victories. This will keep the moral of your team up (even if the team is small or just yourself, you will enjoy these victories and they will help you continue on). Once you complete a stage celebrate! These long projects and system development is no small feat. It’s a marathon, not a sprint. While you think your will power is enough to get you through you will be thankful to take moments to cheer each other on, thus increasing productivity and moral at once.

Learn more about the waterfall model from the video below!