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Who Are You Camille Greene?

I'm thrilled to kick off this blog series and share a little piece of me with you. My name is Camille Greene, a Long Island native with a story to tell – one that's filled with both simple pleasures and formidable challenges.

To those of you who already know me, welcome back! And to those who are just discovering me I'm excited to have you here. You might have seen my photos floating around or stumbled upon my ads, but there's so much more to me than meets the eye.

I've been navigating the industry for over a decade now, and I count myself incredibly fortunate that it hasn't tarnished my spirit or outlook on life. In fact, being a companion has opened doors to a life I never would've imagined for myself, especially considering the environment I grew up in.

Let me paint a picture for you. I was born to a teenage mother, thrust into a world of hardship and struggle from the very beginning. Raised in a single-parent, low-income household, my childhood was horrible. We were scraping by at home, and I faced relentless bullying at school. Sadly, from both adults and children. Growing up in New York, I encountered not only racism but also colorism – cruel remarks that left me with shattered confidence.

School was a battlefield, and after repeating the 9th grade and enduring endless taunts, I eventually dropped out. With not much of a choice, I pursued my GED and until I got my certificate to work as a nursing assistant, I had to steal in order to purchase my food and clothes.

It wasn't until I found myself at a crossroads, unsure of where life would take me, that I stumbled into my current lifestyle. But let me tell you, it wasn't an easy transition. Back then, platforms like BP and CL were the norm, and the market was saturated with preferences that didn't align with my own identity. With low self-esteem I accepted the ignorance of prospects until I no longer wanted to attract those types. One day, something inside me shifted. I refused to settle for anything less than I deserved. Armed with newfound confidence and a knack for self-portraiture, I took matters into my own hands and never looked back.

Working in this industry has been eye-opening, to say the least. It's introduced me to people from all walks of life – different cultures, backgrounds, and experiences that have enriched my world in ways I never thought possible. It has introduced me to different heritages, cultures and races of people. I was shown that just because someone identifies as white, that it doesn't mean they had a luxurious upbringing. It doesn't mean they superior complex or they are out of touch from other cultures. Working in this industry has allowed me to be introduced to people in a higher economic lifestyle when I assumed working in construction or as a nurse were the cream of the crop. I am able to take care of my mental health, get into shape, learn my second language, live in any country I desire. I've grown to be more compassionate towards others but stand my ground to protect myself. From obtaining new perspectives to embracing my natural athleticism, I've grown in ways I never could've imagined. And yes, I've shattered a few glass ceilings along the way. I proudly became the first companion to make muscles elegant as well as being the first "black" companion to set her rates at $800 hourly. I've challenged stereotypes and defied expectations, all while staying true to myself.

But my experiences far from over, and I'm excited to share every twist and turn with you. So buckle up, dear readers, because we're just getting started.

With gratitude and excitement,

Camille Greene

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