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From the “former sex worker taking Hollywood by storm” (The Daily Beast), comes a candid and hilarious memoir of sex work, shame, and self-discovery set in the colorful world of live-streaming camgirls. At twenty-three, Isa Mazzei was just like any other college graduate: broke, lacking purpose, and searching for an identity. She was also a compulsive seductress with a From the “former sex worker taking Hollywood by storm” (The Daily Beast), comes a candid and hilarious memoir of sex work, shame, and self-discovery set in the colorful world of live-streaming camgirls. At twenty-three, Isa Mazzei was just like any other college graduate: broke, lacking purpose, and searching for an identity. She was also a compulsive seductress with a reputation as a slut and heartbreaker. One day, while working a low-paying retail job, she had a revelation: why not embrace her salacious image and make some money off of it? She began stripping, dancing, masturbating, playing games, making art––and broadcasting it all online for money as a camgirl. In her first month, she racked up hundreds of nightly viewers, and within a year she ranked in the top fifty girls on a site featuring tens of thousands of performers. Over the course of her career, Isa built her own business, explored BDSM, attended a porn convention, slept with a fan, and pushed herself further than she thought possible. And yet, despite her success, she struggled to fit into the community she so desperately wanted to belong to. Camgirl is a relatable look at confronting our past traumas and accepting ourselves for who we are. It masterfully explores the complexities of digital life, sexuality and the tensions between our private and public selves. Mazzei’s biting humor and raw vulnerability ensure you’ll never think about sex work―or sex―the same way again.


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From the “former sex worker taking Hollywood by storm” (The Daily Beast), comes a candid and hilarious memoir of sex work, shame, and self-discovery set in the colorful world of live-streaming camgirls. At twenty-three, Isa Mazzei was just like any other college graduate: broke, lacking purpose, and searching for an identity. She was also a compulsive seductress with a From the “former sex worker taking Hollywood by storm” (The Daily Beast), comes a candid and hilarious memoir of sex work, shame, and self-discovery set in the colorful world of live-streaming camgirls. At twenty-three, Isa Mazzei was just like any other college graduate: broke, lacking purpose, and searching for an identity. She was also a compulsive seductress with a reputation as a slut and heartbreaker. One day, while working a low-paying retail job, she had a revelation: why not embrace her salacious image and make some money off of it? She began stripping, dancing, masturbating, playing games, making art––and broadcasting it all online for money as a camgirl. In her first month, she racked up hundreds of nightly viewers, and within a year she ranked in the top fifty girls on a site featuring tens of thousands of performers. Over the course of her career, Isa built her own business, explored BDSM, attended a porn convention, slept with a fan, and pushed herself further than she thought possible. And yet, despite her success, she struggled to fit into the community she so desperately wanted to belong to. Camgirl is a relatable look at confronting our past traumas and accepting ourselves for who we are. It masterfully explores the complexities of digital life, sexuality and the tensions between our private and public selves. Mazzei’s biting humor and raw vulnerability ensure you’ll never think about sex work―or sex―the same way again.

30 review for Camgirl

  1. 4 out of 5

    Krista Regester

    #sexworkiswork has gotten more and more prevalent in our Instagram stories – but where are the actual ‘on the job’ stories? Camgirl gives the inside scoop on Isa Mazzei’s experience in sex work and intimate details of her life. Not only is she so relatable but she gives us a very personal perspective on her sexuality and relationships. What would we do to get what we want, and what happens when that is no longer enough? I accidentally stumbled onto the movie Cam, which came out before the book – #sexworkiswork has gotten more and more prevalent in our Instagram stories – but where are the actual ‘on the job’ stories? Camgirl gives the inside scoop on Isa Mazzei’s experience in sex work and intimate details of her life. Not only is she so relatable but she gives us a very personal perspective on her sexuality and relationships. What would we do to get what we want, and what happens when that is no longer enough? I accidentally stumbled onto the movie Cam, which came out before the book – as a horror movie. At this point I would probably watch or read anything that Isa puts out, so I hope she continues to give us great content full of her to-the-point attitude and Domino’s cravings.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Librariann

    Emphatically NOT FOR KIDS, a completely fascinating and well written memoir of the author's evolution from teenager to woman who made a living at internet sex work. Isa's sharp and calculating mind, drive to succeed, and empathetically drawn characters make her story easy to relate to, even if you've never paddled yourself for an anonymous audience online. I wish I knew more people I could recommend this to without being given the side eye.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danny Goldhaber

    Jonah kind of comes across like a dick to be honest.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ariana

    The biggest disservice this book could receive is being labeled as a book about sex work. This is a book about struggling to find ones identity in the face of trauma and it explores mental health and personal growth from a place of incredible humility and humanity. I can’t recommend this book enough for those who could use company in similar challenges. But more importantly, for those who have trouble relating and granting validity to trauma survivors or sex workers. Relatable, raw and The biggest disservice this book could receive is being labeled as a book about sex work. This is a book about struggling to find ones identity in the face of trauma and it explores mental health and personal growth from a place of incredible humility and humanity. I can’t recommend this book enough for those who could use company in similar challenges. But more importantly, for those who have trouble relating and granting validity to trauma survivors or sex workers. Relatable, raw and refreshingly honest, touching and hilarious with a side of voyeuristic titillation.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Scott Reu

    This is not just a mercilessly funny book, nor just an engrossingly entertaining book, nor just a gut-wrenching self-portrait. It’s all of these things—indeed, it’s often all of these things at once. Camgirl is a prime example of Mazzei’s considerable skill in taking the nuances of the genuinely complex (most prominently: the struggle for identity, sex, and sex work) and packaging them in a way that makes them inviting, captivating, and gratifying to engage with. Much as is the case in her This is not just a mercilessly funny book, nor just an engrossingly entertaining book, nor just a gut-wrenching self-portrait. It’s all of these things—indeed, it’s often all of these things at once. Camgirl is a prime example of Mazzei’s considerable skill in taking the nuances of the genuinely complex (most prominently: the struggle for identity, sex, and sex work) and packaging them in a way that makes them inviting, captivating, and gratifying to engage with. Much as is the case in her screenwriting, Mazzei excels in this context at relentlessly drawing the reader into the perspective of the main character (in this case, herself). As she narrates an undeniably enthralling phantasmagoric journey of self-discovery, you’ll be taught things without realizing that you’re learning them. If you’re anything like me, you’ll also marvel at the author’s manipulation of the chatroom as a novel medium for dialogue, a feat so skillful in its execution that it’s utterly transparent to those of us raised on these forms of communication. Mazzei crafts these interactions with the finesse of a master. I laughed all the way through this book. At the end, I cried. For a long time. It is my express recommendation that you read it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    I received an ARC from Edelweiss (Above the Treeline), all thoughts and opinions are my own. This was excellently done. That said, I will not recommend this for everyone, as this is definitely not a book for everyone. There are a LOT of sexually explicit details in this storytelling, in order to give the reader a real sense of what goes into camming. That said, I loved this and it was very much to my taste. I would pretty solidly classify this as a mental illness/health memoir. Isa takes us I received an ARC from Edelweiss (Above the Treeline), all thoughts and opinions are my own. This was excellently done. That said, I will not recommend this for everyone, as this is definitely not a book for everyone. There are a LOT of sexually explicit details in this storytelling, in order to give the reader a real sense of what goes into camming. That said, I loved this and it was very much to my taste. I would pretty solidly classify this as a mental illness/health memoir. Isa takes us through various points of growing up, before giving us insight into her life and experiences with camming. For a while, I was wondering where this would all lead to, unsure of how she could possibly wrap it up. I don't make a habit of recommending people 'push through to the end,' because if you really aren't enjoying something, you shouldn't force yourself. However, I will say that the ending of this memoir is very satisfying, and left me very satisfied as a reader. I would recommend this for anyone curious about the sex industry, sex and mental health, or anyone who works in the industry.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Adam Bricker

    I guess disclaimer: there may be spoilers and there is definitely sexually explicit talk in this book. Be warned and if either bother you, one count, skip this review, and the other, skip this book. I don't know how to start this review. I had no expectations going in...didn't even read the jacket cover. And it ended up being almost Stockholm Syndrome-esque. I didn't like the person I was reading about, but I couldn't stop. She was dramatic and manipulative and a bit materialistic...kind of like I guess disclaimer: there may be spoilers and there is definitely sexually explicit talk in this book. Be warned and if either bother you, one count, skip this review, and the other, skip this book. I don't know how to start this review. I had no expectations going in...didn't even read the jacket cover. And it ended up being almost Stockholm Syndrome-esque. I didn't like the person I was reading about, but I couldn't stop. She was dramatic and manipulative and a bit materialistic...kind of like a combination of Sylvia Plath and Paris Hilton. The more I read though, the more sympathetic I was to her struggle and her desire to grow and find salvation and redemption. A large part of the story, as set forth in the title, is about camming. It's an aspect of porn I knew nothing about, aside from seeing ads, and hadn't given any thought. The idea is basically having a girl that will do sexual things or put on a show or display herself for tips while interacting and/or taking suggestions from people in her chat room. I found the author a hard subject to deal with for a large portion of the book. She had sociopathic tendencies with brief glimpses of self-awareness and struggle to find herself. It kind of reminded me of when the Rob Zombie remake of Halloween came out and my one friend got very upset "I don't want to know why Michael Myers is the way he is...I don't want to feel sorry for him." By the end however, there were humanistic elements that made the story more relatable than I would have first thought. There are some pretty extreme scenes and some heart-wrenching disappointments, but the overall impact of the book was positive and I'm glad I stuck it out and had a chance to explore this world and the authors evolution.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Afton Mortensen

    Read this if: you are interested in women’s stories, the underground world of sex work, or are a man who’s ever watched porn. This book was well-written, I blew through it in a few days. I’ve always thought the world of camgirls and girls with “sugar daddy’s” was fascinating and this book pulled back the curtain on these worlds and the type of characters that fill them. Mazzei was a fascinating character study who buries the lead until the end. I will be recommending this book to all of my Read this if: you are interested in women’s stories, the underground world of sex work, or are a man who’s ever watched porn. This book was well-written, I blew through it in a few days. I’ve always thought the world of camgirls and girls with “sugar daddy’s” was fascinating and this book pulled back the curtain on these worlds and the type of characters that fill them. Mazzei was a fascinating character study who buries the lead until the end. I will be recommending this book to all of my friends with any open interest to the world of women in sex work.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    I literally have a love/hate relationship with this book. The writing is great and engaging and the story itself captivates - mainly because it is so far removed from my own reality. The author has chosen to put it all there, on the page, the good, the bad and the ugly. Although I have no issues with sex or foul language, this book pushes the boundaries and challenges the reader to keep an open mind through some of the "different" life choices the author has chosen. I guess what stands out for me I literally have a love/hate relationship with this book. The writing is great and engaging and the story itself captivates - mainly because it is so far removed from my own reality. The author has chosen to put it all there, on the page, the good, the bad and the ugly. Although I have no issues with sex or foul language, this book pushes the boundaries and challenges the reader to keep an open mind through some of the "different" life choices the author has chosen. I guess what stands out for me is how Mazzei thinks of herself and of sex. She has zero qualms about doing what she needed to do as a Camgirl - it was also a concern to me that the author does not seem to have any type of limit. Actions that would not even be considered by many people to be unthinkable is adopted easily by the author. The fact that she is also incredibly selfish comes through loud and clear, as she uses up men by taking what they can give her without ever really considering who they are. Nonetheless, this is a very interesting read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    Every sentence in this enthralling memoir catapulted me into the next. I felt like I couldn’t put it down. I had to, at certain points because I had other books “due,” but I kept aching to get back to Camgirl. Mazzei’s writing is fierce, funny, and delivered with finesse. Her story is engaging and relatable, while also revealing a tale so outside my own experience. I’m so thrilled this book exists, this story is accessible, and this author is being celebrated as the bright new voice we need.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Eli

    Absolutely loved reading this. It offers very interesting insight into what the lives of some sex workers are like. Isa Mazzei has a way with words perfectly paired with her interesting and rare life experiences. I recommend this book to anyone interested in cam/sex work who doesn't mind sexually graphic descriptions and pro-sex work ideologies. I also absolutely recommend Cam, as Isa was the main writer of that horror movie.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Magro

    Well that was A LOT

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dave Harmon

    Dont be put off by the description, its not another crappily written memoir and its not just about pornography; its actually very well written (unlike most of the books written by celebrities, actors, et al.) and overall a very good book by an intelligent person. it gets boring and starts to feel like its going on too long and i had planned to give it three stars but then i got to the end and it earned that 4th star with a great ending. this is the 98th book book that i have read this year. 2 Dont be put off by the description, its not another crappily written memoir and its not just about pornography; its actually very well written (unlike most of the books written by celebrities, actors, et al.) and overall a very good book by an intelligent person. it gets boring and starts to feel like its going on too long and i had planned to give it three stars but then i got to the end and it earned that 4th star with a great ending. this is the 98th book book that i have read this year. 2 more to go!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chad Fjerstad

    After viewing the Netflix original film CAM and being very impressed by it, I was immediately intrigued to know more about whoever had written it. When I heard Isa Mazzei was putting out a memoir, I wondered: how much of it will just be re-hash of what occurs in CAM, and will it be dull because of that? Well, after reading the book, I am about 100% sure that Isa is an extremely intelligent person, as is the team who decided to back this release. Though some of the key scenarios match, the After viewing the Netflix original film CAM and being very impressed by it, I was immediately intrigued to know more about whoever had written it. When I heard Isa Mazzei was putting out a memoir, I wondered: how much of it will just be re-hash of what occurs in CAM, and will it be dull because of that? Well, after reading the book, I am about 100% sure that Isa is an extremely intelligent person, as is the team who decided to back this release. Though some of the key scenarios match, the majority of what occurs in the book is a completely separate experience from the film. Isa did an incredible job of creating a standalone surrealist story pulled from her life, while leaving enough of it out to validate an entirely separate tale worth telling. First off, Isa’s brave style of confession, in which she is completely unashamed of laying out the truth, no matter how shitty it makes her look in the moment, is entirely her own and this element alone makes the book worth reading. Her transparency is immensely endearing. On the subject of confessions, I confess that I get upset somewhat frequently when I witness sex workers talking trash about their own clientele, or working in the sex industry when they don’t actually like sex, but Isa’s book does a better job than I have ever witnessed of humanizing those feelings and making you understand how it feels to be in those shoes, if you were previously unable to comprehend or accept the approach. I could see some readers maybe not being able to handle how much of the actual webcam based scenarios there are, as it does make up most of the meat of the book, but this is the way the book needs to be structured, in order to project the same kind of exhaustion on the reader that actually spending that much time camming would produce in reality. While most of the book is easy reading, giggles rooted in bluntness or some form of cynicism, and cute train of thought stuff, it does catch up with itself and gets quite dark and heavy by the end, as most great books do! I won’t say much more but Isa has solidified a special place in history with her recent output. This is very worth reading!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joey

    Burned through the book in 2 nights, because the stories were 50% chat histories, so it couldn't have been easier to follow. Whilst this is an interesting insider view to camgirls and sex work in general, I didn't gain any mind-blowing insights or life-changing beliefs from the memoir. It had a weak final punchline, on how, through sex work, she finally started to heal herself from the traumatic past she tried to bury. But maybe it is also okay it is a weak ending, because life doesn't always Burned through the book in 2 nights, because the stories were 50% chat histories, so it couldn't have been easier to follow. Whilst this is an interesting insider view to camgirls and sex work in general, I didn't gain any mind-blowing insights or life-changing beliefs from the memoir. It had a weak final punchline, on how, through sex work, she finally started to heal herself from the traumatic past she tried to bury. But maybe it is also okay it is a weak ending, because life doesn't always tie everything up neatly into a bow in the end. I couldn't empathise with the author - she was clearly manipulative to the people around her, materialistic and self-absorbed (I was so upset when she outrightly admitted to calling Alex to meet up, after months of silence, just to swipe his card @ Bellagio). She does all these extreme things in a bid for all the attention in the world, and yet, when she does get it, she shuts down and makes it all about how she is "losing herself". Despite my being unimpressed, I can see the importance of her voice to all others in this industry, a representation to all those who cannot and remain swept under the rug.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Gural

    This was an easy and quick read, but I had a lot of issues with this book. It felt really inauthentic to me. Almost like she sat down and thought, “If I was going down to read a memoir about a camgirl, what would I want to hear about?” and then manipulated the story to meet what she believed her audience wanted to hear, instead of sharing the entire truth of her internal experience. I don’t believe she would have cared if her parents or her doctor found out. I don’t believe that her 8 year-old This was an easy and quick read, but I had a lot of issues with this book. It felt really inauthentic to me. Almost like she sat down and thought, “If I was going down to read a memoir about a camgirl, what would I want to hear about?” and then manipulated the story to meet what she believed her audience wanted to hear, instead of sharing the entire truth of her internal experience. I don’t believe she would have cared if her parents or her doctor found out. I don’t believe that her 8 year-old self spoke like a witty Disney Channel character. I don’t think she left Ginger’s house stressed that she might have contracted something from a sex toy. I think she thought, “what would someone who knows nothing about sex work think if they were suddenly thrown into this situation” and “how can I be more interesting to the reader” because she knew going it to it that her audience was suburban middle class women who didn’t know a thing about it. The things that could have made it more interesting were barely touched upon. It felt like the whole thing was written to get a Netflix series, truthfully.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Barhiid Stuudio

    Camgirl is an autobiographical story of an educated sex positive woman who becomes a successful camgirl. The bad: * The book can't decide whether it wants to be a dramatic tale or a true to life recollection. It would have made a better reading experience if it had either been a more fictional tale based loosely on her real life or a less sensical one based only on true chronological facts. * The cover features praise for the movie Cam, which is misleading, since the only connection between the Camgirl is an autobiographical story of an educated sex positive woman who becomes a successful camgirl. The bad: * The book can't decide whether it wants to be a dramatic tale or a true to life recollection. It would have made a better reading experience if it had either been a more fictional tale based loosely on her real life or a less sensical one based only on true chronological facts. * The cover features praise for the movie Cam, which is misleading, since the only connection between the movie and the book is that they both feature camgirls and have the same creator. The good: * Isa Mazzei manages to describe her own behaviour in an honest and analytical way, even if it paints her unpleasant and manipulative. She skillfully explains the mindset of a woman who has an irresistible urge to use men as tools for attention. * The book introduces the real life world of camming and gives the reader an honest idea of the rewards and dangers it contains.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn Bergeron

    Summary: Isa talks about her life growing up, and her journey into and as a camgirl. Why I Read This: It was on NPR's book concierge for 2019, and the cover was so pink! Review: I was kind of disappointed. The beginning of this book is good. I think that it was within the third chapter of her as a camgirl where I started to become a little bit annoyed. I think that the book just stalled. I also wished that the ending had played a bigger part in the story. It was not really a surprise ending, but I Summary: Isa talks about her life growing up, and her journey into and as a camgirl. Why I Read This: It was on NPR's book concierge for 2019, and the cover was so pink! Review: I was kind of disappointed. The beginning of this book is good. I think that it was within the third chapter of her as a camgirl where I started to become a little bit annoyed. I think that the book just stalled. I also wished that the ending had played a bigger part in the story. It was not really a surprise ending, but I think vital to the book itself.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Riley June

    This is a pretty relatable rendition of all the ups and downs and stresses and joys of a cam model. It both made me miss the job, and remember why I quit. If you're a cam model you'll probably relate, and if you're a viewer, I hope you'll get a good look at what it's like on the other side of the screen. Even beyond that, it was a pleasure to hear about Isa's life and all the things that intersect with the experience of sex work. Also just the fact this was actually written by a (former) sex This is a pretty relatable rendition of all the ups and downs and stresses and joys of a cam model. It both made me miss the job, and remember why I quit. If you're a cam model you'll probably relate, and if you're a viewer, I hope you'll get a good look at what it's like on the other side of the screen. Even beyond that, it was a pleasure to hear about Isa's life and all the things that intersect with the experience of sex work. Also just the fact this was actually written by a (former) sex worker was great. I've been waiting for a book that "gets it".

  20. 4 out of 5

    (jessica)

    [4.5/5] Last book of the decade for me, and a strange yet appropriate end note for our cultural shift deeper and deeper into a world without privacy. I'd read a review of this and thought the subject matter and Mazzei's experience would make for an interest read, but the big surprise here is that - as a writer - she manages to render her experience as a camgirl in a way that transcends sheer shock value to become compelling, oddly logical, and as mundane as it is terrifying. A really interesting [4.5/5] Last book of the decade for me, and a strange yet appropriate end note for our cultural shift deeper and deeper into a world without privacy. I'd read a review of this and thought the subject matter and Mazzei's experience would make for an interest read, but the big surprise here is that - as a writer - she manages to render her experience as a camgirl in a way that transcends sheer shock value to become compelling, oddly logical, and as mundane as it is terrifying. A really interesting read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Frances Houseman

    Honestly unsure what I think of this book. The writing was great and the story super engrossing - I stayed up reading until 3am two nights in a row to finish. I suppose I’m struggling a bit with the concept. Especially as a mental health provider, I wonder if the main character really could have “healed herself” through camming...or perhaps it helped rip open some layers so that she could actually begin to do the work...? Regardless, this is thought-provoking and has me thinking more about the Honestly unsure what I think of this book. The writing was great and the story super engrossing - I stayed up reading until 3am two nights in a row to finish. I suppose I’m struggling a bit with the concept. Especially as a mental health provider, I wonder if the main character really could have “healed herself” through camming...or perhaps it helped rip open some layers so that she could actually begin to do the work...? Regardless, this is thought-provoking and has me thinking more about the BDSM world and somatic processing.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Mckeen

    This was difficult for me to rate. I decide on the 4 because it was written well and the story was interesting. I was very bothered by how manipulative the author was to men. The sex work she did was not bothersome, just the using people and throwing them out with the trash that I take issue with. Read if you want to learn more about the life of a cam girl, avoid if you don’t care to hear about a women treating men like garbage and blaming her behavior on her unfortunate childhood.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    This book made me want to rewatch Starlet and Nymphomaniac, and memoir is becoming my favorite genre (now that dystopian sci-fi is no longer entertaining because we're practically living it). Mazzei's story is entertaining: light at times, heavy at others, balanced well among her accounts of childhood, adolescence, and her career in sex work. Camming is much more than I thought it was, and she tells her story in a frank and approachable way.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Hayley Reid-Ginis

    I can't recommend this book enough. If you have ever been curious about sex work, the camming world, or alternative lifestyles in general, you will love this. It is raw, honest, and educated. I was immersed in this book. Though this book is a memoir, it is hard to forget that it's not fiction. It is written like a story, and I was hooked from start to finish. Isa is a great writer, a visionary, and a modern-day storyteller. I hope to read more from her, non-fiction or otherwise.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Anneke Alnatour

    Very interesting memoir and insight in the life of a camgirl. I was surprised by Isa's honesty, and how relatable her story was, even though I am not a camgirl myself (not even close, I have to admit). Definitely a whole lot of sex in there, and some things that I had not yet heard of, but otherwise it was an eyeopener for me, and I truly enjoyed going out of my comfort zone.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    This was... a lot. Not knowing anything about the author or the movie Cam, I had no idea where this was going but it was both heartbreaking and hopeful. I read it basically in one sitting with just breaks for lunch and dinner.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    I was convinced this would be a solid 4 star. The book is fantastic, but sometimes self-indulgent. The ending made everything clear and I am disappointed that I judged it slightly harshly while reading. This book is powerful. #sexworkiswork

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maria Inês

    This book is well written and it presents an honest, first-hand insight to a controversial subject. However, the end could have been better developed. I would like to know the author's family and friends reaction to her experiences and what she did after she ended her camgirl career.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    As someone with little knowledge of camming, I found this book fascinating though this really is more Isa’s story.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Marisa

    I have learned stuff about live cams that I can not un-learn. Who knew?

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