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Meet Projekt Melody the Internet’s First 3D Hentai Camgirl

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Meet Projekt Melody, she’s the digital camgirl that’s gaining thousands of fans, and she’s causing quite a bit of controversy online. It’s such a strange time to be alive. There are so many people who are afraid of automation, even in places you wouldn’t expect it…like sex work.

The forward momentum of technology is crashing through society like a freight train and now we’re being blessed with fully digital camgirls. The best way to describe Projekt Melody is that she’s pretty much a digital stripper in an online club of sorts. There is a human on the other side of the screen however and they are more than likely wearing a motion capture device and run their movements through a program that creates a 3D model to mimic the movements. In this case, it’s probably a woman that is being captured and the model you see on screen is a provocatively dressed anime waifu.

Since “her” creation, she has carved out a nice little niche online, and raked up over 70k followers on Chaturbate, almost 80k on her YouTube channel, and over 144k on Twitter. This has been frustrating some of the more real life sex workers, and they seem kind of worried about the idea of having to compete with a digital character. Not to mention the response from the triggered culture writer on Wired who wrote a pissy little article titled, “Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women?”.

She tries to dismiss Projekt Melody and her following as merely a byproduct of the “male gaze”. But we feel that she could be a little more “progressive”  in her beliefs. I mean it is 2020, shouldn’t people be able to love who they want as long as no one gets hurt? I mean, aside from her feelings? In the article she comes off as dismissive and closed-minded. The villain can’t always the “Oppressive Patriarchy”. The reason that Projekt Melody became popular isn’t because of some patriarchal vacuum, could it be some men are just increasingly finding woman generally unapproachable? Just a theory. 

Or is it possible that some people are just entertained by this uniquely absurd erotic content?

Unfortunately, this kind of content is one of the most contested genres in the adult industry and there are tons of real life artists out there trying to make it big, but with all these existential concerns aside there is no doubt that she is going to stay a staple as an online performer.

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