There are varying levels of involvement to consider — some women may only use the site once in a while, whereas others make it their full-time job.
One such full-time user anonymously shared that she makes between ,000 and ,000 a year on My Girl Fund.
My Girl Fund can net women enough money to constitute a full-time job.
It is Lauraleigh's only income right now, and it's enough to support herself and her 6-year-old daughter while living "in one of the more expensive parts of the country." While she wouldn't disclose how much she makes, she said, "Looking at my income history over the years is a classic example of how [putting] time and effort into relationships makes all the difference." It's difficult to pin down consistent financial data on how much money these women make.
Some guys want to feel important to these girls ...
we've heard of them helping pay for things from tuition to speeding tickets." He says the site is not only a unique type of social network, but it exists because they are "very serious about empowering young women as autonomous economic agents.
My Girl Fund was "something I was curious about and [my husband] has been nothing but supportive.
The fact that there are far more incoming male customers than females on the site means that the women have to adopt sales skills to generate their own demand.
"Lauraleigh" has been on My Girl Fund for three years.
Prior to joining the site, she was in the Army for two years and worked as a security guard for three years after that.
My Girl Fund user "Kandidreams," 27, has been on the site for three years. "I'm a stay-at-home mom with two kids (my first-born [died] in 2008)," she said.
"I just run the house while the husband is at his job. During the day I am just your typical mom, honestly." She and her husband met on a different site that she described as being for "pinup nudes, so he kinda knew what he was getting into." She had previously been a body piercer, working out of a tattoo studio for "a number of years." After studying graphic design and "doing a real job for a company," she decided it wasn't for her.
"I have two guys that tell me they love me throughout the day.