I wanted to write this article ’cause it seems like many of you don’t know how piracy can affect catfight “industry”. Let’s talk about the business, as many of you know, I’m not just a producer, I’m a fan, but I’ve had the opportunity of producing and taking a look behind the scenes. I know what the fans imagine producing is like, but believe me, there’s nothing easy about it.
Most of the times there’s a big risk of loosing your money, ’cause one of the girls doesn’t show, or a problem with the venue, a flight delayed, a broken finger like in the last production of slap city, girls and producers take a big risk in catfights. Maybe that’s way you don’t see many mainstream traditional producers involve in catfights.
In comparison with other types of adult entertainment catfights aren’t a good business, I can assure that every producer in catfights do this mainly because they love catfights, and they always take a leap of fate in each fight, so they can get enough money to produce the next one.
Once in a while a jerk appears and tries to sell or share the material of the producers, and I totally get that guy he’s not a fan, he’s just somebody trying to make money; who I don’t get is the fan who buys or interchange clips from him, ’cause if you are a fan and you really wants to see another catfight from… let’s say Suite Catfights, SexyWife, or Mexican Catfights, you’ll have to support directly the producer and the girls or you might not have another chance to do it, because at any moment they’ll be broken and not be able of making another clip anymore.
What can you do to help?
Report every account doing that with the social network administration and to the producer of the clip. Let the producer know you care about him or her and the catfighters. I do thank every person that writes me reporting me this kind of behavior, let’s be together and protect the community and the companies that make catfights for our own sake.