Femdom

What is a dominatrix? Be in control

Do you ever feel insecure?

No, because I learned how to get and treat customers. Also, if someone is really submissive to you, it is impossible that they want to harm you.

You started a submission relationship with yourself, why?

After working as a professional mistress, I was gradually introduced to the world of BDSM ( Bondage, Domination, Sadism, Masochism) I was so used to devoting all my energy to controlling other people, that I ended up wanting someone to practice the same thing with me, I knew someone to do it with, so we gave it a try. However, it was not great because he was not sane enough to maintain that relationship, and also made it for reasons other than mine.

“Being a dominatrix has opened my mind”

You are a feminist. 

Definitely not. It is true that I was an object, but active. I would set the rules and choose more or less what I wanted to wear. . Everyone sells their work in one way or another. It is not about feminism because I am controlling men, since I was doing it for money and on my terms.

Has all of this had any repercussions on your current sex life?

It has made me open my mind and be more positive and self-confident. I’ve had couples who were not threatened with this because, really, there is nothing better than having sex with the person you love.

A dominatrix (“domme” or “dom” for short) is a woman-identifying, non-binary, or genderqueer person who physically and/or psychologically dominates their partner, generally known within the BDSM community as a “submissive” or “sub.”

In the BDSM community, there are two main types of dommes: lifestyle dominatrices, who take a dominant role with their submissive(s) all day, every day; and dominatrixes who explore kinks, fetishes, and BDSM. BDSM (bondage, domination, sadism, and masochism) should involve a careful amount of negotiation and communication prior to any sexual or non-sexual domination activity to ensure consent.

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