Frequently Asked Questions

What are your personal fetishes?

ktb23I think there are too many to list. Of course, bad boys/girls need to be punished so as you can imagine I have quite the tool box full of implements to keep them in line. I thoroughly enjoy foot worship and servitude are both amazing when I can find a doting sub.  However, I do like my sessions to have a bit of role play. Whether or not I’m being a nurse doing needle play or a babysitter force feeding my naughty little, it all really excites me.

Are you friends with any of your clients?

Of course. Ideally, I would be friends with all my clients. I am there to open them up to the most sensitive and vulnerable part of themselves—there’s a lot of trust and emotional closeness that is built. Because BDSM play has such an emotional trigger I often encourage my clients to communicate openly and honestly about thoughts and feelings. However, I discourage in depth personal questions about myself to establish appropriate boundaries. 

Do you ever get unusual requests?

Uh duh, that’s kind of the name of the game here. Cock and ball torture, age play, bondage, needle play, water and hard sport requests – although it’s all different from person to person it all has its own place in our sessions to create the level of sub-space I’m looking for. I usually find a lot of excitement when I can work with my sub to push themselves to really opening up.

“Never yuck someone else’s yum”

Any etiquette tips for new clients?

Be honest and open. Communication is key to building trust with your Mistress. I guess the pre-session etiquette is one I have to address because it’s the most common, for example, don’t text or email a thousand times asking, ‘what are you going to do to me’ because that’s what sexting is for and no Domme has time for that. Another thing we don’t have time for is those who waste our time! It’s not uncommon to get “verification requests”, coffee date meetup queries, or endless back and forth messaging and the like – to see if they can get the attention they need for free. If you want it, book it! I have no problem letting someone know I’m real, but don’t test my patience. I post my kinky schedule for this reason. Knowing events and munches I’m attending is always a great way to meet in a public setting.

  A professional dominatrix is skilled at applying the right kind of pain that can make her masochistic, submissive client cry out in pleasure. There’s a common misconception that BDSM is always about pain, but it’s really about the sensations. You might be surprised to learn that a profession technically classified as “sex work” does not involve any actual sex. Sure, you can go online and find someone who will gladly take your money, slap you around a bit and then have sex with you—but that’s not a service provided by a dominatrix. A truly professional and experienced dominatrix is more like a guide through the less accessible sexual pleasure that some men—and women—find in the acts of submission or masochism, both in and out of a dungeon This is why most sessions with a Pro-Domme (professional dominatrix) are carefully thought out and planned beforehand by the mistress to make sure they are uniquely tailored to, and enjoyed by, each particular sub [Submissive]. 

By Jakob N. Layman

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