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It was a nice chat, until I started asking too many questions. Giving her age as “late 20s,” she lives in Brooklyn, seems forthcoming and down to earth, doesn’t take herself too seriously, and rakes in over $200,000 a year -- all of which she claims on her taxes.After I requested proof of the $84,000 transaction, they became testy. When I reached out to them for a follow-up chat, a representative told me that they “felt the tone of the conversation was borderline disrespectful,” and that future interviews were out of the question. And I kept encountering the same problem: most wouldn’t talk, many were hostile (unsurprising, given their line of work), some struck me as outright fakes. Her haul comes via cash and gifts from men who are happy to grovel online, fulfill Amazon wish lists, and send money via Western Union, all without meeting her IRL.Guys usually assume that I’m easy, or tell me that they’re not into being financially dominated. I blog or tweet about receiving his money, and the recognition excites him. I have others camming (at a cost of $10 per minute, before sending additional money) and talking to me in baby talk. It needs to be wrapped up into a package that they relate to.Then they ruin first dates by asking me questions all night and thinking I will put them into bondage or something. One of them randomly sends me $500 or $600 and I never actually hear from him. I post, “Next time, pig, send me more.” That turns him on. They send 10 emails a day, wanting to know how I am doing, telling me that they want to smell my feet and send me money. This one guy, he had just turned 18, he had never paid anybody online before, and he wanted me to put him in chastity.during the run-up to the annual Adult Video News Awards in Vegas, two provocatively clad women told me about a guy who gave them $84,000. The women, Maitresse Madeline and Mistress Lorelei Lee, made names for themselves as actresses in adult films, but they also indulge in the sexual art of “financial domination,” or “fin dom,” a craft that sounds like a cross between S&M and a big-store con (albeit, with extremely compliant marks, dubbed “pay pigs”).He was Australian, they said, and the money was supposed to be for a session of live online camming. It fills their bank accounts while satisfying the carnal needs of guys who get off on giving money to demanding women.Whatever the case, though, the more they give up, the hotter they get. He sends the 10th tribute of $100, realizes that he has never before given $1,000 in a single session, and it makes him crazy.He gets into that submissive space where he just can’t control himself.

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It was a nice chat, until I started asking too many questions. Giving her age as “late 20s,” she lives in Brooklyn, seems forthcoming and down to earth, doesn’t take herself too seriously, and rakes in over $200,000 a year -- all of which she claims on her taxes.

After I requested proof of the $84,000 transaction, they became testy. When I reached out to them for a follow-up chat, a representative told me that they “felt the tone of the conversation was borderline disrespectful,” and that future interviews were out of the question. And I kept encountering the same problem: most wouldn’t talk, many were hostile (unsurprising, given their line of work), some struck me as outright fakes. Her haul comes via cash and gifts from men who are happy to grovel online, fulfill Amazon wish lists, and send money via Western Union, all without meeting her IRL.

Guys usually assume that I’m easy, or tell me that they’re not into being financially dominated. I blog or tweet about receiving his money, and the recognition excites him. I have others camming (at a cost of $10 per minute, before sending additional money) and talking to me in baby talk. It needs to be wrapped up into a package that they relate to.

Then they ruin first dates by asking me questions all night and thinking I will put them into bondage or something. One of them randomly sends me $500 or $600 and I never actually hear from him. I post, “Next time, pig, send me more.” That turns him on. They send 10 emails a day, wanting to know how I am doing, telling me that they want to smell my feet and send me money. This one guy, he had just turned 18, he had never paid anybody online before, and he wanted me to put him in chastity.

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