What Is A Professional Dominatrix Session Like?

A typical conversation between a ProDomme and a client begins when the client searches for Dominatrix in their region and contacts a Domme who appears to be a suitable match. The two will then talk about what the customer is looking for (through email, phone, or social media), and if it’s a good fit, they’ll set up an appointment. If not, the Domme will usually be able to refer the customer to a professional who is a better match, according to Shakti.

They’ll usually agree on a meeting site and time after that. “A lot of sessions happen in a hotel room or a commercial dungeon with a lot of small chambers,” Jean explains. Some Dommes may travel to the client’s home for an additional fee, but only if they’ve already worked together,” she says (because, safety).

According to Shakti, the first 5 to 15 minutes of a session are spent just conversing and getting to know each other. “Though we’ve noted previously what’s happening, we’ll go through it again.” Then we’ll talk about their bodies, including any limitations, muscular pain, or ailments that would prevent us from doing what we want,” she says. “The client will then pay me, and we’ll move on to the next scene.” The length of a scene varies, but for her, it normally lasts 45 to 50 minutes.

You might be surprised to hear that penetrative sex isn’t generally included in scenes. “While some acts, like fisting or prostate play, are sexual in nature, many Professional Dominatrices do not have sex with their customers,”.

“We’ll spend a few minutes checking in on how they’re feeling after that,” Shakti explains. The client may then decide to use the shower if the space provides one. “We shake hands and separate ways after that,”.

Some clients have a desire that they only want to experience once. “People are turning to BDSM usually book some few lessons with me so that together we can relax into it gradually,” Shakti explains. Others have scheduled appointments with their ProDommes on a regular basis.

How Does It Feel to Be a Dominatrix?

It’s not at all what Bonding or Euphoria would have you believe. To begin with, these shows may imply that ProDommes are unable to have healthy/loving relationships. That is not the case. “A lot of us can maintain relationships outside of work!” Jean exclaims. “Yes, our job makes it more difficult at times since we need partners that understand and support our work, but it is certainly doable.” While some ProDommes are Dommes in their real-life love or sexual relationships, “others are switches, submissive, or vanilla,” Shakti says.

Paige also mentions how much being a Professional Dominatrix has enriched her life. “In more ways than I can list, it’s helped me realize my power and own all of myself,” she says. “And I’ve been able to apply many of the skills and experiences I’ve gained as a Dominatrix to many aspects of my life. I’m a better person who can live a rather more meaningful life and the lives of being such a Dominatrix.”

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