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.
One guy responded, “Princess, I need the money for lunch.” I replied, “So eat out of the dumpster. I am more deserving of your money than you are.” He sent it. You have to remember that these guys do not do this for me. I think he paid me with his parents’ money and ate ramen noodles every day. After 45 days, I finally mailed one of the keys back. We slept in the same bed and I made out with him when I was drunk, but it was clear that we were not going to have sex.
He was crying and whining for the key, but he was still sending me money. For the most part, everything is online and I don’t need to meet any of these men. But there was one guy, who’d randomly send me $1,000 a month, and I actually got together with him. He didn’t give me cash in New York, but as soon as he got back to London, he completely wiped out my Amazon wish list, which had like $6,000 worth of stuff on it. We stayed in touch but he wound up going to a therapist because of the financial domination.
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.