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As society changes and horizons expand, our taboos do the same. We want higher highs. We want more. I love exploring new avenues for arousal and — even more — sharing my experiences and knowledge with others. However, in all that I have divulged, nothing to date has ever evoked as much disapproval as telling people that I engage in financial domination.
Nothing to date has ever evoked as much disapproval as telling people that I engage in financial domination. Kicking dudes in the nuts? Okay… I guess. Easiest is the human ATM scenario, where a man either gives me money straight out of his wallet or provides a card for my consistent use. Psychodrama and the theater always play a major role in my domination practice. Findom just gives it a bold new form.
This past November, for example, I headed to San Francisco for a week-long consensual financial domination scene with one of my longtime clients. Geoffrey, a retired banker, had long been a patron of mine. A long-time masochist who once got off on extreme punishment and humiliation, he now seeks a deeper kind of loss and a more psychological pain — one that directly affects something he cares about most: money. In addition to the financial domination portion, we agreed to partake in consensual blackmail, where I would procure information through research, intimidation, trickery, coercion, or persuasion.
In fact, this very article is part of the scene; Geoffrey paid generously to keep certain details of his life out of this story. I prepared a dossier of information before my arrival, in an effort to put his life and livelihood on the brink of total upset. I recorded our private conversations and used the details against him. I laid out a plan to wreak havoc, and explained that he would have to defend his integrity through a series of costly obstacles intentionally put in his path to confuse and bewilder him.
Upon arrival, I asked how his wife was, by name. He knew instantly that I knew more about him than he thought. I had him present a check for my incidentals, which — of course — gave me his bank information. A shopping spree was naturally in order. But the question remains: why on earth would he agree to do this? In my opinion, it all stems from the fact that capitalism and masculinity are deeply connected.
Of course, this is not what we want to reinforce, but by turning these aspects of performative gender roles on their head — while addressing their psychological power and exploiting them through consensual kink — participants can truly learn more about themselves. In other words, findom says something ificant about the society that we live in and the ways that we conflate money and power. That the former is a stand-in for the latter and can be used to elicit feelings of loss and humiliation when at the behest of a powerful woman.
As human beings, we are not unfamiliar with wanting to feel real fear via mediated experience. For now, men are still the financial powerbrokers of the world. But us Findommes? Time to pay up. Her website is www.
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