Is Financial Domination Sex Work?

As a ‘Financial Dominatrix’ Am I Considered Sex a Worker?

I frequently get asked by vanilla women looking to make easy money online how they too can do what I do. Because what I do is humiliate men and expect to be paid for it… Sounds easy doesn’t it? I find rich men and demand money, right? It’s really that simple, isn’t it? And without this turning into another “how to” post on financial domination (ie. one does not look for a sub- he finds her etc.), I want to focus on what dominating men online really boils down to, sex work.

I, Megan “Princess Meggerz,” 100% consider myself a part of the sex industry. I accept payment in exchange for sexual fantasy. Men pay me to be a bitch but they don’t just pay me because I am a bitch.

Sex work is the provision of sexual services for money or goods. Sex workers are women, men and transgendered people who receive money or goods in exchange for sexual services, and who consciously define those activities as income generating even if they do not consider sex work as their occupation.

Regardless of the power dynamic, my outfit of (or lack there of) choice, whether I allow my subs to cum or not- I am still engaging in a sexual interaction. I may use words to describe what my sub will do for me, how he will do it, and what I think of him for doing so or I may simply choose to use my body to achieve the end goal.


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But I don’t get naked. And I’m definitely not getting paid to have sex with another person or myself. So I’m not a porn star. Or even a cam girl, am I? But technically I am posing on cam while I webcam session with naked men and watch myself turning men on.

When people ask in casual conversation what I do for a living, what do I tell them?

But I also run my own business. I generate story lines, I do video production and editing. I find new ways to market myself and run my own social media. Am I really just a disgusting, lazy women using sex to make an easy buck? That’s what sex workers are being told. I know I don’t deserve respect for selling my body and soul yet somehow these rich and powerful men not only pay me but submit to and worship me. But I’m not having sex with anyone! It’s so confusing. I’m so confused.

just me the sex worker

Just me, the sex worker demanding money from men online.

Actually I’m not confused. I’m a confident business savvy women and I’m over the stigma and stereotype of doing any sort of sex(y) work. Maybe not famous enough to be as socially sexually acceptable as say Kim K but if you really think about it, all I’m doing is demanding money from men online and I love it.