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This Online Dominatrix Makes Serious Bank 'Punishing' Men Over Skype

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Olivia Coxxx (not pictured above) is a 25-year-old woman from Melbourne, Australia who makes a very 'tidy income' as a professional dominatrix.

According to this Australian publication her speciality is helping men explore their deepest fantasies, in what she describes as, a safe and professional environment.

We know it's in poor-taste to discuss some else's salary, but these numbers are just too staggering to keep to ourselves: "customers can pay $100 per 20 minutes of contact on Skype or meet her in person at a cost of $450 for one hour or $800 for two." That's A LOT of money, especially for just a Skype meeting. I can't think of a single thing that's worth $100 for 20 minutes, but hey, to each their own, right?

What I found to be most interesting is that Olivia, in a sense, dispels the notion that men who use her kind of services have an exorbitant amount of wealth:

“The misinterpretation about fin domme is that clients will just ring up asking to give you exorbitant amounts of money for nothing. In real life there’s actually a lot more to it. Because this is a lifestyle choice for a lot of my clients, they often don’t have a lot of money -even if they have well paying jobs/careers, usually they serve a number of mistresses.”

So essentially, even if these men are the Australian equivalent of New York City Wall Street types, they don't just use Olivia's services, but rather the services of so many women in her field that they go broke. Again, it's a lifestyle, not just an occasional bout of pay-for-play. Sort of like Dominatrix junkies. I'm going to go ahead and trademark that term shortly after the completion of this article.

Regardless of the male involvement and ridiculous spending, kudos to Olivia Coxxx for finding her niche and running with it. At the end of the day if men are willing to drain their bank accounts on her behalf, who are we to judge? Sex work is work, nothing more, nothing less. Olivia says:

“I do sometimes experience the stigma and alienation from acquaintances, but once I have a chat to the individual and they learn more about the industry, they are usually pleasantly surprised.”

Keep doing your thing, girl!

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