Spotlight: Mistress Bizzarre [Dominatrix]

A charming young woman with an interesting career choice… S) How did you start your career? MB) My career started about four years ago. A good friend of mine was […]

A charming young woman with an interesting career choice…

S) How did you start your career?


MB) My career started about four years ago. A good friend of mine was a dominatrix and was double booked one day and I was her first option to fill in for her. I was thrown in at the deep end as this particular client was into being a human ashtray, animalisation and boot worship. I was so nervous but the adoration, respect and total trust from the client pulled me through and I’ve never looked back, it’s great.

S) What do you enjoy most about the “art” of the dominatrix; do you associate it with art?

 

MB) Fetishism is definitely an art form. For the client, aesthetics play an important role. I’d have to be dressed to suit the occasion. My favourite would have to be schoolmistress! It’s all about role-play and having control of any situation and knowing boundaries. They say art is in the eye of the beholder. Any client would tell you what they indulge in is an art form just as being involved in a play or production is, only, they enjoy it in an erotic and fetishist way. 

S) You may inspire readers, so how would you advise other people get into it if they are interested?

 

MB) I can’t stress this enough. It’s about helping the client explore his or her fetishes and needs and it almost always involves some form of worship. You need a safe place to work from, somewhere discreet and well equipped. Finally, you need to be totally comfortable and prepared to do the job. If you don’t have it in you, it will show. Basically, you need to be a good actress. The same applies to men who want to become Masters. 

S) As much as you can you please tell us about the weirdest thing you have ever been asked to do is?

 

MB) There was a guy who liked mummification. He liked to be tied to a chair with blue rope then wrapped tightly in cling film and then once more with the rope. The rest of the time he spent trying to get out of it whilst being caned by myself.

 

S) Would you rather be doing anything else?

 

MB) To be honest, no. I’ve worked in nursing, healthcare and was a receptionist for a surgeon but found it all really boring and mundane. I was working all hours just to get by with very little left over. Being a Domme offers variety and much better pay for only a couple of hours a week. The rest of the time is mine to do with as I wish. I couldn’t ask for anything better really.

S) Obviously you are proud of your career, what would you say to non-Alternative readers who have no experience and may call the job degrading?

 

MB) There is nothing degrading about being worshipped. It’s feminism at its peak. If people are too closed minded and pass judgement, then so be it. I’m getting on with my life; they can get on with theirs. I don’t push my career choice in anyone’s face but I’m here to answer anyone’s questions if they want to learn about what I do.

S) Are your family aware of your career?

 

MB) Some of my family are aware of what I do. The ones who know are happy because I’m happy. The older members don’t know. I have a feeling my Mother knows but we never talk about it. She knows I’m a sensible woman and I can hold my own so she’s not worried, just old fashioned!

S) Tell us one key fact about being a dominatrix that not many people know, what are the attributes must you have?

 

MB) You definitely have to have the ‘dominant’ streak! If you’re passive, it’s just not going to work. Also, not all Dommes offer the same services, I do not allow touching and some do for example, it’s important not to do anything you are not comfortable with. Above all, know your client and allow them to know and appreciate you.

 

Mistress Bizzarre is based in Newcastle Upon Tyne if you want to seek advice she is avaliable for contact at: www.myspace.com/xxxlilaxxx

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