Empowering Dominance: Identifying Genuine BDSM Practitioners – Top 5 tips

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Identifying Genuine BDSM Practitioners. Have you ever been scammed by a Fake Dominatrix❔ Whether you have or haven’t, here are some tips on how to spot a Fake Dominatrix to avoid getting scammed‼️

1. Check how many accounts they’re following and compare that number to the number of followers they have

I’ve noticed this with many fake accounts where they follow numerous accounts but have very few followers. In most cases, it’s actually the other way around. It’s like Angelina Jolie following 1M accounts but only having 1000 followers. Something surely doesn’t add up there. Do you see what I’m getting at? This is a key pointer when identifying genuine BDSM practitioners.

However, there are a few things I’d also highlight here. Although it’s a good practice to identify non-authentic practitioners, there are some fake accounts with large followings that don’t follow many people back. These individuals are slightly better scammers, but in such cases, there are other things to look out for to determine whether they are the real deal or not.

Lastly, regarding the number of accounts a Domme is following versus the accounts following her, this practice only works well with mainstream Dommes. There are also novice Dommes who are still finding their footing and may be following many accounts but don’t have a significant following. Please note that this does not necessarily make them non-authentic.

2. Pay close attention to their Twitter handle and the name they’re using when identifying genuine BDSM practitioners

So, you may have a new account following you, and it’s of a Mistress you are aware of, but she has a completely random name. Instead of Mistress ….., she is now referring to herself as, let’s just say, “Ropebunny.” 

Why would a practitioner create an account not using her original name, and another thing to be mindful of is if you are aware of this practitioner and her original account wasn’t following you, it’s unlikely she is going to create a new account with a random name and start following you on that account. So, kinky food for thought for you when identifying genuine BDSM practitioners.

3. Identifying Genuine BDSM Practitioners – Slipping into Your DMs

If a practitioner randomly slips into your DMs, there are a few things to consider here. 

Firstly, do you have a relationship with that account? If yes, it’s not totally uncommon for a practitioner to drop a DM to a submissive, especially if you have already engaged with each other on social media and have a good rapport.

The red flags usually arise when you have no relationship with the practitioner, and then you need to be mindful of why they are messaging you. For instance, let’s say your go-to kink is Findom, and a practitioner you have no relationship with, plus you don’t recognize that particular account, randomly slips into your DMs, highlighting the fact that you are into Findom and starts pestering you to send money to her. Well, the likelihood is that she is not the real deal. In actual fact, it’s probably some dude named Bob sitting behind a computer screen trying to scam money out of you.

4. The language and tone they’re using in their writingIdentifying Genuine BDSM Practitioners

If you know the practitioner well, and then out of nowhere, POP! A new account of hers starts following you. She has a large following, and the social media handles are similar, making it a bit challenging when identifying genuine BDSM practitioners. Another thing to look out for is the way they write, the things they say, and the tone they use.

I know a Domme who has a distinctive way of writing and a specific tone. For example, she doesn’t write things like “all you subs are pathetic and losers”; it’s just not her style. An account in her name started following me, and while I couldn’t instantly tell, something didn’t look right, but I wanted to be 100% sure before I blocked and reported them. 

One of the main points that helped me identify they were a fake account was the fact that they were mentioning in their tweets that subs are losers and pathetic. From that instance, I knew it was an imposter account; there is no way that this Domme would ever post anything like that. Plus, the imposter account may not write very well, may use poor grammar, and doesn’t write anything other than kinky stuff, which does not match the personality, tone, and style of the practitioner.

So, it’s also essential to pay attention to what your Mistress posts and be mindful of it when others pop up with a similar name.

5. Is the website in their bio?

Another important thing to look out for is whether the website is in the bio. In most cases, it won’t be. Why is that exactly? Well, it depends on the imposter’s agenda. If it is to scam you, the last thing they want is for you to click a link that takes you directly to the Mistress’s website, potentially leading to you booking a session. 

As we mentioned earlier, Bob does not want that. No, no, no. What Bob wants is to take money from you. So, if an account does not include a Mistress’s website or her linktree or something similar, that raises a red flag when Identifying Genuine BDSM Practitioners.

There we have it, Kinky Folks! 

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