Mistress Money Galore – BDSM lifestyle vs Mental Health

Podopheleus interviews Mistress Money Galore – BDSM lifestyle vs Mental Health, Family/Friends stigma

Hello again, Kinky Ones!

Are you kinky? Are you a part of the BDSM scene? Do your friends and family know, what was their reaction? In this interview we learn about Mistress Money Galore’s BDSM lifestyle journey. Additionally, we discuss submissive men and mental health. Before we get started. Please allow me to introduce you to Mistress Money Galore!

Introducing Mistress Money Galore

Hello! I am Mistress Money Galore, a Financial Dominatrix or Findom for short. I am 32, 5ft 1 bisexual woman with perfect tattooed size 5 feet. My favourite kinks are Cuckolding, SPH, Foot worship and Ass worship. I am also trained in clinical hypnosis and studying Psychoanalysis.

1. How long have you been in the BDSM scene? What is it about the BDSM scene that initially piqued your interest?

I was married and in a relationship for 8 years after once I divorced and met my current partner I started becoming more adventurous and experimental in my sex life. We have been together for two years now and I am still learning and trying things.

It’s exciting and now I am diving into the lifestyle everyday and I have been doing Findom full time since July. It was the best decision I have ever made. 

2. Do your family and friends know about your BDSM lifestyle? If yes, how did they react? Have you ever fallen out with family or friends in relation to your BDSM lifestyle?

This is a really interesting question, a lot of my close family and friends do already know. There are more people that I want to tell but I am still getting round to doing it in person. My family have been completely supportive, however the reason I told my friends and family when I did, was because a friend of mine had discovered my page.

They chastised me for doing Findom and made it clear to me they weren’t going to support my decision to continue with my kink lifestyle. The friend in question is no longer a friend. I realised then that I wanted to make sure everyone important in my life heard it from me. 

The experience, although painful at the time. It did make me realise how much I wanted to stay and be involved in the community. I see it as a good thing, it pushed me to be open, my sister, brother and parents and close friends have all been there for me.

My best friend from school often messages me for updates, wanting to know what requests I’ve had. It blows her mind, she has a degree in psychology so like me is also fascinated with people studying! My boyfriend and (future) Mother in law are my biggest supporters and are the first people I told.

I always quote mean girls in relation to my mother in law – ‘I’m not like a regular mom, I’m a cool mom’.

I’m trying to remember what she said, she was excited and was cheering me on, even joked about her joining in and making her own account. I told her she would be brilliant as she is a naturally dominant woman. She also expressed how proud she was, for me going out and getting what I want and doing something I find fulfilling. 

3. Mistress Money Galore, if a submissive was struggling with their mental health and openly told you about it, how would you respond to this?

I feel aftercare is so important and I really support my subs when it comes to their mental health. I have sent people clinical hypnosis recordings to help with sleeping issues, spoken to people about deaths in their family and helped them through when they are struggling with their emotions.

In all walks of life people struggle with their mental health, I don’t believe there should be a stigma attached to mental health, especially not in the kink community.

I encourage an open and honest relationship where aftercare is readily available. I definitely have concerns about mental health in the community, mental health is an issue worldwide but there is a huge stigma attached to these fetishes.

A large portion of society find it hard to wrap their heads around it and what’s involved. 

I feel there is a lack of aftercare, I don’t know how often it is being offered. It doesn’t get spoken about if it is. It is important to consider aftercare, the way I interact with people is a clear line between session space and a space where they can talk freely about their feelings.

We need to support our subs’ mental health through their journey, it should be fun and when it stops being we need to consider alternatives, taking a break etc.

Domme/sub  relationship should be mutually beneficial, often when it’s just about the money, you’ll get a repeat of what I call wham bam, thank you ma’am. It’s the difference between one night stands and a relationship.

Some people want the one night stands but I want to build a long term Domme/Sub relationship.

4. Do you know of any kink activities which could help reduce levels of anxiety and mental stress? Do you offer anything like that?

Yes, definitely. The act of blowing your load so to speak obviously helps with stress, having an orgasm and having that ahhhh moment.

I do have a theory developing when it comes to kinks and stress relief. Often I speak to people in high pressure jobs that I feel need a break from being the one in charge, a release of control. So I think there is an element of relaxing, unwinding that comes with handing the power to someone else.

The problem comes after. The guilt, at least 90% of people do not tell their partners about their kinks in my experience, maybe it’s closer to 95%.

I have only met 2-3 people who are honest with their partners, there is such a stigma.

Most people wouldn’t even talk openly about watching porn, so they definitely don’t want to tell their partners that they get sexual gratification sending money to women on the internet whilst being be dominated. They fear being themselves could change their whole life.

I think acceptance is key to helping mental health struggling around kink, that is why I feel it’s important to work on becoming an advocate for the community that I love so dear. 

5. What were the biggest challenges you faced being a new domme to the scene?

The biggest challenge was other Domme’s to be honest, there is a lot of gatekeeping, it’s not often that other Domme’s want to help you out, you’re unlikely to get a friendly response.

I was accused of poaching when I had an account 2 days and I have been kicked out of an engagement group because someone blocked me after I commented and liked other comments on their page, again thinking I was poaching.

As I’ve mentioned I’m bisexual and I just liked her arse, ha ha. She also had 16k followers and made me laugh when I am over here under 1500 at the time. Saying that I have met some great Domme’s now I have been on the scene longer, I love women that support other women!

It is not a welcoming community when you’re a new Domme, however you can’t taint everyone with the same brush and I know I will meet more supportive women along my journey.

The other challenge was not showing my face and doing a valid verification video. Most people want to know you are who you say you are and with me not showing my face when I started, I instead used my tattoos.

There is a gentleman on twitter who sends a link and you reply within the required time video response and showing tattoos, picture with my two fingers etc then he listed me on his 5* verified Dommes site and I can use the site to show I am real, I have since decided as I have now told my close friends and family that I will show my face moving forward and have been for a while now much to my subs delight!

6. In your Twitter bio you state that you are a therapist, are you a qualified therapist? How do you incorporate therapy into your sessions?

I am qualified in clinical hypnosis and I am training to become a psychotherapist. I have completed my first two years, so I have a foundation degree and I am into my bachelors this year. 

My training in hypnotherapy has helped me develop my voice and how I talk. I often use the voice from hypnotherapy sessions in my video responses etc. That voice is more sexual and sensual. I use my therapy training in all sorts of ways, people want to confess their sins, sometimes I use it to gain more information out of someone, that way I make more money.

It is mind fucking, the more I can get in your head the more I am stuck in their which I of course enjoy.

I like hearing how people are obsessed and can’t stop thinking about me. I love the lifestyle it gives me, I love creating content, travelling and getting to spend quality time with family and friends.

7. What does the future hold for Mistress Money Galore, for example, where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

It is a very exciting future, in 5 years time I will be qualified as a psychotherapist and I have recently made the decision that I want to become a sex therapist! That way I intend to incorporate findom and the therapy together.

When I first started I didn’t think I would carry on past the end of my Masters degree but I love the community and the people I have on my side and I feel like I found where I belong and I just love it!

There we have it, Kinky Ones! 

A massive Shout-Out to the BDSM educator – Mistress Money Galore! I can’t thank you enough for taking time out of your busy schedule to answer my questions.

Be sure to check out Mistress Money Galore’s links to Her social media, OnlyFans etc, so you don’t miss out on the latest HERE: https://allmylinks.com/mistressmoneygalore.

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Much Kink Love,

Podopheleus 🖤

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