Dominatrix Reveals Her Catalogue Of Weapons And Tools She Uses To Inflict Pain On Her Customers

November 22, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

A dominatrix has revealed this catalogue of weapons and tools she uses to inflict pain on customers – including devices to give electric shocks to private parts.

Sex worker Mistress Magpie – known also as Margaret – has specialised in bondage, domination, sadism and masochism (BDSM) for four years.

And she has now lifted the lid on her kinky industry – and said it is much more than just spanking.

Clients who visit her home can choose to be hit with floggers, paddles, canes, crops, rulers or tawses.

Professional dominatrix Margaret Corvid

Professional dominatrix Margaret Corvid

They can also be clamped and ‘tortured’ by electrical current from a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation machine.

A less painful option she offers is to indulge in role play dressing the men up as “sissies and sluts” and she has a large assortment of sex toys.

But Margaret’s work is completely legal, and she runs a professional establishment catering mostly for heterosexual or bisexual men.

The 33-year-old said: “People hire me not because they want to have sex with me, but because I am experienced in kink.

“They want a spanking, or a role play, to be tied up or various kinds of feminisation.

“They want me to do their makeup, they want me to ‘force’ them to dress in women’s clothes, some people want verbal humiliation.

“It’s a very broad camp. You’ve heard of traditional sex workers – I am the ‘and everything else’ expert.”

Some of the many 'props' inside Margaret Corvid home

Some of the many ‘props’ inside Margaret Corvid home

Four years ago Margaret, originally from the USA but now living in Plymouth, Devon, was working in the tourism business.

Struggling to make ends meet, she decided to turn a hobby into a profession.

Firstly she took up phone sex and then became a self-employed ‘pro-domme’.

She added: “The thing about kink is that it gets better with a partner the more you do it.

“If someone is coming for a spanking I’m going to learn their reactions, their tolerance, and it gets better with practice.

“I get a lot of one-off clients because here in Plymouth we have a lot of business people visiting. Then they head back off up the motorway and I never see them again.”

In a slow week she might see just two clients – at busy times it will be seven or eight.swns_dominatrix_home_13Sessions last for an hour, which she says is the optimum time for clients, most of whom are regulars, to “build up”.

Margaret’s services include corporal punishment, role play, medical play, bondage and slave training.

She said: “If I’m dominating somebody, I enjoy making their fantasy a reality.

“I am in control, but really I’m a midwife or a catalyst for them realising their own desires.

“You can get endorphins from pain as well. If I’m spanking somebody, a good spanking with a bright red bum at the end takes about 15 or 20 minutes.

“At the end they are often smiling, laughing, they are not suffering. They are undergoing pain, but it gives them a physical and psychological pleasure.”

swns_dominatrix_home_11Margaret advertises online and subjects clients a thorough screening process, but there is always an element of danger in allowing strangers into her home for such intimate encounters.

She wants to the see the UK move to the New Zealand model, where sex work is fully decriminalised and regulated.

“They think they’re helping us, they think they’re rescuing us, that we all have drug problems, daddy issues, mental health problems, that we’re raping ourselves or selling our bodies,” she said.

“When you’re writing, you’re not selling your finger, you’re selling your brain. When I’m doing sex work I’m selling my professional skills. I’m selling an experience.swns_dominatrix_home_04“A lot of the work we do is emotional labour. If somebody hires a sex worker they might be lonely, they want someone to listen to them, to make them feel good. They want to be the centre of attention.

“It’s not just about spanking or intercourse. You’re forming an emotional connection.

“Very few people actually know a sex worker. It isn’t any of these myths. Sex work is work, and we want workers’ rights.

“There are abuses in the fishing industry, but we don’t ban fishing. We prosecute those abuses and we introduce reforms. We give the fishermen the political support for their right to organise.”

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