ie, a prostitute with a whip
not be confused with a pro-domme - who offers BDSM services for a fee, but not necessarily sexual services.
2. a woman who gets paid to control a person, usually in a sexual way.
3. female counterpart of a Dom
A Woman or Girl Who's discovered - or been made aware of a set of immutable truths which will create for Her a little patch of Heaven wherever She happens to be standing on this Hell called 'Earth' the rest of us inhabit.
These Truths are:
1.) A Woman desires the man She loves; a man loves the Woman he desires.
2.) Control the male libido, and you control the rest of him, too.
3.) Being addressed as 'Mistress' means NEVER having to say you're sorry.
4.) It is perfectly legal (in most states) for a Woman to charge a man $250.00 per hour (400 for 2 hehe) to make him crawl about on the end of a leash in Her basement and command him to yap like a Yorkie.
5.) REAL Women wear heels.
Since my Woman got those stiletto heels,
She whips me 'til I'm covered with weals.
A Dominatrix my Angel then became,
Taking my love, but repaying with pain.
In the UK, within the 'real' BDSM scene, a Dominatrix is generally seen as a sexual role, with the BDSM aspect as a kinky additive
A Domme - or a Pro-Domme is more serious about the BDSM aspect and a 'real' Domme may not even offer actual sexual intercourse to those she dominates.
In the UK, 'Dominatrix' is often used as a term for a prostitute who carries a cane with her condoms
In the USA, the terms Dominatrix, Domme and Pro-Domme seem to be interchangeable
a man may refer to his dominating wife as a Dominatrix, and may use the same term for a woman who charges money to have sex with him, after spanking him.
Because so much US culture eventually makes it's way to the UK, I expect the various words Domme, Pro-Domme and Dominatrix to lose their subtle differences here, and simply become the same bland interchangeable titles that are in use in the USA
Barry: "You mean you let her have sex with other guys?"
DuWayne: "What! No. Don't be so disgusting"
Many Dominatrices prefer to be addressed by a title such as Goddess, Mistress, Madame, Mademoiselle, Maîtresse, Doña or even Miss. Other titles occasionally used by some Dominatrices are, Succubus, Empress, Priestess, Abbess, etc. Dominatrices never ever use titles such as Mrs. or Ms, as no Dominatrix is anyone’s “marital property”. No Dominatrix needs to socially hide the fact that She is free to live Her life as She chooses whether legally married or not.
The plural of Dominatrix is Dominatrices. Other terms for Female Dominants include both Domme and Domina. The Plural of Domme is Dommes, whereas the plural of Domina is Dominæ. The plurals of Goddess and Mistress are Goddesses and Mistresses, respectively, whereas the plural of Succubus uses the diphthong at the end to spell Succubæ. The word Dominatrix comes from the Latin root words of “dominari”, meaning “to rule, govern or have dominion over”, along with the suffix “–trix”, which forms Feminine based nouns.
Example 2: A Dominatrix is the Earthly Divine Emissary of the Goddess and the Succubus, in the flesh!
Example 3: I serve, please, obey and worship my Dominatrix because it is the right, moral and ethical thing to do. My Dominatrix is my Goddess and I love Her!