Professional Submissive? Kink and fetishism have come a long way in the past few decades – from something that’s always shunned and looked down on to a trend that has spread across the globe and is more or less accepted as a regular aspect of our society. However, if you thought that transgender dating and having a fetish for farts is the farthest it can go, you were wrong.
As it happens, there are more extreme things one can do with his or her preference for kinky stuff. Today, we’re going to talk about being a professional submissive, or in other words, “renting” your body to people who like punishing others for their own pleasure.
How Does it Work?
The internet is no stranger to weird jobs ads. There are offers like “eating the grass in your backyard” and “I want to watch you rip pieces of paper for 2 hours,” but nothing comes even remotely close to being a professional sub.
To venture into this business, you must first have figured our submissiveness and why it suits you. BDSM is a complex matter that should not be taken lightly. However, those who have mastered even one aspect of this layered sexual preference might as well profit on their need to be submissive.
The most important part of this game is the unconditional love of being submissive. A dominatrix, for instance, will never feel the same way or will deliver the same type of passive “performance” as a real sub, as it will always feel forced and off-beat, so to say.
Being a professional sub is to working in a dungeon as freelancing is to a 9-to-5 job. Public dungeons are amazing places, but once you’ve been assigned a role, it can be tough to free yourself of it, while pro subbing allows you to do both what you want and to pick your partner.
Prostitution or Being your own Boss?
Many people will place professional subbing into prostitution jobs, which sounds pretty logical at the end of the day. You’re “selling” or “renting” your body to someone else so that they can achieve sexual pleasure – sounds a lot like being a hooker, doesn’t it?
Still, it’s very different from prostitution. A professional submissive depends only on his/her schedule, wants, needs, likes and dislikes, while a prostitute is usually a part of a much bigger and often a lot more sinister organization.
Can pro subbing act as your only source of income? Yes, yes it can. Based on other people’s stories, this type of work can land you anywhere from $400 to $1000 and upwards an hour, depending on what kind of deal you make and, naturally, how good you are.
So, to quickly recap, working as a professional submissive is possible and very much profitable. It indeed is sex work, but it’s definitely not the same as prostitution, yet, it requires a lot of effort initially since building a client base might just be the hardest part of this “job.”