A college student spent about $1,800 of his student loan to fund his “payer” fetish.
He loves the “doms” he finds on Twitter dominating him financially and pays them to humiliate him.
The business student pays for Skype sessions with some doms and meets one in real life to pay for them.
This article is based on a conversation with a 23-year-old student in the UK who used his student loan money to fund his financial domination fetish. He spoke on condition of anonymity to protect his privacy. The insider verified that he had spent part of his loan in “findom” with documents. The following has been edited for length and clarity.
I am a 23 year old student in the UK who is also a ‘paypig’ – someone who enjoys being financially dominated and sending people money just to be humiliated.
I got into “findom,” or financial dominance, about two years ago during the pandemic. I found out about it via Twitter after seeing some models posting their wishlists on the platform. It was my first step into the world of findom. I had just received my student maintenance loan – a loan to help with my living expenses – and it gave me a little extra money.
In the beginning, it was just a matter of chatting with “doms”, or dominant people, via Twitter direct messages and sending them money using the Cash App. After a few weeks, I booked a Skype session with a dom who asked me how much I had, and that’s how I started spending my student loan.
She was a self-proclaimed feminist dom that I found attractive. The exchange of power appealed to me. We exchanged messages on Twitter after I sent him money via Cash App.
A few days later, we set up a Skype session
During the session, she called me demeaning and humiliating names, including “pathetic loser”, and did a “wallet drain”, which is when a dom empties your bank account.
I spent around £800, or nearly $1000, in that 30 minute session, and she called me a “good boy” after I sent her money. The next day she sent me a video of her counting the money I had sent.
I felt a bit depressed after she drained my account, but at the same time, I enjoyed it because it turned me on and turned me on. I took a break after that because of how much I spent, but eventually got back to it – like a lot of payers seem to do.
I find doms, or “goddesses” as some like to call themselves, via Twitter hashtags like “#findom” and “#paypig.” Along with hashtags, they post photos of themselves with captions explaining how they like to use men.
Most of them have their Cash App usernames in their Twitter profiles so that a paypig can send them a “tribute fee” before they respond to direct messages. What appeals to me the most is when a dom posts something that plays into that power dynamic, like how he gets men to send him money.
Another aspect of findom that I have tried is the “cash meet”
“Cash meets” are encounters between subs and real-life doms to withdraw cash from an ATM and give it to them. Doms will post on Twitter when they are available for cash encounters in certain areas and subs can message them to arrange a time.
I had a cash meeting with the dom I had a skype session with and met her in a busy neighborhood where I live. I let her take my bank card and gave her the PIN so she could withdraw the money. We originally agreed she could take £200 but she told me she was taking £350 and I let her.
i kissed their boots
She typed in the numbers, took the money from my account and made me count before patting my head demeaningly and walking away. I enjoyed that and had another silver encounter in a less public place where I leaned over and kissed his knee-high boots.
I participate in findom every few months. The last Skype session I had with a dom was about a week ago, and over the past few months I’ve sent money to different doms. It’s quite addictive, and I definitely spent money when I shouldn’t have. I deleted Twitter several times, but kept coming back to it because of the thrill.
I kept it a secret from my friends and family because it’s not something I want them to know. I’m a little scared of getting into debt, but when you’re in the moment, sending them money, especially over a Skype session, you’re under a dom’s spell.
I’ve stopped doing Skype sessions for the time being so I can spend money on other things, but I’m having a hard time seeing myself getting out of it completely. In total, I spent nearly £1500, or about $1800, of my student loan to fund my fetish, and I don’t regret it.
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