Would You Pay for a Financial Dominatrix?

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The Doctors welcome Mistress Harley, who works as a financial dominatrix. But are there any downsides to having consenting men pay for services?

Harley differs from other dominatrixes, as she focuses her attention on her client's pocketbooks. "I dominate men's bank accounts and wallets. There is no undressing or getting naked... men pay me for nothing" she says.

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She explains that her work consists of phone calls where she humiliates her clients, meeting men at ATMs where she will withdraw cash from their accounts, and she's even had men cash out their 401Ks and sell their cars to pay for her services. She notes that this is a legitimate business, she is incorporated in the state of California and she pays taxes.

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon worry that she is taking advantage of these men, but Mistress Harley explains that these are consenting men who want her to take their money. "This is a consensual adult relationship," the Mistress explains.

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Dr. Travis believes these men are engaging in self-harm, but clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho notes that the BDSM community is often misunderstood and reportedly tend to suffer less from emotional and psychological issues when compared to the general population. 

For those who might be down on their luck or dealing with emotional issues, Dr. Ho suggests using your money to engage with friends or loved ones and focus on building interpersonal connections.