I’m a dominatrix who makes over $6,000 a month online. During the day, I’m just another mom in yoga pants. Here’s what my job is like.

Olivia Rose

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I was 18 and working in a sub sandwich shop in Las Vegas when I came across a local classified ad for a hostess job at a club. The ad said the job paid $80 a night, which was way more than I was pulling in slapping sandwiches together. I was trying to scrape up enough cash to pay for community college, so I jumped at the chance. 

When I turned up for the interview, I learned it wasn’t just an ordinary club. It was a swinger’s club and basically a front for a working brothel, and the so-called ‘hostess’ position was nothing more than a euphemism for escort.

Despite having been raised by hardcore Jehovah’s Witnesses, I was an openly rebellious and sexual person, so when they offered me the job, I took it. 

The club wound up being super seedy and not a great fit, so I left after a month but continued escorting at the R&R Club, where I remained from 2002 to 2005. Luckily, I always managed to time my schedule right and was never there when the place got raided by the vice squad. It was a 9-to-5 job ,but the reverse of the traditional 9-5 because we started work at 9 p.m. and finished up 5 a.m. On average, I could pull in a minimum of $500 per shift, allowing me to pay for college and survive on more than just 79-cent Del Taco burritos.

As a little girl, my parents did everything they could to stomp out my natural rebellious personality.

From a young age, I would question everything and call out hypocrisy whenever I saw it. By 15, I told my parents I didn’t believe in our religion. By 17, I announced I wanted to go to college, despite having learned full well that higher education was frowned upon by our faith. Since I was only a week shy of turning 18 when the semester started, I needed my parent’s permission to register. They allowed me to enroll in one class at community college (I chose psychology 101), and later I transferred to UNLV.

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I was considered a sophomore, class credit-wise, when I ended up dropping out in the summer of 2005. I often think about going back to to finish but haven’t had the time or mental drive. I have bounced around the idea about going back and then trying to get into the Master’s program at Widener University in Human Sexuality Studies, but I’m still not sure. Maybe one day.

My father was an elder in the church, so our family was supposed to set an example for everyone else. Needless to say, I was a terrible example.

I’m dominant by nature, so I like exploring other people’s kinks, getting inside their head, and seeing what makes them tick. 

I’ve always been the type who will try anything once. In 2005, I started working as a dancer at a strip club and did some on stage domination since we’d get fetishists and submissives in there all the …read more

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