Meet Lindsey Leigh, she beats up dudes and gets paid for it

Meet Lindsey Leigh, she beats up dudes and gets paid for it

SexOctober 09, 2017 By Brian Frederick

This is Lindsey Leigh, a bombshell of a woman that calls the unending men in her life “little bitches” before shipping them dirty socks through the mail that they gladly paid for. She spends “normal” days out with friends, shopping for her own lavish gifts and then posting the receipts online — demanding later the bills be taken care of by her “footboy” slaves who are going to “eat that shit up.”

She’s a dominatrix, and has a far stranger occupation than you or anyone you know.

It all began in comparatively bizarre circumstances, too. As she was struggling to make rent one day, she was approached by a man after a long shift as a brand ambassador. He asked if she wanted hundreds of dollars for him to rub her feet.
The rest, as she says, is history.

So, how did it all begin?
“I was on a gig one day, this guy came up to me and said, ‘Oh your feet look like they hurt.’ And, hell yeah, they did. He said, ‘Can I massage your feet for 300 bucks?’ So I replied, ‘Well, that’s kind of a car payment and yes you can.’ It just so happened that he was one of the top fetish producers at the time.”

And it kind of snowballed from there?
“It was really weird, but I was just so poor. But after [that initial guy] put me on his website, that’s when I started getting asked by other fetish companies I’d never heard of — it took me at least a few years before I knew the ins and outs of the industry — I just took off. And now here I am, eight years later at the top of the food chain.”

What then is a normal day for you?
“I feel like I hardly work at all [laughs]. No, I try to shoot photo and video sets three times a week. I’ll have makeup done, then hop on cam or hop on my phone chatline. Other days are spent editing footage or getting back to emails or interacting with people on a chat basis. One weekend a month I try to go to a big city and meet my fans.”

Are the fans all creeps?
“Some … I feel sorry for a lot of my clients, they’re in unhappy marriages or gays that can’t come out because of religion or they feel trapped. It’s too bad they conform and get into that. It’s good to finally meet them though, because they’re always so starstruck, and I still think of myself as that little stoner girl. Sometimes I look around and I’m like ‘Me?’ But then I remember I have to be in character and have to be like, ‘Yeah, yeah you are lucky to meet me.’ It’s fun, it’s a persona.”

What’s the going rate for your company?
“It’s a thousand dollars to meet me and don’t forget my bottle of whiskey. [laughs]”

Is your family clued in on what you do?
“Oh yeah, my mom is my business manager. They love it, they’re my parents so whatever I do they’ll always support me. They always love to hear my stories though; my mom follows me on Twitter and thinks I’m adorable.”

Do dudes give you a hard time for it?
“Dating is hard, that’s the hard one. It’s hard to date because they always think you’re in character. You know, come on dude, I’m shaking my ass in front of a camera, I’m not like threading every hole here. Dating sucks. Friends and family are easy because they expect you … they get it, they want to know more about it, they want to know more about you. Whereas when you’re dating, it’s like, ‘What are you gonna tell your children?’ What else am I gonna tell them? Mom was a dominatrix. What are you gonna tell them, you’re a contractor? Because my kid’s not gonna be a little twat-bag and not care about something like that.”

Is there an endgame to this?
“The end-game for me, well I’ve had experience with a lot of startups in this industry. I’ve created a private Twitter-like site where people have to subscribe monthly to see models — I sold that off. Then I created a mass clip uploader, because there is so many sites where you can sell your content — that got bought out. I’m pretty sure I’ll come up with another great idea for the industry. Ultimately I’d love to write something documenting my life or helping girls getting into the industry. You have to have a thick skin, not everyone is gonna approve of what you’re doing, so I’d love to do something that gives back to the models.”

What do you say when they don’t approve?
“You’re always gonna find someone who asks, ‘What do you do?’ And, I’m very open with what I do … and then they don’t want to sit next to you or be friends with you or date you, and you know what, fuck ‘em. I don’t want to be friends with someone like that anyways. Why lie to people? What’s so shameful about my job? It bought me a car, a house, I’ve been to pretty much every country I’ve ever wanted to go to. I’m not sorry, why should you be sorry?”

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