Interview with Domina Liane The mistress who says what she thinks
Domina Liane goes her own way. Authentic, honest, confident. In the interview she doesn't mince her words, but says straight out what she thinks. No doubt about it: Domina Liane is an extraordinarily strong and straightforward individual who has her principles and remains true to herself.
In a time where hardly anyone gets easily offended and where so many are concerned about harmony, balance and political correctness, this is remarkable and requires respect. But read for yourself what Domina Liane has to say.
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Dear Liane, please tell us about your development into a dominatrix.
I have been a dominant female since my childhood. Corners and edges belong to me like the air to breathe. My elbows were brought to use early. I grew up in the eastern part of Germany until I was 18 years old and thus I was also influenced by East German culture. This means in detail that my parents taught me values that are facing extinction today.
This includes authenticity. I am a Grenzgängerin and my audiences proceed in traditional ways. I don't stroke with a whip or a crop, I use it.
What is great about working as a professional dominatrix and what is rather less pleasant?
The great thing about it is to be able to live different facets. To get in touch with people who appreciate my domina status and approach me with respect for the cause. I don't think the current trends in BDSM are very good.
Especially the topic Domina, Bizarrladys or Fetischladys. The topic of intimate contact which has become normal today, but from which I strictly exclude myself because it is my taboo. Where there is no offer there is no demand. Or the topic 24/7 as well. I live this with my partner. He is my property, my slave and my husband. We live this site of ours! It is always difficult to have the balance, but we are what we are and love it.
All requests on 24/7 are people who are not at all aware of what it means to live 24/7. These people have a session for free in mind or provide service for a long-term leisure activity to follow their own interests/satisfaction. This is not a game! To maintain chastity as a gain of pleasure would be the next.
Disrespectful manners and misunderstandings of He/She politeness. In the past it was a given that a dominatrix was addressed with "Sie" and a slave with "Er". Nowadays, some pseudoslaves may stumble upon it and find it degrading. Absolutely crazy in my opinion. There is a lot..., I have sore fingers!
Did you have a plan B, which career you would have liked to take if you had not become a dominatrix?
I started out as a physics laboratory assistant and later moved into the milieu. The certain fine-tuning comes in the course of the years and with the increasing age. I think it's a normal process.
What motivates you in a session with a guest?
The main impulse in an audience is for me to recognise if my counterpart is completely with me. To steer him and to bring him across borders, to sense he can trust and he can let go. He is falling and I am there to catch him. A rough description of an audience and what the essence is all about.
Does a femdom have to be careful that the worship doesn't rise to your head at some point and that you carry your nose too high in everyday life? Could that happen to you?
A very clear no. Compliments are nice, but not the measure of all things. Criticism is more valuable to show personality.
You can look back on a lot of experience. Was there ever a point when you thought about taking a different path and giving up the whip?
To put the whip down, no. What I represent - classical dominance - forces me to affront some peop. My taboos are not for sale or negotiable, actually quite simple, but sometimes it is without words.
I just saw your Twitter video where you're wearing a strap-on. How do you feel about reversing the roles in this way?
The feeling I have when approaching my slave with a strap-on is similar to what I described in question 4. A kind of humiliation that is handled completely value-free and respectfully and I see he has freed himself from spiritual questioning in the sense of: ...what does she think about me, ...am I gay, and so on
What significance does social media have for you as a professional dominatrix? Do you think you can be successful without channels like Facebook and Twitter? Or has this become a must-have?
It's difficult without these portals. 10-15 years ago you had to come in person to speak to a lady. Today you sit in front of your laptop or smartphone and make a selection in the distance. The direct contact falls behind. Such things are very important to me, because we all know that photos are not always reality.
The positive thing is to see what's going on in the scene outside of Germany.
It is often said that "24/7" would not be realistic. Now I have read on your website: "Domina is not only my job, but my profession! As mistress I live this also privately with my devoted 24/7." How is this "24/7" to be understood for you?
My life partner is my personal property and my slave. We are living it out 100%, no matter where and when. It was a hard way for us. Family and friends turned their backs on us, we were branded without having the courage to ask us what we live like. The status 24/7 will change in the near future in Eheherrin and Eheeigentum. It is unique. A fulfillment for both sides.
Will it become easier or more difficult over time to create a successful session with regular guests that you have known for years?
It's not the question of how long I have known a guest, but how well I know him to make every audience unforgettable. For this you need an understanding of the guest, a sensitivity that can develop through long-term contact and nothing else. Every day you are in a different mood, depending on the circumstances and not to forget about the stress of everyday life. It is my task to find or create the balance.
Do you have the impression that the young mistresses are well trained or is it rather the case that many ladies just do it without really being well prepared? What do you think?
Today's modern dominatrix has none of the attributes that count for me as dominatrix. That's normal, time doesn't stand still and the scene changes permantly.
How do you see the impact of the new Prostitution Protection Act?
By no means. It will go the same way it always has. In the beginning everyone takes cover and in the end most of it is the same as before.
What are your plans for the future?
Wedding! I stay true to my self!