Why you need a dedicated email to contact Mistresses

The title may sound too obvious to even deserve any elaboration, but this week I was shocked to discover that many, many, far too many of my past and present and potential clients, use their personal, family, or even work email address.

Last week I decided to open a Google+ account and to use its calendar facilities to organise the dates for The Grand Slutathon, and to invite potential interested parties. I approached some of these former cleients myself, using the email addresses and details offered by Google.

To my surprise, their full real names, location and other details come up, for all to see.  Some contacted me, asking tob e removedf asap, which I did. one of my cleints helped me through it to ensure from both sides, that this breach of anonymity by Google could be fixed. The only solution was to scrap the calendar events altogether and forget about Goggle+

I would like to find it unbelievable, but sadly, I don’t. However, I don’t know what possessed Google, when they thought that exposing personal details every time somebody interacts with an otherwise anonymous email address, was a good idea.

But what shocks me even more, is that these men who visit professional Mistresses,  use email addresses where they give their full names, and often, profession, work details,etc. Many use what looks like their main email address; some, use their work email address, where I can easily see the company they run or that they work for, their job description, etc. I don’t need nor want to know. What you do in your private life is irrelevant to me, I am only interested in the slut I meet in my studio. real life dissolves temporarily in my presence, and that’s the joy of Domination.

Please gentlemen. You expect utter discretion from a professional Mistress and I do my darnest to provide it. But discretion is one of those things that must perhaps start at home?

If you contact professional Mistresses, escorts, or other types of people or services that are frowned upon by society at large, that could perhaps put your job, your relationship or your privacy in danger, please have a dedicated email address. so to recap – never email nor access websites from:

– Work or family computer

– Work laptop

-Work tablet or phone

– Work email address.

– Personal email address

It’s basic common sense, but I’m shocked at how often this needs to be reminded.

Open a private email address and maybe purchase a separate SIM card for your phone. Do it. Do it now! And thank me later.

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