- One college student spent about $1,800 from his student loans to finance his “salary pig” fetish.
- He enjoys “doms” controlling him financially on Twitter and pays them to humiliate him.
- Business students paid for Skype sessions with some domes and met in person to pay.
This status quo article is based on a conversation with a 23-year-old university student in the UK. He used his student loan money to fund his fetish for financial control. He spoke on condition of anonymity to protect his privacy. An insider confirmed with documents that he spent part of the loan on “findom.” The following has been edited for length and clarity.
I’m a 23 year old university student from the UK and I’m also a ‘paypig’. Someone who enjoys being financially controlled and sending people money just to humiliate them.
I fell into “findom” or financial control about two years ago during the pandemic. I discovered it on Twitter after seeing some models post their wishlists on the platform. That was my first step into the world of findom. I had just received a student maintenance loan, which was meant to help with living expenses.
At first, it was just a matter of chatting with “doms” or dominant people via Twitter direct messages and using Cash App to transfer money. A few weeks later I booked a Skype session with her and she asked me how much I had.
She was the self-proclaimed feminist Dom I found attractive. Power exchange appealed to me. After sending her money on her Cash App, we exchanged messages on her Twitter.
A few days later I set up a Skype session
During sessions, she called me insulting and humiliating names such as “pathetic loser” and performed “wallet draining”.
I spent about £800, or almost $1,000 on that 30 minute session. After sending the money, she called me “good girl”. The next day she sent me a video counting the cash I sent.
After she depleted my account, I felt a little depressed but excited and excited at the same time so I had fun. As it turns out, I ended up trying again.
Find a Dom, or “goddess” as you like to call yourself, via Twitter hashtags like “#findom” and “#paypig”. Along with the hashtag, they post pictures of themselves with captions detailing how they enjoy men.
Most of them have a Cash App username on their Twitter profile so they can receive a “tribute fee” from PayPig before replying to a direct message. What appeals most to me is when Dom posts something that affects that power dynamic, like how he gets men to send him money.
Another aspect of findom I’ve tried is “cache meets”.
A “cash meet” is when a subscriber meets Dom in real life to withdraw money from an ATM and hand it over. Doms says he will post on Twitter when Cashmeet is available in a particular region, and subscribers can message him to adjust the time.
I met in cash with the dom I was doing Skype sessions with and met her in the busy area where I live. I was. Initially we agreed she would take her £200 but she told me it would cost her £350 and I gave her permission.
i kissed their boots
She typed in the numbers, withdrew the money from my account, had me count it, then patted me on the head in a vile way and walked away. I kissed her knee-high boots and had another cash meeting in a less visible location.
I participate in findom every few months. The last skype session i had with dom was about a week ago and i have sent money to various doms over the past few months. It’s pretty addictive and I definitely spent money when I shouldn’t have.
I kept it a secret because I didn’t want my friends and family to know. I’m a little worried that I’m going into debt, but especially at the moment I’m transferring money over a Skype session, I’m under Dom’s magic.
I stopped Skype sessions for a while so I could spend my money on other things, but I’m having a hard time getting out of it completely. In total, I spent about £1,500 from my student loans, or about $1,800 to fund my fetish, and I don’t regret it.