Full Interview from TimeOut’s “The Best Dominatrix professionals in LA”




Simone Justice



How long have you been a Pro-Domme?

20 years.

How did you get into the industry?

The late, Legendary Mistress Sabrina Belladonna, generously took me under her wing.  I can only hope to be a fraction of the inspiration and help she was to me as I mentor new Dommes in her honor.

What is your specialty as a dominatrix? 

Enslavement, which is a dramatic way of saying that I excel at discerning and manifesting my clients’ fantasies, meeting their needs such that they become devoted to me.

Do you have a favorite device/toy/machine/etc?

And why is it your favorite?

My voice.  Because it is not only my most powerful tool, it is all I need to get inside the head of my play partners, everything else is just icing on the cake.

What is your favorite safeword? 

Stoplight: Green, Yellow, Red.  But experienced tops don’t rely on safewords, we constantly monitor our play partners, it is our job to know their limits better than they do, and to prevent the need for a safeword, as much as possible.  We don’t expect people high on endorphins to take care of themselves.

Who are your typical clients? 

I tend to draw the stereotypical type of client: very successful men.  But the men who see dominatrices are your next door neighbor, your doctor, your boss, your gardener, your student, your relative. Really any type of man.

Who are your most unusual clients?

Young women.  But I do get them and I love it!

Are you friends with any of your clients? 

No.  That is not what clients are seeking from me.  I am accepting, warm and compassionate, a confidante, and a caretaker, but our relationship is something other than a friendship.

What is your personal fetish?

Suits.  I love dominating a man in a well-tailored suit.

What is a turn-off for you?

Entitlement.  Too many BDSM newbies think that domination is treating people with disrespect.

Do you find sexual pleasure in the role of dominatrix?


What’s the best or most extravagant gift you’ve received from a sub? 

The best gift is a heartfelt, hand-written card.

Any etiquette tips for new clients?

A more important tip than etiquette for new clients is to do your research to find an experienced dominatrix, anybody can dress the part and put up an ad on the internet, be sure she knows what she is doing before you turn over your body, mind, heart and soul.

What is the most memorable or outrageous request from a client? 

In my line of work, discretion is key ;-)

What question do you get asked more than anything else?

See above.

Is there anything you would like to add that we didn’t ask?

BDSM is an umbrella term for a wide variety of sexy fun.  It doesn’t always include domination; tops and bottoms enjoy playing without any power exchange.  BDSM is often misrepresented by only the most outrageous and scary images of what it entails.  The reality is that BDSM is about communication, meeting your partner’s needs and respecting their limits.  BDSM is quite intimate.  If you are curious about BDSM seek out information, don’t let judgment or fear keep you from exploring your sexuality.