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When I first began this blog in 2015, I made an attempt to understand the burgeoning online scene known as financial domination (findom). I almost immediately met a young Alpha from England named Santi, who eventually popped my cash cherry. I tried things with a couple of other Doms, but each one failed my examinations. Most of it had to do with the fact that they weren’t really Alpha at all, but rather they were fat nobodies pretending to be something else.
So in disgust, I abandoned the scene (although I still have a “relationship” with Santi to this day) and began railing against it here. I was particularly aggressive with my criticisms, and I can still hear the complaints of cash fag followers who felt like I was judging them harshly. And I was. I did (and still do) believe there is a dangerous element to the scene that could prove harmful to weaker, less disciplined fags.
But over time, I revised my stance on the scene. This was, in large part, due to a shockingly comfortable sort-of friendship (?) with a young, very successful findom named Lucas (El Rey / @greedyfindom). From him I learned things I had never imagined possible from a cash Master. I also closely examined the fags that were serving him (and the fags of other Masters) and discovered that there were positive aspects to the scene.
So when Tumblr went down the shitter late last year, I began to throw some energy onto Twitter. There, findom is thriving. I took aspects of that findom scene and the content it was producing, and started using it to illustrate certain aspects of faggot service to Alphas.
But the more I discussed it, the louder the voices of criticism grew. I was attacked by multiple people (including Alphas) for “selling out” my convictions. One particularly angry Alpha accused me of losing my way. I felt a little wobbly for a while, deeply disappointed in myself for having failed part of my audience.
So I did some research. And you know what? The basic concepts behind findom are as old as recorded history. In fact, findom was probably the first expression of the Hierarchical precepts we preach today.
Look at this passage from the Bible, one of the oldest books in existence:
“Many will entreat the favor of the prince: and every man is a friend to him that gives gifts.” (Proverbs 19:6)
In other words, Men seek approval from those higher in station than themselves, in order to gain their friendship.
In fact, we have a phrase in old English to describe that very relationship – “to curry favor,” or to “suck up to” more powerful Men. Weaker “beta” males have used this technique since the dawn of civilization in order to seek a variety of favors – approval, friendship, protection, treasures – from more powerful Alpha Males. It’s so intrinsic to the fabric of the Hierarchy that it was memorialized in writing thousands of years ago.
I don’t say any of this to justify findom as a noble or worthwhile exercise. I still think it can be destructive. I also know (as I experienced firsthand) that it can lead to baseless cruelty.
But that doesn’t justify condemning it all. I’m not a cash fag; I am simply an observer of the scene from the sidelines mostly. But I can see the outworking of the Hierarchy within the scene, and how it teaches both Alphas and faggots to accept the roles Nature assigned them. It can lead to inspiring personal revelations and growth.
So there is no shame in any true expression of these basic tenets that bind us all together. That includes findom. In whatever way we can, we must find our way to fulfillment of purpose. That is the key to true happiness.
Many of you fags out there know Kayden Godly and Maxwell Godly, two cash Alphas who have been cash raping fags on and off for a couple of years. They never seemed to find a stable platform for their endeavors, however.
But now it seems they have settled on Gumroad to make money by selling videos. And it seems like, with the above video, they have figured out a winning formula – extreme aggression with actual faggots.
The above video is $50 to purchase, and it’s only five minutes long. How many faggots are going to buy that?
After I posted my response to a question I received last Friday about a young fag afraid of being catfished online by an older Alpha, I got into a conversation with a friend about that story and cash faggotry in general.
Of course, I’ve become almost notorious among my fag readers for my disgust of online financial domination (findom). So many faggots end up in ruination due to their addiction of this practice that I struggle to endorse it. And a couple of years ago I did an investigation of cash faggotry, and discovered that many of these so-called “cash Masters” were not Alpha at all, but rather they were pudgy, lonely guys showing off their fat feet and taking advantage of fag fetishes.
And while we were discussing this, my friend said something so true that it stopped me in my tracks: “That may be true (about cash faggotry), but for some fags that’s all they have available to them.”
Thanks to the rise of the internet 30-ish years ago, we have seen our world drastically change in virtually every area imaginable. But the one thing that hasn’t changed is the basic human need to reach out to another person, to feel accepted by a group of people. To belong somewhere. I’m not sure anybody understood just how desperately lonely many people are until the internet drew them out of the shadows and into the lure of its digital light.
Just looking at some statistics, it’s clear that the internet is making a huge difference in the ability of people to connect. Almost 55% of Men admit to having at least one long-distance relationship online, and 48% of females doing the same thing. Dating websites and apps are some of the most profitable and enduring businesses in existence.
But with online dating comes a new set of real-world problems. Primary among these issues is the matter of trust. People falsify their profiles, creating digital avatars as a replacement for their real lives (as demonstrated in the television show Catfish). Some have more sinister motives, luring lonely and trusting people into surrendering their personal information, sometimes including banking details and compromising pictures.
For faggots, the experience can be especially treacherous. Serving a Man who claims to be an Alpha online typically involves money as a way to tribute to the Man (in lieu of serving the Man in person), or by performing humiliating tasks in video and pictures that can later be used as blackmail.
But despite my reservations, I must admit that, for some faggots, online service might be the only way they can experience even the slightest taste of joy from service. Perhaps the faggot is too shy or timid to offer its services to an Alpha. Maybe the fag lives in remote areas with few prospects. Or perhaps the fag has a medical problem (obesity, disfigurement, or handicap) that prevents it from being attractive to Alphas.
These are the kinds of cases where cash faggotry and long-distance service is advantageous. These fags can still be useful (Alphas love receiving that money!) while also experiencing the kind of joy that only comes from pleasing an Alpha and being approved by Him. I have experienced this first hand, even recently purchasing gifts for certain Alphas that I know to some degree and respect, like @nixonree and @jackdeschlong92. It felt wonderful to me to be able to perform these simple tasks to make these Alphas happy despite the great distances between us.
When a faggot surrenders to the wishes of an online Alpha, the fag feels a rush, a high, very much like the euphoria faggots feel when they serve in person. This euphoria is also very similar to the highs gamblers feel when engaged in addictive betting games. And therein lies the danger.
However, there can be almost triumphant service possibilities when the right Alpha meets the right faggot. There are faggots who have served particular Alphas for years, in some cases surrendering many thousands of dollars to these Alphas in exchange for that feeling of purpose so critical to a faggot’s life. It must be considered as an important option for service opportunities.
So what I’m trying to say is that I continue to evolve my thinking on how a faggot can serve.