The Los Angeles Dominatrix, Mistress Justine Cross joins the show for a fun and frank conversation about being one of most respected pro Dommes in the country, and her hopes for connection within the scene.
Mistress Justine Cross is a professional BDSM consultant and lifestyle Dominatrix based in Los Angeles. She is the owner of both Dungeon East and Dungeon West, Los Angeles’s premiere dungeon studios, which have been used for high-profile photo and video shoots.
With over 10 years’ experience as a lifestyle Dominatrix and BDSM consultant, Mistress Justine’s expertise and creativity has been called on for dozens of radio and video productions. She has appeared as herself on Funny or Die’s Five in a Row, A&E’s Sex Life, Lifetime’s Little Women and VH1’s Hip Hop Hollywood. Justine has acted as a consultant for GQ, the film Bound and Janelle Monae’s “Make Me Feel” video. She has appeared on numerous podcasts including Savage Love, Dear Prudie and American Sex and for a number of campaigns and projects for major brands such an educational intro to BDSM series for Yandy. Internationally recognized and followed, she keeps a dynamic travel schedule (pre-COVID) and has consulted with clients, appeared in photo shoots, and overseen projects all over the world.
With the mainstream growing more aware of BDSM, Mistress Justine’s opportunities to educate and correct the kink curious have expanded, and she’s been invited to be a guest speaker or teach classes on BDSM, safer sex practices, consent, and more at places like UCLA, Los Angeles LGBT Center and Clexacon. She has donated her time and talents to participate yearly in events benefiting LA Pride and The Keep a Breast Foundation.
Extensively interviewed and profiled, Mistress Justine has appeared in Los Angeles Magazine and Playboy, and been featured in Nylon, LA Weekly, Time Out Los Angeles, Buzzfeed, Salon, Vice, Huffington Post and The Guardian. As busy as she is, she’s open to considering new projects, appearances, and clients, always entertaining another opportunity to bring collaborators and audiences to their feet, and her fans to their knees.