In an attempt to better understand those reasons, I contacted Emma Switch—a woman who describes herself as a dominatrix, session wrestler, and "overall fetish provider. This is the chance for the customers to get to know these women. The competition is entirely funded by the Wings of Strength —a company that turns a profit by charging schmoes for access to exclusive photos and videos of female bodybuilders, before reinvesting percent of those proceeds into the sponsorship of women's pro shows around the globe. Defending himself ferociously, Eckstut extolls the benefits of his business versus what he calls the "black market" of private sessions. Although McCready makes enough money from sponsors that she doesn't need to put schmoes in submission holds to make ends meet, only the top pros like her are afforded this luxury. Others claim not to; but, in my experience, if the chemistry is good in the room, good things invariably follow.
Liana. Age: 26.
And when you're dealing with a scarce commodity like hyper-muscular women, when are you really going to get the chance to sit down and chat with them unless you go to bodybuilding shows?
Kaia. Age: 25.
Inside the Lucrative World of Female Muscle Worship
There's simply nowhere else for them to turn. We get flown over, we get put up in a mansion, taken for our food, taken for our training. Others claim not to; but, in my experience, if the chemistry is good in the room, good things invariably follow. One thing that Switch doesn't incorporate into her sessions, however, is sexual intercourse.