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Interview with MissFluo

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For a long time, I’ve stated that handjobs are the most underrated sex act, similar to assjobs. But for the last few years, I think that it has started to become more popular. I feel that part of the reason for that was because of MissFluo. True connoisseurs of this type of content, know there are only a handful of performers that purposely shoot this type of act, as part of their main repertoire and as a result, have become truly skilled in performing and capturing this act on screen. The increased aesthetic quality and style has maybe opened up handjob content to people who would have maybe dismissed it before.

MissFluo’s level of content is incredible - camera quality, angles, her performance and sexual ability, her attractiveness (coupled with her partners) and the quality has steadily got even better over the years.

I initially discovered her on ManyVids, a few years back, the first upload on MV being sometime in 2018. I love that she now has her own website too,, in conjunction with the mainstream platforms that she’s on.

I think it’s a great idea for anyone with fans, to try to bring their fanbase to their own site, instead of solely relying on companies. Plus, the OnlyFans-ication of adult content has been good in some ways but bad in a lot of other ways.

Although her content is somewhat rooted in Femdom, I mainly seek it out for the artistic and stimulating handjob content that she produces and the other ‘job’ type acts too. It’s content where you simultaneously appreciate the quality of it but also become engulfed with the immense arousal that it evokes - merged with the desire to be in the shoes of her lucky husband, receiving such attention. It’s the perfect union of great quality and great content.

(Jun' 2023)

The Premium Reviewer: You grew up in Italy, a country that is traditionally more devout in their Christianity.

It’s hard for anybody to start making adult content, wherever they are situated, but I’m imagining it was even more hard to do in Italy.

Is that an accurate assessment?


MissFluo: I don't think it's about the country you live in, but rather the family you grow up in. Sadly, my own family isn't very open-minded, which has placed numerous limits and fears on me when it comes to pursuing my dreams. However, my partner (who happens to be my husband) comes from a family that embraces open-mindedness. He's been the one who has empowered me to believe in my passions, especially when those passions can provide for our livelihood.

You see, it's not just about where you're born or the society you're raised in; it's the support, encouragement, and acceptance you receive from your loved ones that truly matters. While my family has been restrictive and cautious, my partner's family has been a source of inspiration and strength. They've helped me overcome the barriers and doubts that held me back, and now I have the confidence to pursue my passions, knowing that they can also provide for our needs.

It's amazing how the right people in your life can make all the difference. In my case, it was my partner who showed me that there's more to life than the limitations imposed by my family. 

So, it's not just about the circumstances you're born into, but the relationships and connections you foster along the way. Surrounding yourself with open-minded, supportive individuals can be transformative, allowing you to unlock your full potential and pursue a fulfilling life. I'm grateful every day for my partner's influence and the love of his family, as they have given me the strength to believe in myself and follow my dreams.



TPR: When I was first introduced to your content, you and your husband kept your face hidden or obscured for a while. Other performers, who did the same thing, gave me differing reasons when talking to and interviewing them.

What was the reason for you and why did you decide to start showing it?

MissFluo: Fear of judgment, that's it. As a mom, I worried about how my child would see my job. But then I realized it's about how they grow up and who they're surrounded by. I'm tired of hypocrites who talk behind your back but secretly watch your videos. Pleasure is great, and if it brings happiness to someone, there's nothing wrong with it.

TPR: I think your first content was released around 2018. Can you describe the feeling when you first decided to put it out into the world?

MissFluo: I was nervous at first, but that video? Wow, people are still asking for it! I absolutely loved it! And you know what? It was the first time my partner...well, let's just say he had an incredible experience, not once but twice in a row! It was something truly special and became our little specialty.

That video brought us closer on a whole new level, both sexually and emotionally. I can feel him in ways I never thought possible. I know exactly where he's at in terms of pleasure, and I can sense when he's about to reach the peak.

It's amazing how that one video enhanced our connection and intimacy. We've reached a level of understanding and satisfaction that's truly extraordinary

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MissFluo | The Premium Reviewer

TPR: Even though the central theme of your content is Femdom, to me, you are currently the standard and the bar of what it is to make handjob based content. I have a theory that Domme creators seem to put out the best handjob content - also, I feel that content made by couples is generally more superior too.

If you think that’s true, why do you think that’s the case?


MissFluo: Honestly, not all DOMME creators are truly dominant. Some women just jump into this world thinking it's an easy way to get noticed or make quick money. They may do humiliation videos, denial videos, or other stuff like that, but it's not genuine. 

For me, it's different. My fans stick around because they know I genuinely love what I do. It's like I was born for this. And with my partner, we have a special connection. In life and in bed, we're partners, not just me dominating him. But I always need to be in control to truly feel the pleasure. 

Not all couples can do this because they focus solely on reaching orgasm, missing out on the incredible journey. When I pleasure my partner, I look into his eyes, feeling his breath, seeing his gaze, and admiring his skin. It's that intense connection that makes great content. It's about real intimacy, not just acting it out.


TPR: I mentioned in the intro how much I love the way you perform. The way you stroke coupled with the hypnotic eye contact you give to the camera, are probably my top 2 favourite things, amongst others that you do.

What are some of the aspects of your work that your fans tend to compliment you the most about?


MissFluo: Wow, thank you for that! Well, you know what's really interesting? I've received so many compliments about my voice. Believe it or not, some people don't even need a video of me to reach orgasm. A simple voice message does the trick for them. It's mind-blowing, right? That's probably one of the reasons why they enjoy my JOIs, CEIs, and other stuff like that. It's all about the power of the voice and the excitement it can bring. 

TPR: I think that most people can’t or maybe have never tried to re-trace where their kink or sexual leanings started from. To quote you (from your site), ‘I dominate. This is what I absolutely makes me happy.’

For you, is there a point in time that you can attribute to becoming a Domme, or have you always been a dominant person generally?


MissFluo: You know, it's funny how they never really teach us about sex beyond avoiding pregnancy. It's all about the mechanics, not the pleasure. When we have our first experiences, it's just about penetration and reaching orgasm. There's this attitude of "who cares if she cums or not." It's frustrating.

But let me tell you, I've always been dominant in life, not just in bed. It's a part of who I am. And it wasn't until I started "playing" with my partner that I truly understood my role. It's like a lightbulb moment, you know?

If we were taught about the beauty of sex at the right age, we would have a better understanding of our own desires much earlier. We wouldn't have to wait until we're 30 or hide our interests because they're considered taboo.

Sex education should go beyond the basics. It should embrace pleasure, consent, and diversity. We need to create an environment where fetishes and kinks are understood and accepted. It's time to break the stigma and have open conversations about sex, starting from a young age. And for those of us who are naturally dominant, it's about embracing that aspect of ourselves both in and out of the bedroom.

MissFluo _ The Premium Reviewer
MissFluo _ The Premium Reviewer

TPR: I remember in the past, I initially relegated the Femdom kink to being just about whips, latex and the general dominatrix aesthetic. The thing that changed my mind and helped me to understand the beautiful psychology of the kink, was brought about through seeking handjob content… eventually leading me to discover, Mistress T. 

What Dommes, if any, inspired you to make content?


MissFluo: You know what's interesting? The fact that no Domme has actually inspired me to explore my dominant side. It's something that came to me naturally, on my own. I didn't have someone to look up to or guide me in this.

I discovered my dominant inclinations purely through my own experiences and desires. It's like an innate part of who I am. 

So, it's not about following in someone else's footsteps or trying to imitate a certain Domme. This journey is uniquely mine, shaped by my own experiences and connections. And it's brought me a sense of fulfillment and joy that I never knew existed. 



TPR:How about any inspirations for the filmic and aesthetic quality of your content?


MissFluo: You know, both my partner and I are perfectionists. We strive for excellence in everything we do. And speaking of that, one of my favorite "movie makers" in the adult industry is Hegre. The quality of their productions is just outstanding.

I have to admit, though, I don't know when I'll be able to reach that level of quality in my own content. I mean, I'm missing the ideal location, the professional lighting, and all those fancy cameras. But hey, who knows what the future holds, right?

For now, I'll continue doing my best with the resources I have. After all, it's not just about the technical aspects. It's about the connection, the chemistry, and the genuine passion we bring to the table. And I believe that can shine through regardless of the production quality.

TPR: Your content looks great; and yes I agree that Hegre looks good but they lack a certain thing that you have, which ultimately counts for more.


I just want to touch on the subject of Domme again.

Within the last couple of years, I’ve learnt even more about the Femdom world from various places online - including your site, where you gave a great explanation of how you categorise yourself in this space.

Do you think a Domme generally stays in a particular category/style of domination or can they organically evolve to a different type of Domme - without fan or peer pressure?

And do you personally ever see yourself changing from being a Soft Domme, and what could facilitate that change?

MissFluo: Well, you know what? Change is a natural part of life. If we never change or evolve, we become stagnant and, let's face it, a bit boring and sad. It's the truth, even if it sounds a bit harsh. Personally, I've gone through changes too.

For instance, when it comes to playing and exploring my dominant side, I currently do that only with my partner in real life. But I've always had this desire to dominate both men and women in a more traditional sense. It hasn't happened yet, but I believe it will, and when it does, it'll be with the right submissive individuals.

Here's the thing though, I don't want to be like those other content creators out there who engage in sexual activities with others just for the sake of growing in this industry. That's not me. I want to stay true to myself and always enjoy what I'm doing.

So, I want to make it clear that I won't be having sex or giving handjobs to other men. However, I am open to exploring other forms of pleasure, like using a dildo on a submissive man. It's about finding the balance between what I'm comfortable with and what excites me.

In the end, it's important to be authentic and true to yourself. I want to enjoy what I do, maintain my boundaries, and connect with the right people who share my desires. That's the path I'm choosing, and I'm excited to see where it leads me.

MissFluo _ The Premium Reviewer
MissFluo | The Premium Reviewer

TPR: You earlier mentioned sex education and you happen to also have a podcast and YouTube channel, where you provide sex tips and education. As a sex worker and someone who is highly skilled in their profession, do you feel you have a responsibility to provide education and context for people or are there other reasons that you do it?

MissFluo: Not many people talk about real sex education on platforms like YouTube. It's like a topic that's often ignored or brushed aside. But here's the thing, I believe that everyone, regardless of age, needs access to proper sex education!

There are so many men out there who don't even know where the clitoris is located. Do you know? And did you know that the G-spot is actually an internal part of the clitoris, situated inside the vagina? It's all fascinating stuff, right? And let's not forget about distinguishing between a real orgasm and a fake one. It's important to understand these things.

That's why I started my YouTube channel. I want to provide real, comprehensive information about sex and relationships. I want to be that resource for people who are too shy or embarrassed to ask their parents or friends about how to have sex, kiss, or even just hold hands with someone.

It's about creating a safe space for learning and exploration. I want to help individuals gain the knowledge and confidence they need to navigate their own sexual journeys. So, to answer your question, yes, I feel a strong sense of responsibility to do it because I see the lack of reliable information out there. I want to make a positive impact and empower people to embrace their sexuality in a healthy and informed way. 

TPR: I love the fact that you have your own website, we saw what happened when OF attempted to momentarily reverse their terms of service and change their business model… so I think it’s a great idea to bring your fans to your own platform.

Was that part of the reason you decided to make your own site? And how challenging was/is it to accomplish?

MissFluo: You know, OnlyFans (OF) can be quite frustrating. It's a third-party platform that doesn't always work as it should. On top of that, they have strict rules about the content you can sell and the words you can use. And here's the kicker: why should I give away 20% of my hard-earned income to a platform that doesn't even guarantee reliable payments from fans? It just doesn't make sense.

Not only that, but many subscribers have to pay an extra percentage to OnlyFans based on where they live, it's not fair.

That's why I made the decision to create my own website. I did it even before I had an OnlyFans page, and I'm so glad I did. Remember when Pornhub suddenly couldn't accept credit cards anymore? It was a huge blow for many content creators, but not for me. I had my website as a reliable source of income.

The same thing happened when OnlyFans attempted to reverse their terms. I didn't panic because I had my own platform. My fans always know where to find me, and I have direct contact with them even if they're no longer subscribed to my website.

So, what would you do?  This is something I share with another content creator in Italy, and together we created TOPCREATORX. It's an amazing solution for creators to have their own website with our assistance. Now, we no longer have to rely on a third-party platform or an agency to sell our content. We have more control over our income and our brand.


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TPR: What type of things do you do in your leisure time?


MissFluo: Well, I'm an entrepreneur who's focused on achieving financial freedom. I invest a lot, both in my business ventures and in other areas like real estate. It keeps me busy, but it's all part of my journey.

Of course, many people try to defend art against AI copies, but the masses won't be interested in whether a human or an AI is behind an animated film. And as fast as AI has developed in the last two years, it won't be long before humans can no longer keep up with AIs in animation. Especially in porn, where most people really don't care about things like story and such.


However, let me tell you about the precious moments I cherish when I actually get some time off. I prioritize staying with my family and fully immersing myself in those moments. It's like a reset button for me, a chance to recharge and find joy in the simple things.

I value the quality time I spend with my loved ones.

So yes, I'm all about the hustle and making investments, but I also know the importance of balance. Taking time for my family and enjoying their company 100% is an integral part of my journey to success. After all, what's the point of financial freedom if we can't share it with the people we love?

MissFluo _ The Premium Reviewer
MissFluo _ The Premium Reviewer

TPR: I really appreciate you taking the time to do this, you are an artist and this industry is lucky to have you in it.

Is there anything else you would like to add, or is there anything new that you would like to share with the people?


MissFluo: Thank you so much for your time! I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. But you know what? The world of entrepreneurship isn't as easy as they make it sound. It takes hard work, dedication, and self-motivation. You'll be your own boss, and nobody will be there to push you or hold your hand along the way.

That's why it's crucial to set clear goals, manage your time effectively, and stay consistent with your content. It's tempting to splurge on luxury brands like Gucci, Prada, or fancy cars when you start making money. But here's a valuable piece of advice: invest your money wisely.

Yes this is my tip! By investing your earnings, you can set yourself up for financial freedom in the future. Imagine lying under the shade of palm trees, sipping a piña colada, and still being able to afford Gucci and Prada in 10 years because you planned ahead and retired early.

So, don't get caught up in the short-term gratification. Instead, focus on long-term . Work hard, stay disciplined, and make strategic investments. That way, you can enjoy the finer things in life while savoring the sweet taste of early retirement. Cheers to that!




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