Let’s get right into it.
If you could have one gigantic billboard anywhere with anything on it— what would it say and why?
Nina G: “My gigantic billboard would definitely say: »Don’t ever underestimate the power of an innocent looking lady« because honestly, I don’t look scary in a way some dommes do, but that doesn’t mean I cannot make weak men do crazy things for me. ;)”
Something about you that would surprise your audience?
Nina G: “This should be very interesting. I play the piano. But not only that. I was raised Catholic and my parents and grandparents desperately wanted me to learn to play church organ, so I did and I used to play it for a few years at mass. And look at me now, I wound up in a completely different line of work. ;)”
What was the last gift you gave someone?
Nina G: “I gave a bag of cranberries to my 2 yo nephew. He looooves them.”
What purchase of $100 or less has most positively impacted your life in the last six months (or in recent memory)?
Nina G: “I’m really excited and happy whenever I buy something with my fans tributes, but I also love getting gifts. Fans know it already that I have an Amazon wishlist and the purchase that made me really happy was the anonymous fan’s purchase, he bought me a nice, black and deep blue corset and it fits me perfectly. You can see me wear it in some of the last 2 month’s clips ;)”
What is an unusual habit or an absurd thing that you love?
Nina G: “Beside my love for books (I love peace and quiet, it relaxes me) I’m really a freak when it comes to my house & visitors. When I have people over I get really nervous if someone leaves even one drop of water, oil or anything sticky in my kitchen, or anywhere else. For example, I won’t let anyone juice the oranges because its juice could potentially end up on the floor and they could step on it and go around the place with it on their soles and that drives me nuts. Of course, I don’t let them know what’s going on in my head, haha 😉 But when it comes to dust, I’m lazy and very rarely clean it of the shelves”
What’s your favorite ’90s jam?
Nina G: “Huh, this one is really tough. I love music in general. There is so many amazing songs, from Bon Jovi’s Bed of roses, Oasis’s Don’t look back in anger, to Green Day’s Basket case, I also love many songs of U2, Guns N’ Roses, The Cranberries, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey… The list is almost endless.”
You walk into a market and buy only three things, what are they and why?
Nina G: “Pineapple, ripe bananas, and coconut water. Because a smoothie of these ingredients combined is so yummy, so delicious that I can never get enough of it 😉 Like a Pina Colada, only healthier.”
What was the last job you held before joining iWantEmpire?
Nina G: “Before IWantEmpire I wasn’t employed but I helped at my dad’s company, I did some student work at product promotions, basketball games, phone assistance, also tried cams”
How did you get started on iWantClips?
Nina G: “This is an interesting story. First I told a friend that I tried as a cam girl but wasn’t really satisfied. So he suggested that I join one fetish website where I could sell clips. So I did. And there I got to know a nice guy who recommended IWantClips.com to me as he was sure that the system and the traffic was better and he was right. Soon after I didn’t need to do anything else for a living. Not to mention that I have so much fun dominating submissive boys, telling them what to do and making their lives more exciting.”
What are bad recommendations you hear in your profession?
Nina G: “So if I understand this question correctly, you want me to tell you about bad recommendations I heard for this industry. I can’t say what recommendations were given to others, but I can definitely tell you my own experience – I heard a lot of »what if someone in your family finds out.« warnings. I can relate but if you love doing something, why would anyone’s opinion, even if it’s from a family member, stop you from living your passion. Teasing and dominating is my passion even though in my private life I’m not like this and people would definitely be shocked to find me in this line of work. But I won’t let anyone stop me. Also, I did hear someone say: » You should find something else, you’re not getting any younger.« And I don’t intend to NOW worry about what will I do in 10, 20 or 30 years. I have other passions too, I’m a painter too btw (as much as time allows me) J Life is just full of opportunities and as long as you live your passion, nothing can really stop you.