Dominatrix Enters Toronto's Mayor-Race, Quebec's Election Candidates Suddenly Look A Lot Better

Think Marois, Couillard, or any other provincial election candidate make Montreal and Quebec look bad? Well,  be glad they don't smoke crack, or wear a bunch of leather and professionally whip people for pleasure, like Toronto's newest entrant into the mayoral race.

Carlie Ritch, better known by her dominatrix name Mizz Barbie Bitch, has just announced she's running for mayor of Toronto.

A fairly renowned dominatrix on the Toronto scene, Ritch runs a busy downtown dungeon, and would obviously be very comfortable in asserting her dominace over the city.

Her campaign slogans include “I’ll whip this city into shape,” and “I mean business” which are both undeniably catchy/witty.

It seems a tad doubtful that a woman who makes a living off of pleasure-torture and fulfilling dark fantasies will be fit to run a city...but that's what people said about crack smokers. Maybe flogging, chains, and Sissy Sluts have real-world applications us non-dominatrices don't know about.

And if you don't know what a "Sissy Slut" is, check out Mizz Barbie Bitch's official website to see her wide range of services. Beware, because its very NSFW.

Will a dominatrix make a good mayor?

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