These videos are obviously not illegal, and not very many people have complained about them, or YouTube would have closed them down years ago. In addition to YouTube, you can enter the words "mistress" or goddess" on Facebook, or at a Google prompt, and simply follow the links for an in-depth introduction to dozens, and possibly hundreds, of other mistresses and goddesses of varying methods and temperaments. However, I found only one Website, hypnoslave.com. devoted to the hypnotic enslavement of women.
What are the psychological motives behind these practices? Are they ethical, are they dangerous, or merely harmless role playing? Do they benefit or damage their willing devotees, and if so, how? Some parents view their children not as individuals to be loved and encouraged to develop their own lives, but as extensions of themselves, whose purpose in life is to flatter the parents' ego. They selectively withdraw love until the child, desperate for affection and totally dependent on the rejecting parent, will do almost anything to get it. The parent or parents may also act seductively, and even sexually molest the child in order to gratify their own needs because "babies don't tell."
As adults, we often tend to re-create an approximation of the family environment in which we were raised. Is it any wonder, then, that some men long for a relationship with a woman whom they can worship as a goddess if this is the kind of self-centred mother they had, who is alternately seductive, punitive, and distant and rejecting?
Why are there so many more men than women looking for this type of satisfaction? Because of cultural differences in the way men and women are raised in this society, if a woman wants to dedicate herself completely to a self-centered man who only occasionally shows any concern for her, she probably will have little trouble finding one.
For more information, I recommend the book, Toxic Parents, by Susan Forward.
See also: Can Hypnosis CREATE a "Master and Slave" Relationship?