Learn how to take your stripper game to the next level…. Or how to get in the game if you haven’t started yet.
Exotic dancers, also referred to as dancers, strippers, or adult performers, are often underpaid or paid incorrectly by their employing clubs. The adult entertainment industry’s standard operating practices might sometimes be illegal, but dancers are often used to them, and accept them as a necessary evil of working in the field. After all, they might reason, “every club is doing it.”
I want to share with all of you my story. I’ve been a hustler since I could remember. I haven’t lived at home much since I was 13 years old. I took off when I was young and always took care of myself. I guess you could say that my free spirit robbed me of a normal childhood. I was worried about eating and paying for the roof over my head and having enough money to drop ecstasy with my friends on the weekend. But at the end of the day, I was a hard worker and I always got what I needed without hand outs.
Long story short: I basically have been stripping for 5 years now, have had a regular job throughout this whole time up until a couple of months ago, but I want to quit and just leave this behind.
I’ve seen it all, heard it all, done it all, and frankly it’s sickening. I know a lot of people enjoy it but the truth is that no matter how positive and cheerful you are about this situation, the bottom line is that at one point you feel empty and worthless.
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