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The amateur night was a few weeks away, so I slowly built up to it. Finally, the night of my big debut arrived. Standing backstage, I was completely terrified - not because I was about to expose my body to a room full of strangers, but because I was convinced I would trip and fall! But the moment I stepped onstage, I went into an altered state. Turns out, I was a total natural. The rush of adrenaline and exhilaration was indescribable.

I ask to talk to you, because from what I've read, you seem rather like me in certain ways. I respect your desire for privacy, so rather than ask for your email, i'd be willing to give mine. I danced for a while and never felt more confident and powerful in my life. I made a small fortune and all my friends were incredibly supportive. Like you, I had a day job and my parents wanted to support me. I was 19 and going to school, and I had such a great time doing it.

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I never told my parents - even when I magically had enough money to take a trip to Europe for a few months and actually rent a nice apartment there. I'm graduating now, at 22, and I'm scared of what people in my hometown would think if word gets back to them.

I was never desperate, pregnant, a hooker, drugged out, or any other awful stripper stereotype. and I used the money to give substance and culture to my life. It's not for everybody, but if it was an acceptable life choice for everybody I would have stuck with it for a lot longer.

I am really glad you have posted this interview I been wanting to become a stripper since four months ago when i went to see al old coworker of mine at Taboo in anaheim. I was so anxious because it was my first time at a gentleman club. I went in there and i thougth that it. was not as bad as pictured. Noe i have lost my job and i have decided that i want to try the stripper thing and the Ecstasy thearer is just a few miles from my house, but after what you said it may seem like they wont take me there cause i dont looks like a super model what are your recomendations?

I really need someone that can guide me throught this. I'm also a stripper. I worked at 2 clubs for 2 seperate years with about 6 or 7 months off in between to relax, go on vacation and develop a relationship with a real boy, not a customer. It's true! You can make a lot or you can make an average income.

It just depends how many days a week you want to work. In the beginning to be independant and move out I worked 5 or 6 days a week. Within 4 months I was able to rent my own gorgeous in law apartment attad to a vintage colonial house with a huge yard. These days I work days a week and have some savings to back up on. On average I would make hundred a night.

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On better days around 7 hundred. On really slow days, But i never left broke or negative even when there are no people there somehow haha. I am also a stripper and it has been one of the best experiences of my life. I've learned a lot about other people but I've learned the most about myself.

I've became more independent than I've ever dreamed of, I've saved thousands of dollars, I've paid off my old student loans and I've continued to pay for an education out of my pocket.

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Stripping has given me a confidence I never knew I could have and really paved my way for a great life. I'm really glad you posted this online because I feel so many people believe every stripper is the same. k you so much for this post at first I was worried about Becoming a stripier but now it doesn't seem so bad:.

I've always believed that I was too uptight to become a stripper and, having only been told horror stories about it, thought that it would be best saved for desperation-if even that. But, after reading this, I'm somewhat intrigued by it. Enough to consider auditioning somewhere. College isn't ap, neither is living on your own.

Definitely some food for thought. I am a dancer and you can't stay in this proffession forever. She has an exit strategy as every informed dancer should have. I have met a ton of creeps. Hell there men lol. But this job has got me through school while being home with my child during the day and even able to cook, clean and spend quality time with my husband. My exit is December of this year because that's when I graduate and move on to my career. This was great. Ive been thinking about going into stripping just like some of the ladies who posted on here.

I'm 22 and feel I have what it takes. I definitely have to build up more confidence though. Times are hard and I can't seem to get a job. Its extremely frustrating. I'm not saying I want to live this lifestyle forever but the pay seems good. I have priorities and goals I would like reach. I have myself and family to care for.

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To give my mom a few dollars would feel good to do. It would really help me pay off school loans and start saving up for the future. Im going to find an amateur night and try it out. Im young, energetic, smart and up for new experiences. Thanks again for the post and responses. I am a retired stripper nude in Waikiki from and can relate to many things. Call me ShortFatGuy: I see that only women posted!

I also loved the story and quietly hoped that this was every stripper's real story. I visited the Ecstasy in OC covering the period and more including recently that the interviewee worked there.

I would come as a regular and then not go for periods of time. I always had the notion that the ladies hated the guys secretly because they hated having be a certain way to land the guys as a regular customer. That is where the money really is.

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It would never be possible, but I'm so curious to know if I ever had a dance with her? Personally, while the Ecstasy is what it is, I would feel like a creep inside, to a degree, when I went there, or any other place like that. I hate being lied to and, for good reason, every girl had to lie in our conversations. I must say, strange as it was, one girl there did help me a lot when my wife of 40 years passed in ' It doesn't matter if she "played" me or not.

I understand the reality between us. Don'r assume anything as we had a truly great marriage in every way. On behalf of the guys who care and understand, thank you for the fantasy. ShortFatGuy again: I was thinking since I was the only guy who posted, unless I missed one, Maybe you feel the need to respond. use: ShortFatGuyInOC yahoo.

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Did you ever come across women who were 0 years old, biological clock ticking away, and wanted to latch onto a customer not only to take all of their money, but for a way out of the industry?

I love the girls with the clear goals, and morals Just a shame that the skanks out there give the good ones such a bad rep!!! And trust me, they are out there and don't care who or what they destroy!!!

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I really enjoyed this article. I have a fascination with strippers and how they get there and why the stay. I love to watch them as well.

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yes I am a female. I loved that you had such a great plan and knew where you wanted to go even at I think it's awesome you enjoyed it as well. I wish we could hear more of the positive so we can do away with the stigma strippers have to carry.

The one that tells us " all strippers are sexually abused drug addicts" I thank you for giving us another view. Thank you for providing your story to us. I appreciate it. Over time I have been thinking about stripping on and off. More recently I have deeper thoughts about stripping. Do you have to know certain kinds of dances to be able to be a stripper? What is the best body type to have when stripping?

Great cover on this one! It is nice to know that there are girls who enter the stripping industry to grow more, both physically and emotionally. The life of a stripper should be asked from an actual stripper and this never fails. I started dancing at a much later age than you, and after four years I am on my way out. The industry has nothing to offer me - or anyone else for that matter. The income you described has dried up. Also, prostitution is on the rise in clubs across the country.

One deejay I knew predicted that all dancers would be prostitutes in a few years, and all strip clubs would be "wink and nod" whorehouses. They will continue to claim they only sell "lap dances" but in reality they will all sell a variety of sexual acts. About strippers as people - you are right about what distinguishes the successful ones from the failures.

But nowadays, the number of successful women in dancing is next to zero. There are no more models in dancing - just wannabes, or so-called "suicide girls. One club manager I knew said the same thing. He also commented that "over half" of all girls are prostitutes.

He is correct. Sex acts sell. The "fantasy" does not. It's a dead commodity. Strippers who don't sell sexual acts have to sell attention. Most customers are attention starved.

Like most strippers. And I have yet to meet a single "successful" stripper. Too many I've met are career strippers. They will never get out of the business. Sure, they could if they really wanted to, but the attention and fast cash are strong lures. I've seen girls leave and come back. I've seen them bounce from club to club. But the ones in the biz now, they never truly leave it. Stripping gave me confidence and a strong sense of self.

I feel proud to have survived it. But getting out is damned hard nowadays. Only the strong are successful, and the fact is, most strippers are just plain weak. I think it's hugely important that you posted this.

WAKE UP CALL LADIES! The business has indeed changed. Getting out was the hardest thing I ever did. It was damned near miraculous. well i found this to be an entertaining read Stripping has crossed my mind more than once and i graduated RN school and am a personal trainer AND am currently back in university to be a dentist The big money, absolutely and also because something in my head is attracted to being "sexy" I think id be the most scared of looking stupid.

Getting on stage and not having any groove lol. Im not the most graceful person and i can't dance at all. Im just not very fluid.

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You'd think id have very good body awareness since much of my fitness career has been based on redefining myself and my body but no. lol nope im still terribly choppy? when it comes to dancing. I think its from figure skating growing up. too formal. bad knees. Kind of an odd question but how does one get a job doing it? do you go for an interview and show them what you can do? thats seems terribly scary.

Reading all of this makes me kind off nervousI just turned 18 and im attending college and everything is adding up. I danced ballet and hip hop through high school so I wouldnt be worried about dancing but I just want to dance I would hate to have to sell more than my appearance.

Great article. I have been stripping on and off for the last ten years. It has given me amazing motivation to remain in great health, appreciate the miracle of my body natural parts and alland meet amazingly connected men who are in need of verbal praise.

I have finished my doctoral degree, am getting married, and have our first baby on the way. Looking at me on the street, I am a bookish mousy type. I am quiet and reserved at parties. Once your body becomes a tool of the trade, I realized how valuable it is to me, and wonder why in the world women flaunt themselves half naked for free?

By no means did I ever have the thinnest physique, the largest perkiest breasts, or gravity defying pole tricks. I did however work hard to be gracious and have a genuinely great attitude.

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I have seen grandmothers in their late 50's working in Las Vegas and they got it I quite dancing to focus on the next mountain to climb. Maybe with the hubby's blessing I will return to work for a special one night only performance, he has never had a lap dance ;p ever! To the ladies who want to get started, you do not need an airbrushed body. I have seen dancers with no tits, saggy tits, butt cellulite, tattoos, love handles, scars, tuberous breasts, wigs, glasses, kids, etc.

You will need: to set your boundaries ahead of time, set a monetary goal, keep your private life private some dancers will sell your info to creepy customerskeep financial integrity by records and taxes, lots of padding in your big heels, keep off your knees on stage, strength to let go of jealous petty "friends" who will gossip about you because they are "concerned", not date customers, a lock for locker, several changes of undergarments sweating in synthetics can give infection.

Never approach a customer who is sitting at the front row of the stage aka tip rail, never approach a customer who is chatting with another dancerdon't even look at him while she is there, approach as many customers as you comfortably can, rejection means customer is broke it has nothing to do with your attractiveness, register your car to an address other than where you live, have a separate prepaid phone and e-mail if you need to contact customers.

It's ok to be inexperienced, many customers will give you pointers on what is cool and what is not cool on stage. It is work, and it is lots of fun. Music, clothing, primping, road trips with the gals awww I miss it sometimes!

Obviously, that doctoral degree was not in English. Haa. As another intelligent and grounded stripper, thank you for your sex-positive and women-supporting op ed. The media paints an unfair portrait of us too often. First off, let me just put put there that I respect you and admire you so much.

I am 22 years old, almost done with college, but unfortunately I am crazy in debt and really want to write in the future. Since I was 14, I always dreamed of becoming a stripper, but going to college to please my parents really took up all of my time. Is 22 too late to become a stripper? I'm just a bit lost, and honestly I don't even know where to start.

I'm not a particularly good dancer. My main concern is that I look so young. Bars often assume my I. is fake!

I don't know if this is a problem, plus me being a newbie really scares me. But I've been interested in this for so long, that I don't want my naivety on where to start to hold me back! Do you or anyone reading this have any advice for me? I would greatly appreciate it, and again, thank you for sharing such wonderful stories! My wife was a dancer. She quit when our relationship got serious and ever since I've been wanting her to go back at least once so I could see her dance in public myself.

Any advice on how I could convince her to strut her stuff one last time? I danced for nearly five years at one of the top clubs in the country. It was not uncommon for us to have about 70 or more dancers working in one nighton busy nights we could have about I was already out of college and married when I decided to take up dancing.

I got into it for the money. The age of our dancers were from 18 to about 40, and as I have already said, the club where I worked was very upscale. You don't have to retired from dancing once you pass That is nonsense.

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Some of the top earners were over Sure, the younger women usually have a broader appeal, but not all male customers want to interact with dancers who are not old enough to drink and that are young enough to be their daughters OR granddaughters. I have seen pretty dancers with low self-esteem who made far less money than other dancers who were not as attractive but whose confidence level was extremely high.

I also found that having the gift of gab is just as important as looks are in this business. A pretty girl may attract people initially, but if she's got no personality, most customers will move on to someone else. I also found that many of the men who frequent these clubs have low self-esteem themselves, and they may want a dancer who can put them at ease and kind of take charge of the situation. I could not have a day job while dancing because it literally sucked all of my energy on my 'off'' days.

My sleeping sdule was 'off'. And I got tired of having to lie constantly to my family and to other people about what I was doing for a living. My husband got tired of lying, too. He was always supportive of me and trusted me, and when I wasn't at the club, I was a total homebody.

I have had a hard time finding work after retiring - mostly because I am always paranoid that people will recognize me or find out. Some people do recognize me, and I have sometimes felt discriminated against because of it. Both men and women can be cruel, but women can be especially cruel - mostly because they are insecure. This is PART TWO of my comment: This is PART TWO of my comment please read the previous one :.

I hated dancing for the most part. I loved it in the beginning, but then I grew to hate it. I hated the late nights, the smoke, and the atmosphere. Stripping is a very competitive and back-stabbing business. Everyone is out for themselves. The bouncers had their favorites who would tip them and give them a portion of their earnings I never did in exchange for hooking them up with customers.

Our club had a reputation as being a very clean club, and it really was for the most part, but we did have a few bad weeds here and there. At least four dancers died while I worked there. Three were drug overdoses and one died in a car accident. There were some good people there. The GM and some of the house moms, bartenders, and bouncers were good to me, but not everyone there was good as I have mentioned.

A lot of the dancers had huge egos. In an odd way, though, my 'career' as a dancer helped me to grow up. Yes, looks are important and we all want to look good, but looks are NOT everything.

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Even the most beautiful women in the world get old. To me, the most beautiful women are the ones who don't know how beautiful they really are. I can't stand people who are obsessed with their looks and with physical perfection.

I regret the time that I lost while working at this club. That can never be regained. I have mixed feelings over whether or not it was worth it. The highs that I felt from making money quickly faded each night into sorrow. I rarely drank before I started dancing, but I quickly fell into the habit of drinking to take the edge off.

I had to maintain my figure, so I got into the habit of skipping dinner and working all night with no food in my belly except for a piece of candy here or there our bathroom lady always had candy.

I would sometimes order a salad, but mostly I subsisted on alcohol, and I nearly became anemic from this. I regret not being at home with my husband on those nights that I worked there. Thankfully we are still together and still in love. The most precious thing in life is love and good health, and it's not worth losing over money. Since I quit dancing a few years ago I have pursued some other things.

I am currently taking creative writing classes.

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Dancing is a short-term fix for money problems, but I don't think it's worth it in the long term. That is just my opinion. It has caused me nothing but pain.

I personally don't recommend it, but to each her own. I am an eighteen year old virgin with lots of intelligence and near perfect grades, but do to certain choices, I recently had a falling out with my parents, resulting in the loss of my college money, car, and any possible income. From living with friends to hopping around on cous, I think it is safe to say I have hit rock bottom.

I have been wracking my brain and driving myself crazy thinking of different ways I could put myself through college and do things for myself, but everything in this world involves money and that's something I don't have any access to.

I thought about stripping months ago, but I live in a very small town and there really isn't any place to strip. I have considered moving to LA and stripping to put myself through college at UCLA my dream school. I would love to know what you would suggest to me and where you think I should start my journey. I am a very head-strong and driven individual ,and I'm determined to fulfill my dreams. That being said, I have no problem doing what needs to be done.

I can dance very well and my body is in tip-top shape in my own opinion and also, I have good looks. Help me out!! I was in your exact situation and did decide to strip.

It was a horrible experience and many of my sexual firsts were with disgusting men. I was pressured into sexual acts in order to keep my job and it really messed me up. I would give anything to go back and make a different choice.

My wife was a stripper. That's not were I met her but it's what she was doing when I met her. She had great prospects for a career and she gave that up for me. Honestly I wouldn't mind if she went back to it. She won't but I am very proud of her for doing this what more so WHY she did it.

That is my interest in strippers - WHY they do it. BTW if there are any exotic dancers out there that will talk to me about motivation, I could use some advice on some writing I'll doing for an adult book.

My wife doesn't like to take about it much. I only have one question can u hide your past jobs as a stripper from your future like being a tear or military. Any suggestions for where I should start? As someone who started stripping at 18 I can really relate to the exit strategy.

I worked for 7 years right through my uni course and I always had enough money for a good life. It was a pure sex thing for him with a young woman and although he was fat and hairy it worked for me too I finished uni with a house in a comfortable financial position.

I am out of the industry now and it served me well. With the right approach you can get what you need from this work where there can be a lot of cash money b. I am male, and I have stripped when I was younger. I enjoy being nude in front of others, Perverse, I do not think so.

It is not a sexual thing for me. For me it was a time when full nude stripping was catching on; but still illegal in some places;so you had to be careful. This was a club, where women stripped. However, wives and girlfriend showed up too. I knew the guy who ran the place and suggested I try to strip for the women. He thought about it, and thought it might be good to try. This was before the advent of male strip clubs.

So we picked a night to try. I was still a little nervous, but excited. This was my first time for an audience. The night arrived. Jim introduced me, and the women sounded enthusiastic. In order to strip more easily, I wore shots a shirt, a g-string and bare feet. The women had never been where men stripped, so they did not know what to expect. The women were full frontal, but surely the man would not be. I walked on stage to ers. The women were pretty raucous; the men urged me on as well.

I began slowly, slowly removing my shirt. I started to unbutton my shorts, to the ers of the audience. I removed them and danced around in my thong g-stringof course my butt was was displayed. I started to walk off stage to boos.

I walked back on pointing a my g-string. I shook my head no, like I was not removing it. Every time I pointed at it, ers erupted. So I would push down one side, then another. It was actually tied on each side. After teasing it down a while, I pulled it back up, again to more boos. So, I read to my left side and untied the g-string; holding it open I showed there was nothing on underneath.

I then read the right side, and while holding the front piece I untied the the right, and let it fall. Still holding the front, I again started walking off stage. They ered me back on, and I stood there for a few heartbeats and pulled the g-string off and thew it aside, and stood there full nude. Man it was great. I entertained a few more times. I have since expanded my exhibitionistic tendencies. I really would like to write about them, but have no forum for them.

Maybe someday. A question for the lady. Even though a lesbian, was it still exhilarating to stand nude in front of a bunch of people? Im just glad I made it out alive and only somewhat damaged. I guess it depends on where you work. Ohhhh myyy godddddd! I worked at the Jet and Bare Elegance when Billy was manager about 10 yrs ago. I laughed when i saw that! All I think about is fat, red face, cocaine, and Costa Rica whores. Amazing story! This confession somehow empowered women even if the act is as frontrunners of feminist rebellion.

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I am working in the field for years and it is very difficult to hold to all the discrimination I am hearing to all people surrounding me. Thanks to the help of my family and friends, I was able to overcome it. Ok this is so crazy that I found this interview with the stripper.

I too, was one. I was the stereotypical stripper, drug addicted, an alcoholic, incest survivor, gang members wife etc. I found this while doing research on my book. I have a story. And I am telling it ALL. I do NOT recommend stripping to anyone. It will ruin you life!!!! But thanks to everyone for all of your comments.

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I enjoyed reading it all. My name is Tracy and I am writing my book about My journey through working as an exotic dancer in Vancouver Canada. I do NOT know what I am doing as it is my first attempt in publishing. I am almost ready to go to publication with my first book and need some help.

I want to self publish. This much I DO know. My second book is about My life with a notorious Canadian gangster. In my pages you will not only read and get to know my horrific story of struggle and survival, coupled with an intense inner strength, but my readers will also be inspired and motivated that, they too, can carry on and survive and thrive like I did!! I can tell them how I did it.

There are very few books published in this area I see. People are very interested in these types of stories. I then got sober and had children with my husband. KNEE-DEEP In a troubled marriage for many years until he finally died!! I was relieved as only his untimely death could have split us apart. He was my best friend and we grew up together. Until his death, It was only then, I could truly heal and move forward.

His passing helped me to become the woman I have always wanted to become. I have finally bounced back from a life of incest child abuse, being raised by alcoholic rapists, then marrying an abusive partner in the WWF world wrestling federationhaving comfortable wealth for a few years, numbing the pain with cocaine daily, divorcing him only to remarry him a few years later.

Crazy times. Then he became one of the most notorious gangsters in Canadian history. I will not say his name right now but this is pretty intense. Right until his approaching expiration, he was begging me to write and publish our story. He wanted me to tell the narrative truth!

Our history on pages. Yet, after three years of healing from his final exit, I am telling quite a bit more than he would have wanted. I figure, if I am writing the story at all, I am telling the brutal truth from beginning to end. Crime writers are very interested in what I have to say. I have been in touch with a few lately. I have also been in contact with a couple of Vancouver police officers that encourage young women to steer clear from gangster boyfriends.

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I NEED to be a part of this movement. There is a MUCH better way!!! Then my horrific story of an alcoholic downward spiral of epic proportions. Prison, Drugs, poverty, mental illness, and an extraordinary tale of adversity, strength and hope; thankfully bouncing back to my ultimate dream of being a writer and publishing both of my books, being clean and sober. I went to thousands of AA meetings and have now been clean and sober for 10 years and I am ready to unleash my story in hopes of reaching tens of thousands of others that have been through similar situations.

My Strength is Empowering others, that life DOES and WILL go on. It is all about the mindset. Anything is possible. I want to tell the truth, not what people read in the papers or heard from others. We will see. If I can do it anyone can! I also want to help send a LOUD message to our youth of today and do public speaking. I have visions of me standing on stages speaking to the masses. Maybe high schools? Find something you love and make a living at it.

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Instagram Facebook Pinterest RSS. True Story: I Was a Stripper. How did you become a stripper? To me, true independence meant never having to ask my parents for money - though they were more than willing to provide it. I felt so infantilized and trapped. Here are my top three pieces of sage wisdom for would-be strippers: 1 Have a specific savings plan and a clear timeframe, and write it down to reinforce it.

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Thank you for your honesty you have a beautiful outlook on life Reply. Chrissy on 29 January at pm. Elle Stanger on 11 December at am. amandalee on 29 January at pm. Loved this post! Great idea for a series; I can't wait to read more. loganbubel on 2 February at pm. Leia on 29 January at pm. bradley lyle on 24 October at am. my mom is 5 and shes still a stripper Reply. Monica on 29 January at pm. Come up with a believable cover story ideally one that's grounded in truth " How long after you started stripping did it take for you to tell your parents the truth a month, six months, a year?

Amber on 0 December at pm. Consider makeup. Not all male strippers use makeup, but if you are performing in a club you may find the stage lights wash out the definition in your facial features.

If so, one way to increase your tips might be to start applying a little stage makeup. If done right, this should enhance your features, rather than making it immediately apparent that you are wearing makeup. If you do have facial hair, use an eyebrow pencil to give it definition. Apply a neutral foundation under your ekbones to exaggerate their shape.

Line your lips with a neutral foundation. You may also want to apply some lip balm to keep them from drying out. Brown eyeliner can make your eyelashes appear thicker. Stop before you get to the corners of your eyes-if the lines meet, the effect will be too obvious. Lightly mist yourself with a glitter spray to draw eyes to your muscles.

Method of Shave with oil. This will help prevent red bumps, and will help keep your skin moisturized. Coconut oil works especially well, and will make you smell good too. If it is solid, rub it between your hands to warm it up before applying it to your legs. To get extra smooth skin, exfoliate your body before shaving. Remember, when shaving your legs, shave against the grain; when shaving your bikini zone, shave with the grain.

You will probably want to keep your bikini zone close to hairless, so it may be better to skip shaving and get it professionally waxed. A little oil goes a long way. Wash your face well. It is especially important, however, if you tend to wear a lot of makeup. Wash your hands first. Scrubbing aggressively can damage your skin, rather than cleaning it.

Smell good. You want your presence to be alluring and intoxicating. People should want to be near you. That means you have to smell good. Wear perfume. Find something subtle and sweet.

Most importantly, it should be something you like. If you get a lot of wrinkled noses, retire that perfume. Take care of your nails. This is a surprisingly important part of your overall presentation, and it can make a big difference. A stripper with sloppy nails will seem much aper than one with well-manicured nails.

Leave it to a professional. Unless you are very good at doing your own, go out and have a professional work on your nails. Remember your feet. This is especially important if you wear open-toe shoes. Treat yourself to a pedicure every so often. If you are a real stripper, however, make sure not to let them remove the callouses on your feet-you need them!

A neutral color with French tips will do just fine. In most states, the legal age you have to be to become a stripper is However, this gives you lots of time to consider if you really want that career. Not Helpful 12 Helpful You can get into drag and make yourself look like a woman.

There are strip clubs that have that. Not Helpful 11 Helpful Go to a doctor. AIDS is a very serious medical condition that needs to be properly cared for. Not Helpful 14 Helpful You can't make anyone have sex with you. If you want a man to have sex with you, consider hiring a male full-service sex worker. Not Helpful 20 Helpful There are no rules when dressing like a stripper.

You shouldn't change your life because of your parents' judgmental attitudes. I would encourage you to keep reaching out to them and trying to get them to understand your lifestyle choices. If they refuse, then you may just have to accept the situation. You could also quit stripping and find another job if your relationship with your parents is more important. You're way too young to dress like or act like a stripper.

Doing so will attract the wrong kind of attention and give you a bad reputation. If you truly want to dress like a stripper, you'll have to wait until you're older.

Not Helpful 9 Helpful It really depends on the crowd and club you're performing at. Not Helpful Helpful Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.

Dress for yourself. If you want to do it because of what other people think, maybe reconsider. Helpful 4 Not Helpful 1. If someone makes you feel uncomfortable or unsafe, remove yourself from the situation, and remember you are not at fault. Helpful 4 Not Helpful 0. This article is intended for readers aged 18 or over. Please understand that dressing very suggestively is not a good idea if you are under Your parents most certainly won't allow it, other teenagers around you may not be mature enough to control themselves, or worse still, you may attract attention from paedophiles and other nasty criminals.

Helpful 15 Not Helpful 2. Related wikiHows How to. How to. More References Co-authors: ated: February 2, Categories: Occupation Costumes. Article Summary X Dressing like a stripper is all about wearing sexy, glamorous clothing.

In other languages :. Portugues: se Vestir Como Uma Stripper. Francais: s'habiller comme un stripteaseur ou une stripteaseuse. Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been rea times.

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