Friday, August 30, 2019

Everything you Need to Know About Becoming a Stripper

I’m here to tell you everything you need to know about becoming a stripper. If you’re interested in starting to dance, or you’re just curious this is the blog for you!
First, prepare to audition. It’s plain and simple people: if you can’t dance, you probably shouldn’t become a stripper. That sounds harsh but it’s the truth. A lot of people think that being a stripper means you just have to be able to take your clothes off, but you have to be able to actually dance, too. Nobody wants to see a stripper who has no rhythm and who can’t shake their ass to a simple song. The whole point of stripping is putting on a sexy show, and if you’re not coordinated it usually doesn’t work out. When you apply at a club, or a company like mine, you usually have to audition to prove that you can move and put on a good show. So, prepare to show your moves and show just how sexy you can be. 
Second, prepare to be butt ass naked in front of a bunch of random people. You cannot be shy and be a stripper. It depends on what club or what company you work for, whether you’ll have to get completely naked or not. For my company, I do get completely nude, which I am totally fine with because I have prepared myself to be confident in front of others while exposing every single part of me. You can’t get up on stage and act nervous or insecure. The fantasy is that you’re a sexy person who knows how sexy you are. The fantasy isn’t a person on stage who actually hates themselves and is embarrassed or shy to show themselves. You have to get those nerves away from you before you get on stage in front of people. Trust me, the crowd will notice if you feel insecure or you’re not confident. So make sure you throw away all those insecurities before stepping in the spotlight. You’re sexy as hell, show everyone how much you believe that!
Third, expect the unexpected. Never go into a party or your shift in a club thinking you’ll know exactly what’s going to happen that night. This is especially for people who work in the kind of setting that I do, where we go to your party. So we’re going over to someone’s house, or apartment, or bar, or hotel. I never know what I’m getting myself into. As long as you know your safe, it’s going to be okay. Sometimes in a club there will be a fight that breaks out, or you’ll get a really annoying customer who won’t leave you alone no matter how much you ask them to back off. Know how to act on your feet when it comes to those situations. I’m not saying something awful will happen every single time you dance, but just prepare for people to be rude, or try to break your boundaries. You are in charge here- which is something a lot of people forget. 
Lastly, prepare to make a lot of money, or a little money. Don’t have any expectations on how much or how little money you will make. Sometimes, you’re gonna make twice as much as your rent. And sometimes, you’re gonna barely make $200. That’s okay! Every party and every shift is gonna be different. It just depends on your crowd. So do your best trying to get people to enjoy themselves and tip you as much as you can. The goal at the end of the day is to make money. So work your hardest every time and try to make their wallets cry. Try to enjoy yourself, too! You can have a fucking blast while shaking your ass and getting rained on with bills. Just be yourself, be confident, and make that money people! 

Xo, 
Lola

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