Why Not Join The Military?
Crashing And Burning
Fast forward 2 years. I've completed training and I'm stationed in my home state just a few hours away from my home town. My life is nothing like how they promised me. My marriage was nothing but a high school fantasy and costing extra money every month. Being sheltered by the military was my current reality. I guess I felt more confident about my future because of the resources and benefits that I had earned, but I felt like my freedom to express myself was stolen. The rules I was made to follow held me back, and that's when I started rebelling. I developed some medical issues which gave me the excuse to stop showing up, being active, and not carrying out my duties. By the end of it, I had collected around 37 FTR's ( Failure to Report).
My commander started my discharge process and that's when it hit me.What the hell was I going to do as a civilian? The income I had been receiving was about to be cut off! I was about to be kicked to the curb and left out to dry. My future was concerning me and I acted quickly to figure it out. Around this time all of my leaders and peers had given up hope and basically let me do whatever I pleased. My thought process on what I could do outside of the military went to a dirty and darker place (so I thought). Sex work. Now I've never been the most confident girl but I knew my hips and baby blue eyes could seduce a man with great ease. I call this a superpower, every woman is equipped but most don't know how to utilize it.
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