Showing posts with label adult jobs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label adult jobs. Show all posts

Monday, July 6, 2020

Russian Stripper Now in Atlanta

I was adopted from Russia when I was 11, and everything was different in America. When I first came here, it was a culture shock. In my primary years of growth I learned really fast about the world and how it worked. In Russia it's normal for woman to be either prostitutes or dancers. The whole country runs on sexual desires. So when I came here and it was the opposite it shocked me.

I grew up watching pornographic material on the television in the orphanage. Then I had to relearn the normal cultural believes and actions. Then when I graduated college I went straight into the US Army because I believed it was the right thing to do, but within two years I no longer wanted to be part of something that I didn't have much control over and I wanted to make more money. So I looked up some jobs and nothing really got me excited until one night I called a random strip club that I found to see if they were still open and to see how old you have to be to get in.

I found out that it was not a normal Atlanta strip club but a stripper delivery service for dancers. That's when I applied, since I love to dance, and I honestly just wanted to see how it would work out. Since I was very comfortable with my body and I knew exactly what to do to get men excited I quickly learned that I really liked being one of the hottest strippers in Atlanta. I also learned really quickly that it's all about customer service and if you want to make money you have to work your settings well.

Here in America I make way more money then I would ever as a dancer in Russia. In Russia I would be either dead or homeless. My customers here respect me and they know that I am in fact a human. In Russia, they don't respect you and they don't consider you as a human. I love dancing and this company is very protective of their dancers and really care. They have security guards escort us to every party and they make sure that we are safe and comfortable.

MC Entertainment is the best Atlanta strip club company that I know so far, and I am not just saying that because I work for them, they really are good. They believe in customer service and we are taught to make sure that everything goes well and everyone has a memorable night. This company is great.


Wednesday, March 11, 2020

The Life of an MC Entertainment Driver/Security

The life of being a driver/Security for MC Entertainment is an experience anyone should have. If you're looking for an exciting environment after the typical nine to five, this is the place for you. You can work your average day job or just lay back and enjoy the flexibility while receiving details of bookings throughout the day. Details including the type of party, who the entertainer you're driving will be, time and location. 

These parties can last anywhere from an hour to four or five hours and to top it off you get a show of your own! Plus the experience of meeting a ton of new people all throughout Georgia. But overall you get paid to watch strippers do their thing. Some months are slower than others but when it picks up there is real money to be made. I've been driving with the company for seven years now and I love every bit of it, also getting to see different parts of GA and surrounding states makes it all worth the while. I try to make sure the entertainer's are comfortable in the vehicle and fully prepared for their clients party. MC Entertainment performers are wonderful to work with, they put on great shows, they know how to hype up the guests, and are always smiling and laughing while with the guests throughout the party. Coming to an end to this, the last thing I will say is in all my years of working with MC Entertainment, this is by far the best company to work for whether you're Security or a dancer and anyone interested should Apply Here.

MC Entertainment & Services

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Why is it Legal to Tease, but not to Please?

So, I was asked recently, “why do you think that it’s  legal to tease people, but not legal to please people?” and it really got me thinking.

A lot of people view sex workers as slutty, dirty, without self-worth/self-love, etc. I don’t know why so many people look down on sex work and sex workers, but it just comes with the job. I have learned that some people are open to it, and some people aren’t. It’s just the way it is. So this blog is going to be about my opinions of the legalities of sex work.


Obviously strip clubs are legal, and obviously it’s not a crime to order strippers, or go to a strip club. But, for some reason, it’s illegal to perform sexual favors for money; and I don’t think that it should be. Now, keep an open mind about what my reasons are because they make sense. I have thought about this topic for a while, so don’t think that I am just pulling this out of my ass. I’m not. This is truly what I believe, and why. 

First of all, being an escort is a job. No matter what it is, if you’re doing something for money it’s technically a job and a source of income. It’s a way to support yourself, and even to support your family. Some people can’t work in a desk/office job environment. I know I can’t. I would be absolutely miserable behind a desk all day. So, it’s a different kind of job and a way to make money in an unconventional way, but it’s not wrong. It’s different- and a lot of people can’t accept “different”, which sucks. But. coming back to my point, it is a job. There’s no reason why this kind of job should be illegal. If both parties are consenting, let these people make money! It’s very unfair to not let people work the way they want to. Everyone wants different things for their lives, and everyone has their limits on what their willing to do. So, if someone is willing and able to be an escort, there’s no reason why they shouldn’t be able to work. 

Second, if it’s all consensual, then there is nothing wrong with it. It’s not illegal to have consensual sex, or a consensual blowjob. Why is making money off of it suddenly not okay? I know so many people who have sex with their significant other to get something in return. For example, one of my best friends told me how the other day she got her boyfriend to get her breakfast with a blowjob. This is technically giving a sexual favor for something in return. So, when it comes to money or jewelry, or new clothes it’s suddenly wrong? This doesn’t make any sense. Why is it not considered wrong when you’re in a relationship but when it’s with someone else, it’s wrong? Why are we slut shaming escorts, and saying that their bad people or dirty people? They are living their lives the way they want to. If they didn’t want to be an escort anymore, they would stop. A lot of people think that escorts are stuck in this place where they have to have sex for money, but most of the time their doing it because they want to. If I didn’t want to be a stripper anymore, I wouldn’t. Case closed. 

Finally, I think that it’s illegal is because it makes people uncomfortable. For some reason, someone decided that sex is a private thing, and you shouldn’t be open about how it makes you feel or if you like sex at all. It’s become this thing that we need to hide, and keep secret. Well, I say fuck that. I love sex and I’m more than happy to talk about my sex life and talk about it. It’s not a dirty thing. It’s the most natural thing a human being can do. Sex is full of pleasure and excitement. It’s not something we should feel like we have to hide. I am extremely open about my sex life, and people know that I like to have sex. This doesn’t make me a whore, and it doesn’t make me a dirty person, either. This makes me human; and I’m proud of myself for not being ashamed of something that everyone does. 

So, if you read this whole blog you can clearly know that I am all for sex work and all for escorting to be legal. It’s a personal choice if you want to partake in escorting. It’s not wrong, it’s not bad, and it makes sense. Some people get off on the feeling of paying someone for sexual favors, and some people do it for the money. Sex is a normal thing, and if you want that to be your job, then fucking do it! Be who you are to the fullest, because you only have one life to live. I would love to see a world where sex work is just like any other job, and hopefully one day we will get there. But for now, I guess doing illegal stuff is the way to go! 

Thursday, September 12, 2019

The Effects Stripping Has Had on My Self-Esteem


Before I start getting into this blog, I want everyone reading it to know that this is my personal experience and I do not speak for anyone but myself. I am in no way speaking for anyone else or trying to put myself in another stripper’s shoes. This is all from me. 

Okay, so this blog may shock you, or this may be exactly what you thought. But to be perfectly honest with everyone, stripping has boosted my self-esteem beyond compare. I feel like the baddest bitch ever when I am dancing. It’s honestly so hard not to feel like that when you have tons of men literally drooling over you and throwing their hard earned cash on you. How else am I supposed to feel?!

I’ve been stripping now for about two years. I can’t count the amount of times people have asked me, “don’t you feel so degraded? Doesn’t that kill your self-esteem? How do you even live like that?”. To which I always reply, “I love stripping and it has boosted my self confidence more than anything else has. I love my job, and I love the way it makes me feel.” 

I guess this isn’t the most conventional way to boost your self-esteem, but for me it works. Just like anyone else, I’m insecure about my body sometimes. There are definitely many times where I look in the mirror and absolutely hate what I’m seeing. But, when I go to a party I immediately know that I will feel better about myself when I leave. Something that I’ve learned is that I am my worst critic. I am so mean to myself sometimes. It’s funny because the way I talk to myself I would never let any of my friends ever talk that way about themselves. So, when I’m feeling horrible about myself or I just can’t stand to look in the mirror, I think about the party that I had last week where guys were fighting over who I paid attention to. That they were literally emptying their wallets in the hope that I would stay longer. If that doesn’t boost your confidence, what will??? 

Like I said in the beginning, this is totally my own experience. I know that the job can be degrading, but I don’t think I’ve ever felt like that. I know that it seems like after a while it would tear at you, or you wouldn’t enjoy it as much, but for me this hasn’t been the case yet. I really do enjoy my job and I really enjoy the reactions that I get while I’m doing my job. It feels good to know how many people want you and desire you. It feels good to know that you really are that bitch! So for me stripping has had an awesome effect on my self-esteem, and I hope that it continues to do so. All I know is that for now, I will continue to strip and continue to let it boost my confidence and make me feel amazing. I love my job and all the benefits that come with it!

XO, 
Lola


Friday, August 30, 2019

Everything you Need to Know About Becoming a Stripper in Atlanta Georgia

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

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Dating While Being a Stripper

So, I've been all around the dating spectrum while being a stripper. I have been in a serious relationship, I have been just casually dating guys, I have been just having sex with guys. I've done it all. Something that I make very clear before I start seeing someone is that I am a stripper, I am in the sex industry, and if you're not okay with that then we should stop now. It's important to me that a guy knows that part of my life and is okay with that part of my life, too. I don't like to feel suffocated in a relationship or feel like I can't live my life the way I want to live it. But it definitely isn't always easy or smooth sailing with men who find out what I do for work.

I try to make it very clear that for me, personally, I am only a stripper. So, I don't have sex with anyone for money. All I do is get naked and shake my ass for cash. Most men think it's insanely attractive and are all for it. They usually start with asking me to dance for them-but that's a different blog post for another time. Some of the guys I come in contact with are a little skittish or are just plain out rude about it. I had this one guy flirt with me all night at a bar and watched me dance on a pole over and over again. I told him that I was a stripper and he flirted with me all night, asking me all about it, and then at the very end he shouted to his friend, "I don't wanna fuck that stripper, I don't want aids". That one definitely stung a little. I am who I am, though, and I'm very unapologetic about it. I want to strip, I want to dance, and I want to make my money this way. If someone wants to be with me, then they have to be with all of me. That part of me isn't going anywhere anytime soon, so they better get used to it. But the guys who are a little skittish about are usually (and I'm just being honest here) the jealous type. They don't like the idea that "their girl" is dancing on other guys or getting naked in front of anyone except for them. That is just me being brutally honest and that's just my opinion. Don't hate me because I say the truth!

But, yes, I am a stripper and I am currently in "the dating scene". It isn't particularly hard for me to find men who are okay with me stripping. Like I said, most guys are totally fine and actually love the fact that I'm a stripper, but I definitely have ran into guys who aren't okay with it. Either way I am going to stay happy and do what I am wanting to do. If they wanna pay my bills instead of me stripping so be it! Otherwise, thank you next. 

Friday, June 7, 2019

Working as an Atlanta Stripper: Five Things I Hate

Before I start writing, I just want to make a "disclaimer" to anyone reading this: I absolutely love my job. I love dancing, I love teasing, I love everything about stripping. Being an Atlanta white female stripper has all the pro's in the world, and only a few cons. I promise you this isn't an article about me complaining about my work; I absolutely love it, and I love all the people I dance for.

I don't work at an Atlanta strip club. I work at a mobile service company where Atlanta female and male strippers come to you. Side note: it's so much better than a club. You don't have to go anywhere and you really don't have to do anything but figure out how many people you want to dance and who you want to dance for you. The best part about it is that you get to be right up close to all of us. We ask for your respect, but a majority of us are okay with touching and feeling. Again, as long as you're respectful. This is where it can get kind of sticky; and this is where I get to tell you what I hate.

First one: when you slap my pussy. I understand that you ordered a stripper because you wanted to see ass, titties, and pussy. And trust me I understand that my pussy is beautiful. But when it comes to that area, do not touch it or slap it or try to play with it. That is a boundary I don't like to be crossed. You can look at the pretty lady, but you cannot touch her. 

Second one: when you assume I'm an escort and you continually ask how much it costs to sleep with me. I am fully aware that I am in the sex industry and it doesn't bother me in the slightest bit when you ask if I do more than dance. But, when I (personally, just me) say no, don't continue to ask. I dance with a lot of women who do escort as well as dance. You can always ask if that's what you're wanting, but respect a dancer if she says no. 

Third one: when you grab me hard instead of asking for me to come over to you. I am a tiny human. I'm 4'11 and I weigh 110 pounds. When you pull and grab me it doesn't take much to knock me off my feet. I will always come to your lap and dance for you if you ask me to. But when you grab me and push me around, it makes me want to stay away from you. I love my job and I love giving lap dances. Just ask me first.  

Fourth one: when you're drunk and get way too touchy. Like I said before, majority of girls (including me) are totally fine with you grabbing an ass cheek, or squeezing a boob here and there. But when you're clearly too intoxicated and you make the groping and grabbing go on for too long, it gets a little uncomfortable. I want everyone to have a banging time. I want everyone to be smiling and happy. I am more than okay with you drinking and taking shots off of me. I just don't like it when you're too drunk to know better. I still am a person and I still do deserve respect despite my career. 

Last one: when you're not tipping. This is definitely the biggest and most important one. I love my job for many reasons. The main one (like most people) is because I make money. I make money mostly based on tips. So when I'm twerking and getting on my hands and knees to shake my ass, I want money to be thrown on me. We all know that strippers and one dollar bills go hand and hand. It's because strippers want the money honey! We want to get paid because we are doing a lot of work. Dancing and stripping is a lot harder than it looks. It's the best workout I get all week and I workout hard every day. I do it because I love helping people have a good time, but I also would love to make stacks of cash while doing it. So, for future reference: always, always, always tip your dancers extremely well. It'll make us work harder and stay longer if you do.

So, I hope that it's clarified again that I love my job so much and I wouldn't trade it for anything else. These are just a few pet peeve's of mine that I wanted to share to hopefully help clear a few things up for people who may not know what they're doing at a strip club or are planning on ordering from a mobile service company like mine. Or even to speak for other strippers who feel the same way. But, this is just my opinions, and my own experience. I love everyone, even the people who do these things. I'm here to have a rocking night just like you are. 

-Lola, one of the many Atlanta Female Strippers for hire

Sunday, May 5, 2019

We Just Know What We Are Wanting.

Everybody in life has a different story to tell. Everyone has their own path,their own desires, their own wants, and their own needs. Sometimes, it takes time to discover want one desires to do with their life. However, once you find that desire or you find that path you want to ride along, don't give it up for anything or anyone. This is your life and your journey and you belong on it.
So many people have their own opinions on what your life should look like; and something I've learned is to live how I want to, when I want to, and where I want to. I live in Atlanta and have learned everything in Atlanta. I work in a safe,amazing, and thrilling environment: I am an Atlanta female stripper- and I couldn't love it more. I am a prime example of someone who is in the sex work industry and who genuinely adores her job. I have gotten all the backlash, snarky comments, and angry glares. But I wouldn't think of changing my occupation for a minute. Nobody pressured me into it, nobody is making me do it- I chose this for myself.
There is so much negativity around sex work. Some people assume the worst about us, judge us, or put a story to us that couldn't be further from the truth. Well, I 'm writing this article to set the record straight. I am a normal, joyful, and positive woman who knows what she wants and goes after it. Strip clubs in Atlanta have become my happy place and where I find pleasure and joy. I love what I do, and I say that honestly. I only wish and hope people could open their eyes and see the positive parts of sex work. If the word "sex" had more knowledge and understanding behind it, maybe we would be at the point of acceptance around it. Sex is the most natural and normal action a human being can take part in. Pleasure is something (I feel) that everyone wants. We want to be happy, we want to do things that make us feel good- and if you can't admit that one of the things that makes you feel the best isn't sex, you need to be more honest with yourself. There is absolutely nothing bad, or gross, or dirty about desiring sex. That's the best thing about me being a stripper is that I know I bring pleasure and happiness with what I do. I enjoy making people happy and making them smile. I love helping people fulfill their desires; whether that means making them their favorite meal, or helping them achieve a hard goal, or shaking my ass in their face because they love my naked body! I am not ashamed to say that I get naked in front of a bunch of people and feel my sexiest because I have dozens of people drooling over me. Not too many people can say that.
The sex work industry puts a bad taste in people's mouths because of what they "know" about it. But truly, people know nothing about it.They hear something online or watch it in a movie and believe that that is real life. Unless you talk to a stripper or learn the facts about it, you have no idea what goes on behind the scenes. I work in Atlanta strip clubs and with Atlanta stripper agencies because I want to. Atlanta male strippers and Atlanta female strippers make a lot of money and have a great time doing it. I am speaking about Atlanta because this is where I get my experience. Strip clubs in Atlanta are exciting and all I see from the customers is smiles, laughs, googly eyes, drooling,and a genuine look of pure entertainment. Whether it's a male strip club in Atlanta, a Gentlemen's club in Atlanta, an Atlanta adult entertainment experience, a female strip club in Atlanta, everyone there is having an amazing time. The work is exhilarating and exciting. Every time I perform I get an instant rush of adrenaline and can't help but smile. I have never had a bad or uncomfortable experience stripping. I have never felt pressured to perform or intimidated by a boss. I choose this work, just like all of my co-workers. The flexible hours, the insane money, the adrenaline- all of it factors into why I (and so many others) couldn't be more happy and thrilled to be in this line of work. If we didn't want to do it anymore- we wouldn't.
The sex work industry is full of honest and genuine people who know what they are wanting and who they want to be. They push away negativity and judgement and live their life the way they want to and are supposed to. I have never in my life as a stripper felt dirty or gross about myself. And I have never ever felt ashamed of what I do. I proudly tell people what I do for work and whether they want to agree with it or not, I keep a smile on my face. I try to educate people everywhere to know that this isn't dirty work- we just are more open-minded about life and we understand that people want sex. Have you ever really thought about that? Yes! People want sex. People even need sex! If you're willing and wanting to pay for it and someone agrees to fulfill that need- more power to you! There is nothing wrong with escorting, there is nothing wrong with shaking your titties for money, there is nothing wrong with doing exactly what YOU want. Live how you want to and do what you want to. We are not dirty or slimy people. We are just like you. You wouldn't be able to spot us out of a crowd unless we tell you about ourselves and choose to inform whoever we are talking to about our occupation. I can't say this enough: we are just like you. We have a job, we make money, we do what we need to to get by in the world. I just think we have way more fun doing it.


Again, I love my job. I love being a stripper. I love making money and having a hell of a good time doing it. I love meeting other sex workers and talking about how awesome it is to be so comfortable with ourselves and our sexuality that we have the courage to be exactly who we want to be. I have never felt more confident in my life then when I started stripping. I am here to tell everyone out there that has judgement or negativity about the sex industry that the majority of us are in love with our lives and wouldn't want to change a damn thing- so we will continue to shake our asses for anyone who wants to see it.

-Lola, one of the many Atlanta strippers for hire. 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

My Story of How I Started Stripping and Dancing in the Adult Entertainment Industry

My Story of How I Started Stripping and Dancing in the Adult Entertainment Industry 


My name is Cherry, I am an 18 year old exotic dancer for a private company based in Atlanta, Georgia. I started dancing soon after my birthday and haven't stopped since! These are some bullet points of topics and real life situations I couldn't seem to find and thus I wish to enlighten for you and any beginners out there reading this adult blog looking for resources and or simply a platform to relate on.



Trial and Error 

To remember that any aspects and challenges we will inevitably face in life is a learning experience. Give yourself some slack! At the end of the day it's all about understanding the obstacle you are encountering with an open mind and acknowledging your position attached to this setback. There is no need to rush yourself to become something overnight because we are all a continual creation of our aspirations.

I found myself trying to become something I wasn't (Which I plan to touch over in "Private Parties / Club Life" and "Understanding Your Goal VS Following A Goal",) and it took a lot of trial and error within myself alongside my career to focus in on working towards my personal priorities with being careful to my craft. I believe in individualism to be a beautiful representation of what you can bring to the table with your work and what you bring home.

Accepting each 'failure', for lack of a better term, as an opportunity to learn what to do in the future.
I have definitely bought the wrong dance wear and had to push through those occasional mistakes but make the best of it. Next time, I won't pick an easy route but invest for the long run. My first night dancing was an 8 hour shift at a club in brand new heels, without socks or wrapping a toe or two. Although, I prefer to wear thigh high to comfort my feet a bit...I did go home that night with blisters on my ankles and toes.

Don't overthink those mistakes because there will be a solution to most learning curves. I found wrapping my toes and wearing thick socks did the job.





Expectations And Reality 

A sufficient amount of controversy connected to the exotic entertainment industry, in my opinion coming from the perspective of the dancer, has to do with a lot of expectations versus the reality. There is more to it. More to the entertainer as an individual , whether it be a male stripper or a female stripper for instistance. We still put our pants on the same way you do. There is a nice medium of appreciation for that concept.

I was taken aback of how many humanitarians I came across during the beginning stages of my exotic work.
Anxious to the idea of being 'alone in it' or that maybe I'd become numb for some mysterious reason, I initially thought but quickly understood I simply had to take a step back from the self-sabotage mentality. There is nothing wrong with staying within your own path and loving that security. Although, I found myself disappointed with my own path that it was never enough to the standard I thought to be the expectation. I was focused too much on where I wanted to be and forgot how much I am still learning and how far I've come. Which is the humbling reality of almost every experience I have encountered in my daily life. Especially dancing, I have broken habitual self-sabotaging patterns and worries I take with me to this day. Being grateful for challenges to improve your craft and confidence is empowering.





Drugs


No matter where we go, as we grow and observe throughout this journey we take in your personal lifes and in the work we practice there will be exposure to all lifestyles and barriers we may sincerely relate to or are simply unfamiliar with. I myself, year and almost two months clean now, would like to capitalize on inner conflict. All those feelings and questions you carry are valid and normal.

Each day is taking everything at your own pace, and creating your boundaries attached to those confrontations but visualising your progress following you within the days that will rain and will shine is a comforting balance between yourself and your work. You are not alone in establishing qualities of indapancy from your struggle(s) and still make a living, happy and healthy. Take your pride in the commitment of  this balance, because you made it this far and only you can subject yourself to the unwanted. You set your goals and boundaries. I am very happy and healthy working for a company promoting and lovingly encouraging sobriety,





Private Parties /  Club Life 


Coming from a club to a private company. I want to share my own feelings on positions of self-drive and benefits of indapant work. It is rather rewarding to be in a circumstance of flexible  and manageable hours and reaching goals up to your own limitations. Working for myself, I found to be very freeing to say the least. Club life was very intriguing on a physical aspect to staying accountable on working out and gaining my upper body strength doing pole work was always an aspiration of mine I've had for a long time. I obtained communicational skills that I did not know I had the ability to learn and as well bring into my personal life! I am confident with my verbal representation now.

Although, I don't know if I'd ever have interest in going back to any specific establishment. Without any negative connotation. But I definitely enjoy the freedom of traveling and  the exposure to new private parties with having a clientele that is energetically there for me is inevitably a beneficial experience for an active mind. Organization of priorities can be as fun as you make it. Just as I bring up "Trial and Error", it is all about finding your outlet that works best to coincide with your flow!



Understanding Your Goal VS Following A Goal


  To conclude, for my last subject I am going to touch on is all about goals. Goals! What is the goal for you? What do you want and what you are putting in will be the true turnover. Giving yourself a set reminder of short term and long goals. This is a positive attribute to you spiritually for peace of mind and your end goal. I found writing out all my goals, to a daily regimen or the next 5 years kept me in a clear mind. Staying proactive towards your future. Dancing has been the best self discipline towards almost all of my generalized goals, it forced a side of my mind to think outside of the box and pushed me to want more out of my goals with comfortability and ease. I can't take back any of the experiencing and lessons I've endured, all for the best!


Thanks for reading! If you ever want to book me or learn more about me go my dancer profile page.

Look forward to seeing you!

- Cherry


P.S. - Check me out getting spanked on live stream here. 💗




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Monday, October 29, 2018

Real Sex Work Myths, Media Exagerations and Facts Revealed Only Right Here

What exactly is Sex Work?

Sex work is any type of labor or activity where the main goal is to create a sexual or erotic response in someone. Sex work includes prostitution, but it isn't just limited to that. Forms of sex work includes (but is not limited to) a bunch of other things such as stripping, erotic dancing, pro-dom/pro-sub work, webcam modeling, sensual massage, nuru massage, adult film work, pornographic art, fetish modeling, phone sex operating, being a sugar baby and so much more.


 What Are The Top Myths on Prostitution & Sex Work In The Media?

Most media coverage on the sex trade focuses on street prostitution, youth prostitution, and trafficking of minors. It is very unfortunate but a substantial portion of the facts and figures referenced online and in the media in the world are completely misconstrued or based on studies of particularly vulnerable and small populations of sex workers on a global scale. Below we have listed just a few small examples:

Myth: 300,000 children are trafficked in the U.S. each year.

Fact: This statistic, collected by the Center for Missing and Exploited Children in 2001, is the high-estimate of all male and female children not living at home, who are viewed as vulnerable to exploitation of any kind.

Myth: The average adolescent or adult prostitute or adult industry professional is a male or female who is virtually a slave to a pimp, a prostitution ring or even an organised crime family.

Fact: According to a study of New York adolescents in the sex trade, about half of adolescents are male or transgender. Only 8% were coerced and influenced into entering the sex industry in some form or fashion.

Myth: Approximately 68 percent of sex workers report post-traumatic stress disorder on the same level as those who served in military combat.

Fact: This statistic refers to individuals in nine countries who were contacted via social service organizations, and the methodology behind this study has never been released to the public. The psychological affects of prostitution are remarkably variable depending on the sector, country, upbringing, race, religion, beliefs and most importantly the individual worker and the total sum of their life experiences.

Myth: The average age of entry in the sex trade or adult entertainment is 13 or 14 years old.

Fact: This figure references informal knowledge of social workers working with adolescents and ‘survivor’ organizations whose sole focus is on rescuing people from bad situations. Indoor sex workers, who comprise over 80% of the industry, are significantly less likely to enter as adolescents.

MythThe sex trade is inherently harmful and very dangerous.

FactViolence, mental, physical health risks, and marginalization are not inherent to the sex trade, any more than they are inherent to sexual identity or orientation. Stigma and criminalization are the root causes of harms directly related to sex work. These harms are compounded by intersecting oppression for large numbers of sex workers.

Myth: Prostitution is violence against women, men & the LGBT community (or gang rape, or slavery).

Fact: Although violence, particularly against street workers, is common, most violence is perpetrated by non-clients, individuals who pose as clients, law enforcement officials, and a very small proportion of clients. The same goes for clients of indoor workers.  While news reports frequently vilify clients of sex workers, even abolitionist organizations recognize diversity in what motivates clients to solicit prostitutes.



Outcome Of These Harmful & Hateful Discriminations:

In other words, the overwhelming majority of sex worker clients do not perpetrate violence against sex workers. And the central cause of violence is institutional alienation of sex workers from law enforcement protection and a justice system that leads most sex workers to distrust and fear law enforcement officials. Violent individuals do not fear repercussions and prey on sex workers in particular. Most interactions between sex workers and law enforcement involve arrest, and law enforcement and judicial system officials frequently ignore or doubt reports by sex workers. So sex workers either do not report sexual and physical assault to law enforcement or law enforcement officials do not sufficiently respond to complaints, and individuals remain free and continue to perpetrate crimes against sex workers or even members of society not involved in the sex trade or sex industry.




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