A few years ago, I graduated with honors from a prestigious private university where I had received a full-tuition scholarship. And for over two years, I have been working as a stripper. I used to work a 9-to-5, full-time, salaried job that offered health benefits, a k , and impressive words to put on my resume. At the time, I thought I was doing exactly what I was supposed to be doing. The job satisfied the expectations that other people had set for me. So why was I so unhappy?
Strippers make more money than waitresses. Interviewees not pictured. Most clubs require an ongoing fresh supply of dancers because of the extremely high turnover rate in the profession. It is not unusual for a woman to try stripping for a night or two, feel overwhelmed and uncomfortable, and decide that working at the factory, the reception desk, or the fast food restaurant isn't so bad comparatively, and quit.
The story of how I became a male stripper, un-censored and revealed for you. However when I wanted to learn the art of male stripping, I had literally nothing to help me. No videos, no teachers, no articles and no idea.
I'm a stripper. I still don't know what made me think of doing it. Probably just the fact that I passed the strip bar every day on my way to work and was always intrigued by what went on in there. The windows were mysteriously blacked out and illustrated with cartoonish figures of naked women.