strippers- y do u do it???

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curious

Penn Laird, VA

#1 Jan 13, 2012
Wonder why girls really become strippers...
???

Proctorville, OH

#2 Jan 13, 2012
For the money dumbass.
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bean

Huntington, WV

#4 Jan 13, 2012
Drugs mostly...
get inked

Proctorville, OH

#5 Jan 13, 2012
It's not for the money they don't make but min wage pretty much it's bc they get attention a hoe is a hoe and u certainly can't turn one into a house wife
Obama bin Biden

Tornado, WV

#6 Jan 14, 2012
Most likely drug problems or sexually abused as a child.
6itch named karma

United States

#7 Jan 14, 2012
Most likely it is because these chics were brought up in life to rely on their bodies to get them somewhere. Most of them have no skills except taking clothes off and working a pole
formerdancer

Huntington, WV

#8 Jan 16, 2012
curious wrote:
Wonder why girls really become strippers...
It's not for drugs. I quit college which caused me to lose all my scholarships. I found a legitimate club that was not a cover for prostitution. The bouncers kept a good eye on us, and customers were not allowed to touch us. I earned thousands every night and used that money to put myself through school. What job can a person in this area get with no degree that will pay for rent, food, health insurance, all the expenses with a vehicle, and utilities as well as a college education completely out of pocket? None.

I went into it with a plan, and I executed that plan perfectly. It was also fun. Most people who judge have never actually been in a "strip club." It's not what you think. Men are very visual, and it is simply a show with dancing women. That's all. They're not prostitutes. They're entertainers. If you are not visually stimulating or capable of having a conversation with a complete stranger, you will not be successful.

I am now a marine biologist... with some amazing moves only my husband sees :)

Yes, some of the girls turned to drugs or alcoholism... but most were just like me. The other dancers I worked with became speech pathologists, cardiologists, psychologists, engineers, and nurses. People are so quick to judge, but we now have lives with opportunities they can only imagine. We simply had dreams and were willing to go out on a limb to achieve them, as most successful people do.
Get it right

Penn Laird, VA

#9 Jan 16, 2012
formerdancer wrote:
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It's not for drugs. I quit college which caused me to lose all my scholarships. I found a legitimate club that was not a cover for prostitution. The bouncers kept a good eye on us, and customers were not allowed to touch us. I earned thousands every night and used that money to put myself through school. What job can a person in this area get with no degree that will pay for rent, food, health insurance, all the expenses with a vehicle, and utilities as well as a college education completely out of pocket? None.
I went into it with a plan, and I executed that plan perfectly. It was also fun. Most people who judge have never actually been in a "strip club." It's not what you think. Men are very visual, and it is simply a show with dancing women. That's all. They're not prostitutes. They're entertainers. If you are not visually stimulating or capable of having a conversation with a complete stranger, you will not be successful.
I am now a marine biologist... with some amazing moves only my husband sees :)
Yes, some of the girls turned to drugs or alcoholism... but most were just like me. The other dancers I worked with became speech pathologists, cardiologists, psychologists, engineers, and nurses. People are so quick to judge, but we now have lives with opportunities they can only imagine. We simply had dreams and were willing to go out on a limb to achieve them, as most successful people do.
I agree with you totally! What people don't know anything about, they shouldn't comment on. I was a stripper with a plan also, now I have a college degree, and a great man who doesn't mind what I can do in the bedroom either. I also know lots of strippers who got their education, and who now have families. Of course their are some who try to make a career out of it, and its not that kind of job, but then again neither is Mcdonald's if you ask me, but I made a hell of alot more money and moved on with my life. It's all about the money, and it is amusing, its not your everyday nine to five job, but it's not for your everyday girl either. You have to know how to play the game, to make the money and who ever made minimum wage as a stripper didn't know what they were doing.
6itch named karma

Hurricane, WV

#10 Jan 16, 2012
you all must be the only exception or your lying to yourselves. every stripper that I have known makes about $200 on a good night and they use it to support their habits. And to say you worked at a respectable club, there are none around here. So maybe you did do all of what you said......but not in West Virginia.
Waiting for Internet

Huntington, WV

#11 Jan 16, 2012
formerdancer wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not for drugs. I quit college which caused me to lose all my scholarships. I earned thousands every night and used that money to put myself through school.
I am now a marine biologist... with some amazing moves only my husband sees :)
You are a marine biologist. In West Virginia. You went to a college in this area and became a marine biologist. And now you are a marine biologist in Huntington. West Virginia. God, I love this town.:)
Waiting for Internet

Huntington, WV

#12 Jan 16, 2012
Striptease is an art. If a woman has a great body and talent and she wants to dance, God bless her. I see absolutely nothing wrong in dancing, as long as it's done with grace and style.

HOWEVER...you don't have to go into a strip club around here to see what strippers really look like. All you have to do is be in a diner about 3 or 4 am. They have to eat too, and there you will see them in bright lights. If you listen to them, you will be astounded to discover that every cotton-pickin' one of them holds at least one advanced degree or doctorate, or is well on their way in the pursuit of such.

It's common knowledge that attractive young girls in high school are ALWAYS seriously interested in physics and applied sciences. You guys have noticed that, right? I remember how much competition I had in junior high trying out against all the girls with enormous boobs for "Mathletes" and Chess Club.

Now I sit and drink my coffee and bask in the intellectually stimulating discussions, but for some reason they always seem to be about "That ho Candy" and "Imma beat that bitchez azz!" I keep waiting to hear about string theory.

All teasing aside, Ladies...look up the history of striptease. Sally Rand, Josephine Baker, even our hometown girl, the beautiful Blaze Starr...not a one of them ever acted so ashamed of their talent that they made up ridiculous stories about college. The strippers who do that might as well wave a flag, "I am ashamed, and wish I was something else!"

If you're only dancing, and not whoring (another venue entirely, and disgusting), don't be ashamed. Be beautiful, be proud, and be the best. But give the "putting myself thru college" line a rest, for pity's sake. It's older than your Mamma's tassels.

:)
me

Huntington, WV

#13 Jan 16, 2012
6itch named karma wrote:
Most likely it is because these chics were brought up in life to rely on their bodies to get them somewhere. Most of them have no skills except taking clothes off and working a pole
what do u do?? I'm just curious? Probably nothing
me

Huntington, WV

#14 Jan 16, 2012
Waiting for Internet wrote:
Striptease is an art. If a woman has a great body and talent and she wants to dance, God bless her. I see absolutely nothing wrong in dancing, as long as it's done with grace and style.

HOWEVER...you don't have to go into a strip club around here to see what strippers really look like. All you have to do is be in a diner about 3 or 4 am. They have to eat too, and there you will see them in bright lights. If you listen to them, you will be astounded to discover that every cotton-pickin' one of them holds at least one advanced degree or doctorate, or is well on their way in the pursuit of such.

It's common knowledge that attractive young girls in high school are ALWAYS seriously interested in physics and applied sciences. You guys have noticed that, right? I remember how much competition I had in junior high trying out against all the girls with enormous boobs for "Mathletes" and Chess Club.

Now I sit and drink my coffee and bask in the intellectually stimulating discussions, but for some reason they always seem to be about "That ho Candy" and "Imma beat that bitchez azz!" I keep waiting to hear about string theory.

All teasing aside, Ladies...look up the history of striptease. Sally Rand, Josephine Baker, even our hometown girl, the beautiful Blaze Starr...not a one of them ever acted so ashamed of their talent that they made up ridiculous stories about college. The strippers who do that might as well wave a flag, "I am ashamed, and wish I was something else!"

If you're only dancing, and not whoring (another venue entirely, and disgusting), don't be ashamed. Be beautiful, be proud, and be the best. But give the "putting myself thru college" line a rest, for pity's sake. It's older than your Mamma's tassels.

:)
I'm sorry but I didn't see her say anywhere in her post that she was a marine biologist IN Huntington. Just sayin
me

Huntington, WV

#15 Jan 16, 2012
Waiting for Internet wrote:
Striptease is an art. If a woman has a great body and talent and she wants to dance, God bless her. I see absolutely nothing wrong in dancing, as long as it's done with grace and style.

HOWEVER...you don't have to go into a strip club around here to see what strippers really look like. All you have to do is be in a diner about 3 or 4 am. They have to eat too, and there you will see them in bright lights. If you listen to them, you will be astounded to discover that every cotton-pickin' one of them holds at least one advanced degree or doctorate, or is well on their way in the pursuit of such.

It's common knowledge that attractive young girls in high school are ALWAYS seriously interested in physics and applied sciences. You guys have noticed that, right? I remember how much competition I had in junior high trying out against all the girls with enormous boobs for "Mathletes" and Chess Club.

Now I sit and drink my coffee and bask in the intellectually stimulating discussions, but for some reason they always seem to be about "That ho Candy" and "Imma beat that bitchez azz!" I keep waiting to hear about string theory.

All teasing aside, Ladies...look up the history of striptease. Sally Rand, Josephine Baker, even our hometown girl, the beautiful Blaze Starr...not a one of them ever acted so ashamed of their talent that they made up ridiculous stories about college. The strippers who do that might as well wave a flag, "I am ashamed, and wish I was something else!"

If you're only dancing, and not whoring (another venue entirely, and disgusting), don't be ashamed. Be beautiful, be proud, and be the best. But give the "putting myself thru college" line a rest, for pity's sake. It's older than your Mamma's tassels.

:)
and you rally just sound like a hater! What's wrong your husband frequent the strip clubs?
me

Huntington, WV

#16 Jan 16, 2012
Waiting for Internet wrote:
Striptease is an art. If a woman has a great body and talent and she wants to dance, God bless her. I see absolutely nothing wrong in dancing, as long as it's done with grace and style.

HOWEVER...you don't have to go into a strip club around here to see what strippers really look like. All you have to do is be in a diner about 3 or 4 am. They have to eat too, and there you will see them in bright lights. If you listen to them, you will be astounded to discover that every cotton-pickin' one of them holds at least one advanced degree or doctorate, or is well on their way in the pursuit of such.

It's common knowledge that attractive young girls in high school are ALWAYS seriously interested in physics and applied sciences. You guys have noticed that, right? I remember how much competition I had in junior high trying out against all the girls with enormous boobs for "Mathletes" and Chess Club.

Now I sit and drink my coffee and bask in the intellectually stimulating discussions, but for some reason they always seem to be about "That ho Candy" and "Imma beat that bitchez azz!" I keep waiting to hear about string theory.

All teasing aside, Ladies...look up the history of striptease. Sally Rand, Josephine Baker, even our hometown girl, the beautiful Blaze Starr...not a one of them ever acted so ashamed of their talent that they made up ridiculous stories about college. The strippers who do that might as well wave a flag, "I am ashamed, and wish I was something else!"

If you're only dancing, and not whoring (another venue entirely, and disgusting), don't be ashamed. Be beautiful, be proud, and be the best. But give the "putting myself thru college" line a rest, for pity's sake. It's older than your Mamma's tassels.

:)
*really*
Waiting for Internet

Huntington, WV

#17 Jan 16, 2012
formerdancer lists her location as Huntington, right under her name.
Waiting for Internet

Huntington, WV

#18 Jan 16, 2012
she says she "is NOW a marine biologist". So I guess that means she is practicing this science in the town she lists for herself. Just sayin.:)
Waiting for Internet

Huntington, WV

#19 Jan 16, 2012
"me", read again what I said, for pity's sake. I don't hate it at all. If anything, I support the craft. Just read it again, or attack me....whichever is easiest.
me

Huntington, WV

#20 Jan 16, 2012
Waiting for Internet wrote:
"me", read again what I said, for pity's sake. I don't hate it at all. If anything, I support the craft. Just read it again, or attack me....whichever is easiest.
well your "teasing" seemed to me like you were making fun to be mean not nice and just because it lists her current location as Huntington doesn't mean she doesn't work somewhere else.
me

Huntington, WV

#21 Jan 16, 2012
Waiting for Internet wrote:
"me", read again what I said, for pity's sake. I don't hate it at all. If anything, I support the craft. Just read it again, or attack me....whichever is easiest.
I wasn't attacking you I just asked simple question.

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