(Closed) Spinoff – I was a stripper for 5 years – ask me anything!

posted 5 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 32
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

How much is the most you ever made in one night? What about what you made on an average night? Thanks for sharing your experience…very interesting!

Post # 33
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Buzzing Beekeeper

UnderCoverBee555:  yeah we still had to list all employment even where we held multiple jobs at once. 

Post # 36
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

UnderCoverBee555:  not stripper related but did you go to law school in Montreal!? lol – If so, what was your experience? I’m applying to U de M

Post # 39
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman

Were most of the girls what you see on tv in terms of looks and body type or were there some plus sized girls, older ladies etc? Was there a lot of cosmetic surgery going on? 

Post # 40
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

TheGridMonster:  my friends who are lawyers went through some grueling background checks. 

Post # 41
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Helper bee

The thought of doing anything sexual with someone I am not attracted to makes me want to vomit. So I was wondering, how did you handle guys you aren’t attracted to touching you sexually and having to touch them? Or grinding on a gross, old guy and feeling his erection? I’m cringing just writing this, haha. Did you block it out and just try not think about it too hard?

Post # 43
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2017

Haha I’m glad you posted this. I was actually thinking of commenting (due to the abundance of strip club related posts recently). 

I was a stripper in Toronto but quit last year. From what you said it sounds like its pretty much the same dynamic as here. House fee was usually between $20-60 per night depending on where you work and then you keep the rest. (With a few exceptions of the ‘poker chip’ system at certain clubs that took credit cards). $20/per song and then table dances were $10/song. 

To be honest, it really changed my perspective of men… in a bad way. Don’t get me wrong, you’d meet a really nice guy every now and then but the majority of the regulars were creepy boring pervs. I also had a bf the entire time who hated what I did for work, it caused lots of issues with us.

I was actually curious how things worked in Montreal? Do you have to get a lisence there? If you’re working in downtown Toronto we had to have ‘burlesque entertainer licenses’ issued by the municipal licensing standards office, but I was curious if other Canadian cities did the same thing?

 

Post # 44
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Buzzing bee

UnderCoverBee555:  Yeah, the guy who bit my sister bit her on the ass, and he got a big slap to the face. The worst thing was the club wouldn’t even do anything about it. That was the straw for her to no longer work at clubs that allowed people to touch the dancers.

She also hated bachelor parties, because they tend to be the rowdiest and cheapest patrons. They usually are full of dudes who don’t normally go to clubs, so they expect the world for a few dollars. 

Post # 45
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Buzzing bee

Some random questions: what’s the oldest stripper you’ve ever worked with? And once you got fluent with pole work, how much of a workout was it? I ask because I took a trial class but it seemed like a lot of work to get anywhere approaching good and as such, it wasn’t like, say, running or taking a high intensity boot camp class. But it looks fun and I wonder if I should stick with it. Strippers typically have phenomenal bodies.

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