- Customer:*grabs my ass*
- Me:*turns around and holds my hand out for money* you touch it you buy it
- Customer:Haha nope, all I did was grab your ass babe
- Me:and you think it's okay to do that for free? Would you do that to a girl on the street?
- Customer:Well a girl on the street wouldn't be dressed like that, would she?
- Me:So if a girl on the street was wearing lingerie you'd grab her ass? Clothing equals consent for you?
- Customer:Um, ye- no *laughs nervously*
- Customers friend:ya know, you kinda have to pay her now or you're admitting to sexual assault, don't be a dick
- Stripper:So, would you like a dance?
- Customer:Nah, but I'll buy you drinks, happy to do that
- Stripper:Thank you, but I'm not here to party. Can't pay the rent in vodka. I'd honestly rather you tip me the money you would have used to buy me a drink
- Customer:Nah babe, I'm not into that. I don't need to pay chicks to talk to me
- Stripper:You're in a fucking strip club.
“How many drinks have you had?”
Stripping is a real job. Stripping is not easy money. Stripping can make you a lot of money if you’ve got the skill set, work ethic, and endurance. If you think otherwise, check yourself and stay in your lane.
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As a stripper, I am faced with this question daily. If not online, then by my peers. If not by my peers, then by the judgemental partners of some of the other girls I dance with. If not by their partners, then by customers themselves! Someone, somewhere, is always going to be asking me (and any othe...
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Today at school this magician performed and he also offered to make balloon animals after. I had him make me a unicorn and alien. My friend got two strippers on a pole in balloon form I kid you not.