1) Every stripper makes 1,000 dollars a night
Let me be the first to tell you the last time I made $1000 a night just shaking my ass….was NEVER!!! Two years ago when I use to dance at KOD, the most I ever made in one night was $850. Now I'm not saying you can't make 1,000 dollars in one shift. That is possible. I have seen some women walk out with trash bags. Making 1,000 dollars consistently every single night just stripping in 2017 isn't true. Most dancers make between 200-800 dollars a night just dancing if they aren't famous. That is still good money compared to a regular job
2)Stripping isn't a real job
Whoever tells you being an exotic dancer isn't a job has never climbed a pole before. They probably haven't done a 30 minute back room either. *eye roll*
Exotic dancing is a job. We make schedules, we put in sweat and tears, and work a minimum of eight hours. If that isn't isn't a job, I don't know what is. Now granted our job is different than most, but we pay to come in and entertain others. Respect the hustle
3) Strippers are sub human and you can treat us however you like, and talk to us any kind of way
Every single day, I brace myself for what could potentially come out customers’ mouths to me. Strippers are human. We are someone's mother, sister, daughter, girlfriend, etc and that deserves respect. I have had people make fun of where I'm from, how I choose to wear, and my basic appearance. I have had people slap my ads without asking, lick me, and bash me for what I do.
Remember….you decided to come to an exotic dancer's job. We didn't force you to come. The same way you want respect at work, treat us with the same. Don't be rude, treat us as queens, and understand words can be hurtful. We are not superhuman and void of emotion.
4)Strippers are sluts, whores, and home wreckers
Exotic dancers are sexual beings JUST LIKE EVERYONE else. Recently I was confronted and accused of being a prostitute. Just because you know I strip, doesn't give you the right to bash me as a woman who dances naked. Who exotic dancers choose to have sex with is nobody's business. Calling a stripper a slut shows how little you value
yourself and sex. People who call dancers names are afraid. You are afraid of the POWER we have. The power to be free, the power to make money off our bodies, and the power to be a beautiful woman. Stop self projecting your own insecurities on us.
As far as home wreckers, exotic dancers don't seek married men or taken men. They are grown and make the decision to come to see us. They beg, harrass, and try to solicit us. Stop blaming women for a man's lack of self control. That isn't fair nor right.