I recently interviewed a stripper who has been dancing in the nude clubs for the past five years. It is through our conversation that I was able to gather enough information to now educate you on what it takes to become a successful six-figure a year money-making Stripper. There is this big stigma in society that being stripper is a negative and degrading career. Therefore, the best way to protect yourself from harsh and even violent criticisms from family, friends, and others is to find a cover job. The biggest issue that can arise is when people start questioning how your part time job can support your current lifestyle.
Show less Becoming a stripper is easy -- most clubs are usually looking for more help. If you've considered the benefits and ramifications of the job and have decided that you want to go for it, read on. To become a stripper, spend some time visiting the clubs around town until you find one where you could imagine yourself working. Afterwards, ask one of them to introduce you to the manager, who you can ask about auditioning and how to apply for work. Before your audition, practice your routine while wearing heels at home, since trying it barefoot will feel completely different. Then, bring your belongings and ID to the audition, and dance.
This Veteran Stripper Coaches Dancers On How To Maximize Their Hustle
Meet Chase Kelly. Through her website, Survive the Club , she offers advice, insight, and one-on-one coaching. I was going through an ugly break up, I had been dancing for five years but hadn't saved a dime, and I was having a hard time figuring out how to be an adult.
Show less Contrary to popular belief, not all strippers are young, perfect looking women. In fact, strippers range in age from 18 all the way up into their 50s, and come in all different body types and shapes. Another thing to consider is whether you can deal with rejection and rude or aggressive customers on a regular basis, which will be common as a stripper.