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. Between my love life, the shame of being broke, and the newfound realization that my childhood was more traumatic than I had recognized, I was ready for a full-fledged recommitment to myself. Heartbreak made it hard to get out of bed, but I had bills to pay, so I made it to the club. I felt lucky to have a job like dancing because it gave me flexibility to heal at my own pace.
The number one thing that dancers like about stripping is the money. Most women expressed that, at least in the beginning , to be given rolls of cash for making conversation, drinking freely, and giving the occasional private dance was very exciting. For many dancers, like Laura, who is 19 years old, money made from stripping also allowed them much needed financial security , and the means to provide some luxuries for their children. Laura said:. It's helped our life a lot because financially speaking — I moved out when I was 16, had my little boy at
By Tamara Abraham for MailOnline. A stripper has published a photo of the money she makes in a single night as a response to the people who ask her why she does what she does for a living. Financial statement: A stripper has published a photo of the money she makes in a single shift as a response to the people who ask her why she does what she does for a living. The user, Menagerii, who says stripping is paying her way through an engineering degree at ' one of the most prestigious public tech schools in the U.