Many people (mostly women); who have never been or experienced a strip club, and some that have; believe stripping and pole dancing is the last stop for damaged and desperate people with no other options.
But research has shown that Strippers or Pole Dancers have remarkably high job satisfaction. A study in Britain found a majority of women in the Stripping industry loved their job! Strippers took home as much as $74,500 a year. In south Africa a strip dancer can take home from R40 000 to well over R120 000 a month.
Research has proven that Strippers did not choose their career because of non-monetary motivations. That means they decided to become strippers for reasons other than "staving off starvation. They become strippers because they wanted to be RICH! Stripping is the road to riches, and not the boulevard of broken dreams. The dregs of society don't belong here! Stripping is about Glamour, Fantasy and Big Spenders!
“I have heard people say things like “women who choose to remove their clothing for money must have must have daddy issues." They must come from broken homes or they have been abused. The media likes to paint Strippers as victims of abuse. You can find many stories of strippers who are runaways, dropouts, or women drowning in such low self-esteem, they felt they had nothing else to offer the world.
The real story backed by real research; found that 66 percent of Strippers in the UK were raised by both their mother and father (only slightly less than the general population), and 91 percent reported being close with their parents. And 78 percent reported no exposure to nudity or pornography as children whatsoever!
In the real world, research has proven the victim picture painted by popular media is far from the truth! "Trauma didn't lead women to stripping; in fact, it is “the lack of trauma that gave women the confidence to strip.” You have to have self-confidence and self-belief to go on stage and bare it all! People who were abused don't handle being sexualized well. It's something you "have" that makes you good Stripper; not something you "don’t have have."
1. More women are employed in the Stripper dance industry than in all other dance forms combined. Many women from many different backgrounds have worked as a stripper at some point in their lives. Often when I tell women I am an agent for strippers, at least one in ten successful corporate women, wink and confess that she was once a stripper too.
2. Stripping is empowering for women! Most women have felt degraded or discriminated against in the workplace. You will experience much more abuse and sexism in the corporate world, than stripping. Stripping is all about asserting your sexual power! Like any other job that involves emotional labor and physical expression, stripping can be incredibly empowering, fulfilling and exhilarating.
3. Strippers are in the entertainment industry. Strippers like actors, singers and other dance forms are entertainers. Strippers aren’t prostitutes or porn stars. Stripping is entertainment not sex. Please don’t assume that the stripper giving you a lap dance will offer additional services. Stripping is the art of sexual fantasy. This make stripping safe, clean and attractive for any girl wanting to get to taste the good life.
4. The Stripper is the BOSS! The money the client pays belongs to the dancer. Yes, all of it! The strip dance industry considers strippers independent contractors, which means that instead of clubs paying dancers, dancers pay the club a “levy” to work there. Strippers pay rent/Levy to work in a club like a business pays the land lord to have an office or a shop. A dancer is an independent business woman and she wears the pants and those shoes are made for dancing!
6. Strip Clubs are about Fantasy, not about Sex. There are an infinite number of fantasies are about sex. Some people go to strip clubs to party with their friends, others go to see women naked other than their girlfriends or wives. A large number of men who go to strip clubs have fantasies that involve emotional connection rather than physical intimacy.
Many of guys go to strip clubs to feel; VALIDATED! Many regulars at strip clubs will pay the girls to listen to him talk about his marital problems for a few minutes, week after week. Strippers often end up being more like therapists — Just hotter and with just with less clothing on.
7. Your boyfriend isn’t going to get with a stripper if he goes to a strip club. Strip clubs are about fantasy – it is a fantasy world like Disney world. Your boyfriend doesn’t want to be with a stripper, he wants to engage in some make-believe and then take that excitement home to you. Going to a strip club means he has an active imagination and so you should enjoy the ride!
The reality is as awesome as your boyfriend is, the stripper doesn’t want to be with him either. Her job is to entertainer, but once her shift is over she wants to go home to her own boyfriend or girlfriend, not yours!
8. Strip clubs are multinational chains. Most successful strip clubs are owned by large corporations, and are managed more like a casino than a biker bar. Many clubs feature plush décor and luxurious menu. Seedy joint in dark alley, full of the dregs of society don't belong here! We are about Glamour, Fantasy and Big Spenders!
9. Being a Stripper is supper cool! POP STARS & CELEBS ARE GOING STRIPPER COOL! Pop stars and celebrities dress like strippers. Over the past several years, mainstream news outlets have pointed out the fact that Katy Perry, Rihana, Britney, Miley, Lindsay Lohan and countless others often dress stripper chic in public appearances and in music videos. CNN even created a YouTube video which says that going stripper is the way to stay on top in the music industry. According to a recent study, 86.3 percent of people think stripping is a legitimate line of work!
10 .) Strippers have the highest job satisfaction! According to a study done by Leeds University, 3 out of 4 strippers were satisfied with their jobs. That is a whopping. 75%! You don't need a 9-5 job you need Exclusive Dance Recruitment!
Chris is a passionate supporter of the strip dance industry, as a way of empowering women. He believes the strip tease industry is creating a better future for families, businesses and society in general. Chris loves taking on new challenges that drive a positive change. He loves helping people to be the best they can and make the most of their lives.