I guess that best place to start is the start, so how did you get into stripping? While I was in university, I figured the fastest way for me to make money was getting into stripping. I personally stayed in the industry because I enjoy my job a lot.
You're probably not the whole package, but you're going to have to become the whole package — fast. Everybody deals with different challenges that they have to overcome. Personally I didn't have a background in dancing at all.
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It takes more than pole-dance classes and locker-room selfies to become a stripper. Stripping -- and the hustle of selling your time and company -- is a competitive sales job in a highly stigmatized atmosphere. As a stripper of seven years, I know that my chosen work is not for everyone.
No one goes to school to learn how to be an ecdysiast after graduation. Not to put down anyone in this unique line of work, but for most of them it was not a job they expected to be doing when they were still young. With that aside, is stripping a good business?
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The law that Ottawa introduced to sanction its de facto ban on foreign strippers is unconstitutional and would be defeated in court, prominent Toronto lawyer Morris Manning said yesterday. Citizenship and Immigration Minister Diane Finley "is acting outside her authority in a manner that is contrary to the rule of law and democratic principles," Manning wrote in a legal opinion for the Adult Entertainment Association of Canada, which hired him to fight the ban that for five years has choked off their supply of exotic dancers.
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.
Confessions of a male stripper in Toronto. It's Saturday night. On the main floor of male strip club Remingtons at Yonge and Gerrard, a blond, blue-eyed dancer is on stage. The slow burn of his body movements - in tandem with 'Crazy' by Aerosmith - compels the women, including a bachelorette party, to scream and clap.
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This is a story about anger. This is a story about racism, twerking for change, single mothers, financial struggle, exhaustion, resistance, extortion, stigma, sex work, alienation, seeing the future and the past, knowing all the ways we are being screwed and getting dressed up anyway. Because we have rent, kids, student loans, a grandmother with dementia.