What does it take to be a stripper?


I am 17 years old about to Be 18. Due to not having any support from my family has left me struggling. So I’ve been thinking about possibly becoming a stripper. I am not sure I have the right look and I have no clue what to expect. Many unanswered questions; How do you become a stripper? What is it like going…

how do you become a stripper: you walk into a strip club and ask for an application. before choosing a strip club to apply at, make sure you’ve read reviews online and, if possible, have attended the club as a customer. they will either ask you to come back and audition or have you audition then.

what is it like…: it’s scary at first. the first few times are the hardest just because you’re nervous. it’s like public speaking, just remind yourself to go 5X slower than you think you’re going and try the same tactics to maintain confidence that you would when public speaking and you’ll be fine. it gets a lot easier once you get used to it, and then it can be empowering and fun (assuming you don’t get involved in any risky behavior).

how do you deal with it: positive attitude. i don’t see it as something i have to “deal with”. if you do, you’ll go in with a negative attitude, it will reflect off you, and you won’t make as much money. i drop my son off at my mom or sisters house, whichever one is watching him for the night, before i go back home to get ready. i’ll usually already be in a good mood from being with him all day, but i think it’s a lot easier to maintain that good mood when i’m able to get ready for work without any distractions. i also blast “girl power” music while i’m getting ready (jumpin jumpin, am to pm, i love rock and roll, ect). it puts me in a good mood, and then work is fun. then you don’t have to “deal” with being at the club, you can enjoy it.

when people ask where you work: GET A SECOND JOB. a part time day job that only has you working maybe two or three days a week is fine. you need a cover job. if people ask where you work, say there. i work in at a hospital as my second job, and i just tell people it’s full time. also, you are not going to strip forever, and you need something to put on future applications to fill the void for however long you strip. not only that, but if you have a bad night, you will have a back up pay, which won’t put you in such a bad mood after a bad night, so you’ll be able to go to work again after with a good attitude.

Right body: there is none. it’s not about looking pretty. there are a lot of average looking girls making over a grand in one night. you have to know psychology, and you have to know marketing. it doesn’t hurt to be conscious of your body image. i body build (as women, we will not get bulky if we body build because we don’t have high enough testosterone levels) and eat right 7 days a week. eat low carb, high protein. as long as you take care of your body, the rest doesn’t really matter. bigger breasts usually earn more money, but you can always sell what you’ve got.

don’t think you could do it. if you’re going to go in and audition for a manager and probably other employees at the club, you better know you can do it. practice in front of a mirror, practice in front of your boyfriend if you have one, make sure you are comfortable with your body no matter what anyone says, because it will be judged.

also, don’t forget to save and invest. put most the money you earn every night in the bank, and invest in your future by continuing your education while you strip. stripping is an amazing way to get out of a financial slump, but if you don’t do it right, then you’ll find yourself a retired stripper around 30 years in the exact same slump you started in. make sure you have something to show for this 20 years down the road.

good luck

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What does it take to be a stripper?
I am 17 years old about to Be 18. Due to not having any support from my family has left me struggling. So I’ve been thinking about possibly becoming a stripper. I am not sure I have the right look and I have no clue what to expect. Many unanswered questions; How do you become a stripper? What is it like going into this industry? How do you deal with it? What do you tell people that ask you were you work? What is the right body for this kind of job? Fill me in please.

I am 5’5, short pixie styled brown hair, slender (but I have curves;a small pouch), my bra size is 36B, and I have heard that I have a nice butt. Not extremely comfortable with being nude in a room full of judgmental strangers, but if it came down to it I think I…

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What does it take to be a stripper?
I am 17 years old about to Be 18. Due to not having any support from my family has left me struggling. So I've been thinking about possibly becoming a stripper. I am not sure I have the right look and I have no clue what to expect. Many unanswered questions; How do you become a stripper? What…

It really depends on were you want work or were you work,
Some strip clubs have obese strippers, while other have curvy busty women, while other have skinny, small breasted women, or all the above, You sound gorgeous, you dont have to be naked if you dont want to, strippers are usually only naked for a minute after a show, and then once they are they take there clothes and leave, Or you can be topless or in a bikini or under wear, I think you would just go to a local club and ask to apply.and how you feel is up to you, again depends, on you. It can be exciting for some, scary for others, and as for telling people tell them your either a) a dancer b) a model, or c) the truth.
And it can be fun, you should probably have some experience, with dancing, and you’ll probably get close with the people you work with, make friends with the girls, after all you got to look out for each other in that business, your boss might want you to get breast implants, it all comes down to how you look, who owns the place, and the atmosphere.
It can be fun for some, just be careful and know what your getting into, you might make alot, but if your religious in a way it it can be scary, just do what ever you feel right and good luck.
(Im very open minded.)
After all its better then being a hooker.
Be your self please, and you should probably carry mace in your purse.

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Best of luck!

Hi,

I would highly suggest reading “How To Be A Stripper: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know But Were Too Afraid To Ask.” It’s written by a former professional stripper and provides answers to all the questions you asked in your question. You can preview it by clicking on the link below.

Although how you’ve described yourself sounds perfect, making money while stripping is more about how you treat customers and how special you make them feel, than how you look.

As you’re only 17, you’ll have to wait until you’re at least 18 to start dancing. And even then, your main option would be a fully nude club (most topless clubs require you to be at least 21 years old). It’s only natural to be uncomfortable at first, but once you get the hang of it, you wont find it so difficult.

Good luck to you!

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Funny!!! Do you know how to find out your “stripper name?” Take the name of your first pet as your first name, and the first street you remember living on as your last… my stripper name is Fluffy Ferguson!! Try it… it works!! LOL!! I should post this as a question… I bet I get some funny answers!!

Size, shape, weight, etc do not matter {just find a club that likes your body type} as long as you exude sex appeal {fun, happy, engaging, self-confident, smile a lot, you fake real well that you are attracted to the men watching you dance and giving you money as you move in seductive ways, a bit of a tease, etc.} Be physically fit (not necessarily perfect) so you can do dance routines without breathing heavy or breaking out in a big sweat.

You need to be able to disconnect your mind from your body so that when you are undressed on stage, you do not think about it but just do your dancing and exotic and erotic moves [like an actress in a nude scene in a movie]. Pick a respectable club, because you will be safer. Legal strip clubs are licensed and regulated, so stripping is a legitimate job, even if many people have moral objections to it. {The guys in the clubs are not judgemental. They appreciate you and your efforts.}

You could tell people that you are a waitress, because that it the side job dancers do in the clubs to mingle with the guys and get more tips. [Until you are 21, you can probably only dance in clubs that are alcohol free.]

Make friends with women in the business, and learn from them. {You could also trying being a web cam girl.}

Remember that strip clubs etc are really a part of the Sex Industry. If you aren’t comfortable being naked in a room full of judgemental strangers would you be happy being the object of the sexual frustration of men?
Naked modelling for artists and photographers is another matter and usually very respectable, but doesn’t sound as if this is what you are considering.

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