I really hope that you pursue being a tattoo artist. It is a skill you can use your whole life, unlike stripping, which you can only do for a certain number of years. There are dancers of all different body types and looks, so if you end up doing it WHEN YOU ARE OF LEGAL AGE, I’m sure you will find a job somewhere. I do want you to know a couple things though. This life can be very emotionally draining. You are constantly judged and talked down to and rejected. It is also physically dangerous at times. For example, I work in a heavily guarded no touch type club and someone STILL attempted rape on me two weeks ago. There’s also the druggies, the boozers, the unsafe/illegal prostituting. I have said this before: I love this lifestyle but knowing what I know now, would never wish it upon anyone else. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pursue tattooing, but if you decide you still want to dance, think of it as a side job, get all the money you can drain from it then get the fuck out.
I don’t know about all that but thank you!
- Stripper: Go to the ATM, go to the front desk and get ones, tip that girl on stage, give me a dollar to tip my friend on stage, come with me, sit down over here, give me 20 dollars, let's have a dance, let's have another dance, let's get a drink, tip the waitress, tip the bartender, visit my stage, make it rain on me, let's go to the VIP room, let's get funny money, give me your credit card and ID, I'm hungry, let's buy some food, let's buy a bottle of champagne, tip my boobs, let my friend dance for you, tip her, tip me for my time, come back next Tuesday and bring lots of money and bring your friends with money.
- Society: Strippers are degraded victims with no power or agency!