How to Become A Stripper – How Trinity Chose a Club

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The club you Choose can make a big difference

The club you Choose can make a big difference

Hi everyone,

Are you enjoying Trinity’s story so far? If you don’t know what I am talking about have a read of Trinity a blog reader who has just started stripping and is telling us how she is doing. start reading here – How to become a stripper

I asked Trinity how she chose her club and she was happy to tell me this

Choosing My Club

There’’s only one club near where I live that is within a reasonable driving distance. I called them to ask about their auditions and what kind of things I would need for the audition as well. But I also read enough on this blog and other good sites about what kind of questions to ask about the Club you want to audition at;

Do they have security guards?

How well are Private dances monitored?

What are the rules about private dances?

My club has one security guard on duty during the week (small club) and two during the weekend. The guards are constantly walking around and observing, one will be stationed at the Private dance area at ALL times during which private dances are being given and also walk the girls out for smoke breaks and to their cars after the shift.

Our private dances and stage dances are STRICTLY hands off. At no point is the customer allowed to touch one of the dancers while she is doing any kind of dance. I had one gentleman touch my side to see my tattoo and I didn’t really think anything of it but the security guard asked him to not touch me and then my boss reminded me NO ONE is to touch me while I’m naked or doing a private dance. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Had they been very lax about these rules or looked the other way when girls went past their boundaries, I wouldn’t have worked there. Period. I am an entertainer, not a plaything. I believe that myself and all the other women I work with are first class and we all demand respect.

All in all, when it comes to choosing a club, I have to restate what Mia’s been telling you in her blog all along- Work where you feel safe, valued and comfortable. Don’t settle for less than you deserve.

Wasn’t that just fantastic? I thought that was really good advice

We are all rooting for you Trinity..

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