STRIPPER TIPS | Safety Tips – When Leaving The Club

Safety Tips – When Leaving The Club

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The previous page was about safety in the club, this page is about Safety as You leave the Club a very important point when learning how to become  a stripper:

Stripper Tips – Safety 1.
Never leave with a customer. You do not really know who they are, you might be intoxicated and not be totally aware of your surroundings and some clubs will actually fire you if they see you leave with a customer. No matter what they promise you,do not leave with them….ever! Also never tell acustomer what time you finish…I just say…oh the club makes me stay and do paperwork, and I never kniow how long that takes!

Stripper Tips – Safety  2.
Make sure you always have a phone on you….and that it is charged and has credits so you could make a phonecall in an emergency. Programme the police phone number as speed dial just in case you need it in a hurry.
Make sure you leave with someone. If you are walking to a car or a cab, try and get the bouncer to walk you (please tip him….your safety is priceless)

Stripper Safety Tip 3. When you are leaving look around and make sure that no one is watching you. You never know if someone may be following you, so make sure.

If you are driving home, Make sure that your car has gas in it, that it is in good working order. We leave work when most helpful people sleep, so do not be at mercy of anyone. Make sure you have your keys before you get to your car so that you are not fumbling.

Stripper Safety Tip 4.
Also if you are driving make sure you do not drink. You may feel like you are fine, but it can get very hard to judge, so be on the safe side and don’t drink at all.

Stripper Safety Tip 5
Don’t tell anyone how much money you have made. It is very easy to target girls outside of the strip club after work, be very careful. I tell the girls that I collect a cheque because it is safer….I don’t really but as people know I earn quite a lot, they don’t think I have it in cold hard cash

Stripper Safety Tip 6
If you are going to use a cab service, make sure you find a reputable one. Phone a couple in the day time and ask how long they have been there, how they check the safety of their drivers. Then stick to the same cab company and if possible driver every night so that you are safe. Do not trust any other cab service and if you can share a cab it is better and more safe.

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23 Responses to “Safety Tips – When Leaving The Club”

  1. Rich on May 5th, 2009 5:42 am

    During these tough economic times criminals are looking for any opportuties to make a quick buck and strippers are an easy target. It is important that you protect yourself. Check out some wonderful non-lethal smart products that are available to defend yourself and remove yourself from a dangerous situation. My favorites are the Cell phone stun guns, Pepper spray ring, lipstick pepper spray and the personal alarms. They are very affordable. your safety is important

  2. Peter on January 14th, 2010 5:05 pm

    ….I’m not a stripper anymore, but I wish I’d known this page excisted when I was.
    I’m 24 years old, and worked (illegally) since I was 17, in a rather shady gay club where you would definitely NOT get fired for leaving with a customer, to put it mildly…

    I had no safety net at all, and a lot of things happened that I wish never did.

    Thank you so much for aiding other strippers, and a lot of these tips are great wheather one is a stripper or not…

    Young, gay male ex-stripper, Peter.

  3. Kit on January 16th, 2010 10:11 am

    How much would one tip a bouncer to escort to a car?

  4. mia on February 16th, 2010 2:16 pm

    Thank you Peter

    And I am so sorry tohear you had to put up with that
    Are you still in the industry

    i would really appreciate if you would talk to me more. Would a private email be better?

    Hopefully we will talk soon

  5. mia on February 16th, 2010 2:17 pm

    Hi Kit

    Now this depends.
    If it is a daily thing, then you can do it once a week say 40 or so

    If it is a one off thing then 10 should be enough

    Mia x

  6. Self Operated Security on March 10th, 2010 3:17 am

    20 ways to keep yourself safe
    Here are 20 tips that may help you protect yourself from becoming a victim of sexual assault.
    - 1. Try not to isolate yourself or your location Day or night when you are alone you are much more vulnerable. Mace spray may be your best protection if you do find yourself alone.

    - 2. Stay in the light. Criminals thrive on the element of surprise.

    - 3. Get in the car, don’t hang around parking lots. Get in the car and drive.

    - 4. Practice with your weapon of choice. Take a class read a book, research and practice your moves. Be prepared when the time comes.

    - 5. Organize, don’t reach for your mace spray and pull out your pen. Keep your hand bag in order and your weapons in an easy to reach location.

    - 6. Carry weapons to protect yourself as often as possible.

    - 7. Know your weaknesses. Bad knees lacking endurance. Work on your weakness’s and make them your strength’s.

    - 8. Stay vigilant watch your back and know your surroundings.

    - 9. Think on your feet and be prepared. Respond quickly.

    - 10. Wait in a well lit area. When waiting for transportation stay within reach of other people.

    - 11. Busy train compartments are the safer option when traveling late at night

    - 12. Medium traffic train compartments are a good choice during rush hours. You don’t want to be groped or fondled without finding out who the perpetrator is.

    - 13. Have your keys ready when on your way to the car. Get in and go

    - 14. When driving keep your doors locked and your windows closed.

    - 15. Keep your car locked. At the gas station store or library you can never be too careful.

    - 16. Call a taxi instead of hailing one. The driver can be better traced this way.

    - 17. Walk against traffic so you can be better seen by oncoming cars. Be sure not to get blinded by the lights though.

    - 18. Avoid using an MP3 or anything that plugs into your ears. You need to be alert and aware of your surroundings.

    - 19. Watch your drinks. Someone may slip something into your drink that could render you helpless.

    - 20. Practice self defense and take classes!

  7. Peter on March 16th, 2010 12:02 pm

    Yes, Mia. I’d like that, please.

    I’m sure you can see my address there.

  8. Peter on August 5th, 2010 12:16 pm

    Hey, Mia.

    Yes, I’d love to talk more with you. ^^

    You can reach me on this address whenever you want:

    And no, I’m not technically in the industry anymore; I’m a bartender in another club now.

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  10. dana on November 8th, 2010 6:33 am

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  11. olga on November 11th, 2010 4:41 pm

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  12. vanity on November 11th, 2010 6:00 pm

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  13. gigi on November 27th, 2010 11:00 pm

    it’s always better to have multiple ways to protect yourself. relying soley on one thing can backfire. what if you carry pepper spray and there’s a strong wind or the attacker gets you from behind? what if you rely on your self defense classes and you’re attacked by multiple people at once? then you’re SOL!

    LAYER your defense.

    I ALWAYS have a bouncer walk me to my car and I have a cell phone stun gun and a personal alarm within reach when walking to my car. I work in a VERY dangerous area. you can order them on amazon or a self defense website. they’re REALLY affordable (especially if you dance)

    I keep my personal alarm clipped to my jeans. depending on which one you get you have to pull out a pin or press a button and they’re REALLY loud. I keep my cell phone stun gun in my hand when walking to my car.

    also, protect your car!!! make your car look empty so it doesn’t get broken into. mine got broken into and I had expensive electronics in there that got stolen. never again!!! I’m SUPER careful. I take my GPS with me into the club and lock it up with the rest of my stuff. don’t tempt thieves. I keep 50 dollars in my glove box for emergencies but I lock it up. don’t even leave CHANGE in your car.

    don’t tell anyone how much you made. don’t wear ANY jewelry. even if it’s a cheap walmart bracelet, a guy doesn’t know that.

    also, don’t carry around your cell phone with you when you’re on the floor. don’t carry your ID with you. keep your money on your person while you’re in the club. I carry around a purse when I’m on the floor but I just have makeup, perfume, granola bars, and mints in it. if somebody took it I wouldn’t really care. if someone stole my cell phone and ID I would care, so I don’t bring it with me.

    BE PARANOID! take precautions. it doesn’t matter if nothing bad has ever happened to you or any of the girls you work with. I never thought anything would happen to me and I was shocked when I was walking to my car and my window was smashed and everything was gone! I’m just glad it was my stuff and not me.

  14. mia how to become a stripper on November 29th, 2010 11:08 am

    Hey Gigi

    That is great advice!

    Thank you for your help. I am sure it will help keep girls safe. I admire your vigilance!
    Mia xx

  15. Austin on December 3rd, 2010 2:11 am

    Wow, thanks for the great info I will definately link you on my blog.

  16. Crista Rabenold on December 7th, 2010 7:15 pm

    Thank you very much for contributing a great comment!

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  18. Trish on January 4th, 2011 6:56 pm

    Really helpful information for me. Thnak U much times as think as possible. Luv U

  19. Patty on January 12th, 2011 3:49 pm

    Thanks Mia, I have been stripping for 3 years now and I still found here something new and interesting. Thanks

  20. Inga on June 24th, 2011 4:37 pm

    This is suuuuch good, important info…. For a long time I didn’t think about some of these dangers. It wasn’t till I started dating a cop that I really opened my eyes to what can happen if ur unaware. I’m looking to become a dancer and these tips are soooo helpful. Luckily, I really pay attention now wherever I go. U can’t be to careful!

  21. Jason on March 16th, 2013 10:37 pm

    Dear Gentleman’s Club Dancers,

    Tip your damn bouncers! There’s nothing more aggrivating than putting your own safety at risk for minumum wages and not getting tipped out by a dancer if you walk them to their car. You’re more than likely to be forgotten about after your shifts or when a customer starts being inappropriate, to get a “slower than usual” response time, if any at all. Everyone’s gotta eat. Tip your bouncers. We ensure you’re not getting violated in the parking lots and in the club by the dirt bags.

    Your Bouncers

  22. angel on June 26th, 2013 1:30 pm

    I am 21 and so new to the sex industry. I worked as an erotic masseuse for 2 shifts and walked out on the third due to too much pressure for me to do extras when I just wanted to do standard service..(as far as manual) as well as a front desk lady who did not conduct herself appropriately.
    I did well though in respects to the allure and I’d like to do something more creative within this industry, earn good money and maintain my determined boundaries.
    This web site is invaluable, the whole thing seems so daunting yet a challenge I’m eager to meet :-) You’re generous for putting this time aside.
    what I realised after my experience is know what your walking into and do pre meditate. I got so much mis information and conflicting information it was difficult to stick to my guns.

    So I have some questions;
    I am clueless when it comes to the financial aspect.
    How much should a person tip a bouncer for example?
    How to you determine your rates to set in respect to stripping etc… does the establishment often set standards?

    I’m in NSW AUS, does it vary across location or from girl to girl.
    I definitely dont want to undercharge and would prefer to loose customers by slightly overcharging.. Ideally seeking to find the perfect prices.. that is how I’d like to approach it personally.

    I was basically asked all the afore questions from girl to John!


  23. Alexandra Kayke on February 24th, 2015 6:28 am

    Hi! Thank you for having this blog. I have a quick question though. What do you think is safer: Leaving work in your own car or taking a cab? I’m a burlesque performer currently, but have really wanted to cross over to mainstream stripping for a while now. I don’t have a car because I don’t make enough to support a lifestyle with a car. i was thinking I could finally get a good car through stripping. With that said, do you think I can start stripping now and take cab rides until I get my car, or do you think I should keep working muggle jobs for a while, save up for a reliable car, and then start stripping? Your answer(s) is greatly appreciated.

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