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why my job is like the blogs

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For anyone sick of the fights on the blogs, please read this. It has all the he said she said drama, and an almost robbery to boot! Gosh, I wish I could film what goes on at my work, because you would all honestly forget the drama on here, and watch my life like it was a soap opera. I will keep my stories at what has happened this week, because most of the tales of strip clubs would haunt you to the point you would think I was a lunatic for working there - that is of course assuming that you don't already.

It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the men and women employed in the adult industry need not be particularly - if at all - intelligent, educated, or classy. But sometimes, I've just had enough. My week thus far has been Hellish, and I long for the comfort I will receive this weekend when I return to my Vegas club.

Monday started with going to work and finding out I have been accused of attempting to "cut another girl's throat" at work. Now let me clarify: I did not actually use a sharp object in an effort to wound another girl! A girl I work with, who has a shameless lack of morals, told another girl that I was maliciously telling a customer at our club that she goes home with customers. Meaning, I told this customer that the girl is a prostitute. And this girl and management was told that I did this to prevent this girl from making money with this customer.

The girl I supposedly was mean to is someone who I find beautiful, and I like her. I would never speak so poorly of her. The girl who told her is a whale of a woman, quite literally, who is known for creating turmoil within our club . . . a troll, so to speak!

The customer in question spends a considerable amount of money on several of the girls each visit that he makes to our club. He rarely gets dances, but we have a good time, and he tips each of us equally. He often makes offers to pay for sex.

My problem should be obvious. If this customer is willing to pay for sex, and I said that this other girl does that, how am I hurting her ability to make money with that customer? I think I'd actually be assisting her - and hey, I charge a 15% finders fee!

Additionally, my job was jeopardized in the midst of these accusations. Not that I will be at that club for a considerable length of time, but I enjoy not having a schedule. Call me a crazy stripper, but it helps when you go to school full-time to be able to work whenever the hell you want AND make good money!

Tonight, Tuesday, I actually stayed in worked. I forgot to mention I was so upset I had to leave Monday.

As the night unfolded, I found out that not only had other dancers heard this girl ranting about how she couldn't believe I said such awful things, but even customers knew. One customer in particular told me that this girl most likely believed it because there was a night he was sitting with me when this other girl came in with her mom (DON'T EVEN GET ME STARTED ON THAT ONE) and wanted him to come meet her, but he wouldn't. So from that night, she thought I was out to get her. So I guess she would readily believe this troll that I said nasty things.

Then later, a group of men came in who were planning a robbery of our club. Fortunately, our manager had heard about another club in town that had gotten robbed and noticed their suspicious behavior. Had he not, who knows what might have happened. As well as the fact that a robbery is never good for business.

Fortunately, Scores awaits my return this weekend, when hopefully my faith in exotic dancers and adult entertainment will be restored. :)
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LasVegasBeauty ~ I don't think I ever responded to your reply. I've been fortunate that I have only my God given holes, plus 1 in each ear, no tattoos, no implants, and no cosmetic surgery. The only work I've had done was Invisalign braces, which are minor and who doesn't get braces anymore??? I'll be done dancing in a few years and move onto a career.
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Michael ~ It really does help to remember how my education compliments my job as a dancer. When I get involved in cat fights like this current one, it helps to remember that I'm better than that. I have manners. (Not better than the girl, better than the situation.)

Instead of making arguments over whether I made snide comments or not, I e-mailed this other girl. I told her: this is what I've heard; I don't remember saying it; if I did, I am truly sorry, please forgive me. The apology was sincere. If this is not enough for the other girl, then it is not worth my time to worry about it further.
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Anna, I feel that I didn't elaborate enough for your questions in my earlier response. I do not intend to speak for anyone else in my line of work. For me, the longer I work in this industry, the more I learn how men and women work. The things I learn from my experiences at the clubs are not always easy to put on paper, but it comes across when I speak. I had an internship for about a month that I absolutely hated. The reason I received the job was not because of my experience over all of the many applicants, but it was my demeanor, charm, intelligence, and abililty to talk that got me the job. Sadly, the business world is male dominated. I make money talking to men. Of course I dance as well, but a vast majority of my time is spent talking with men.

Women are very catty. The fights I've seen in the dressing rooms, the one I'm involved in currently, they are all indicative of the nature of women in the workplace . . . although, the things I've SEEN of some "ladies" . . .

There is no other job that I could have where I have absolutely no schedule and make as much money as I do. I haven't been to Vegas since mid November, but I called yesterday to make sure I was still good before I jumped on the plane. All the clubs ask is that I keep in touch if I'm going to be gone for a little while. If it's more than about 3 months, I reaudition.

As I come nearer to finishing college, I do find myself fearful of not leaving this world. I think the fear, little as it is, is significant. It reminds me that I do have concerns for my future, and that I will keep striving to reach better places. Knowing that I did beat out the compeition helped me to see that I won't be stuck in that world. I am capable of more.
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Sepelo ~ I fly into Vegas to work at Scores. If you read my blog closer you'd see where I said that I return to my Vegas club this weekend. I work in Indy during the week and some weekends. Also, I do plan on visiting the Scores of Chicago next weekend to see how business is since it is closer to home. But I still love trips to Vegas!

Debbie and Anna ~ The reason that I got involved was simple, money. The longer I've done it, the more demanding I've become. I don't enjoy being scheduled, so I don't anymore. I work when I want and when I have the time. Especially when I travel out of town, I expect to make a lot of money for the short amount of time I spend actually working. The way I view it, I am not having sex with anyone - no exchange of body fluids, no penetration of any body parts - it's all a tease. I've always been very sexual, so it doesn't bother me to dance. As long as the man obeys my rules.

Mysticbuzz and Michael ~ Don't we all . . . nothing against men - DISCLAIMER: I love men, very very very much - but women have beautiful bodies.
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Umm I'm confused. Your profile says you're from indianapolis IN and there is NO scores there-closest one to you is in chicago.

Just sayin ;)
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I would definitely agree that I have more potential in writing than in stay in the industry much longer than to finish school and get a real job. Fortunately, I realized that I should at the least buy a house as my first investment. My goal this year is to invest more. I also haven't gotten caught up in the designer clothes, implants, and cosmetic surgeries like most of the women. Although I might someday get laser hair removal . . .
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Debbie, I graduate in about a year and a half to 2 years. depending on if I do summer school this year.
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Thanks for all the support. I'm actually working on a novel. Who knows if it might ever be published. The hardest part about it is trying to figure out any kind of point or ending. It really is like a soap opera.

The thing about my job that many don't understand is that there are limits I set for myself, as do and should many girls.
1. My name is Jackson and that's all they get. If they try to press the issue, I say "I respond to it, it's like a nickname," or better yet, "It's my last name, I can't give you my first, too!" Which no, that is not my last name, not even close.
2. I don't meet anyone outside the club for any reason. No dinner, no drinks. The club is safe. I make good money there. That's why I work there.
3. I'm willing to be naked, but that doesn't mean I'm willing to perform sexual acts for anyone EVER!
4. NO TOUCHING!
5. 3 drink limit if he's not spending a grand or more. I order drinks all night, but rarely drink 2 whole alcoholic drinks.
I know that many would never do this type of job, but I enjoy it. Many of the men who come in and spend money on us don't get dances or if they do, they don't try to break the rules.
Too many girls forget that they need to have standards. Yeah, maybe you have a bad night, a bad week . . . it happens! But if you lose yourself, that's hard to get back. Too many also do it as a career when they'd originally planned to do it as sidework or a temporary job.