Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I read How To
Be A Stripper?
You could spend the first six to twelve months of your stripper career trying to figure out how to read customers, get lap dances, and make a lot of money, or you can learn about it in the next four to five hours by reading How To Be A Stripper. Reading How To Be A Stripper: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know But Were Too Afraid To Ask will save you from having to figure out everything you’ll need to know for your new stripper career on your own. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel –you can learn how to be a stripper by reading everything I learned while I was a stripper.
How will reading How To Be A Stripper help me?
My time as a stripper was very lucrative and I became very successful at my job. I did this by paying attention to what worked and what didn’t. I learned how to read customers and how to figure out if they were potential cash flow or not. I learned a lot about how to be a stripper by trial and error, but this doesn’t mean you have to. I can shorten the learning curve for you by teaching you things such as how to pick the right strip club to work at, what types of stripper shoes, clothing, and makeup to use, how to collect tips, how to give lap dances, how to keep track of your finances, how to read customers, how to deal with rejection, and much more. How To Be A Stripper is a comprehensive guide that tells you everything you need to know about stripping. How To Be A Stripper goes over a wide range of topics and frequently asked questions. To give you a brief idea of what How To Be A Stripper covers, a few frequently asked questions have been condensed and can be found immediately below the “What will I learn in each chapter of How To Be A Stripper.”
What will I learn in each chapter of How To Be A
Chapter 1 “Shy”: An introduction to the author and why she wrote How To Be A Stripper.
Chapter 2 “Getting Started”: Understand the difference between permits and licensing, and which one you may need; how to pick a stage name; how to create your stripper identity; and how to pick a strip club to work at.
Chapter 3 “Your Stripper Body”: Learn which hair stays and which needs to go and how to do it; shaving vs. waxing; and personal hygiene. In addition, topics covered include learning how to take care of your knees, how to strip while on your period, whether or not piercing and tattoos will affect your stripper career, whether or not you should wear glasses, go tanning, or get a boob job. Learn about what types of exercise you should do, how to deal with your boob size, your beauty, and your after work routine.
Chapter 4 “Clothing”: Learn what types of clothes you’ll need—including what material to choose, how to pick thongs, g-strings, shorts, stripper shoes, and high heels; also learn the pros and cons of zippers, buttons, Velcro etc, and where to buy these items.
Chapter 5 “Makeup, Perfume, Body Spray, and More”: Learn the difference between body spray and perfume and which is best to use; the importance of oral hygiene; whether or not to use glitter, lotions, accessories, bracelets, necklaces or rings; how to use your stripper money box, etc.
Chapter 6 “The Strip Club”: Learn what house fees are; how to understand your schedule; which hours and days are best to work; day shift vs. night shift; how to get the hours you want; no touching rules – 6 foot rule; strip club rules; working at multiple strip clubs; how to understand the different types of strip clubs (bikini, lingerie, topless, nude, alcohol, non-alcohol, pasties, peep shoes), etc.
Chapter 7 “Stripper Psychology”: Learn how to psychologically prepare yourself for your stripper career; how to mentally prepare yourself before going to work; and how to repair/ avoid psychological issues you’ll encounter while working as a stripper.
Chapter 8 “Stripper Music and Stage Dancing”: Learn how to pick which songs to strip to; how to understand your audience; what to do during your first, second, and third songs; understand what makes a great strip show; and how to perform on the stripper pole.
Chapter 9 “Strippers and Tipping”: Learn how to collect tips after your on stage strip show; how to increase your tips; how to spot customers who are potential candidates for personal lap dances; how to get tips from strip club patrons who are not tipping other strippers; and who to tip after your shift at the strip club over.
Chapter 10 “Strip Club Customers”: Learn to understand the type of customer you’re dealing with; how to deal with difficult customers such as guys who say rude things or touch themselves; and how to avoid dangerous situations.
Chapter 12 “Getting Private Dancing”: Learn how to get strip club patrons to buy lap dances from you, how to be aggressive but not pushy, how to make your sales pitch NOT sound like one, when to approach a strip club patron, etc.
Chapter 13 “Lap Dances”: Learn basic lap dance moves, how to develop your moves, how to time your dances, how to ask a strip club patron for another private dance, what to do if a strip club patron tries to touch you inappropriately during your private dance, what to do if your customer tries to avoid paying you, and much more.
Chapter 16 “Stripping in Las Vegas”: Learn how stripping in Las Vegas is different than stripping in other parts of the country, what to expect, and how to decide if it is the right place for you to be a stripper.
Chapter 17 “Personal Safety”: Learn how to protect yourself and your personal information from people you meet at the strip club / potential stalkers / or anyone you want to hide your stripper career from. This chapter goes into a wide list of practical things you can do to protect yourself, your money, and your identity.
Chapter 18 “Strippers and Finances”:Learn how to predict the amount of money you’ll make as a stripper, how to keep track of it, how to manage it, and how to save it. This chapter discusses taxes, insurance, and other financial matters every stripper needs to know.
Chapter 19 “Your Personal Life”: Learn how to keep your stripper life secret, how to field questions about why you have so many one dollar bills, how to take care of your medical, dental, and other insurance, and a lot of other important information.
Stripper FAQ 1
"How do I become a stripper?"
It doesn’t take much to become a stripper. Like most any other job, you’ll fill out a job application and potentially be asked to audition for the strip club’s management. A stripper job application is generally a lot shorter than ones you’ll find at other jobs because the strip club doesn’t care about your previous work experience. You’ll be asked to fill out basic information such as your name, phone number, address, etc.
Depending on the strip club, the strip club manager on duty at the time, the time of day you go, your personality, and what you look like, you may or may not be asked to audition. Auditioning means you’ll be asked to put on a mini strip show. Generally, this is done in the strip club manager’s office, but sometimes you’ll be asked to do it on an empty stripper stage.
Stripper FAQ 2
I don’t want anyone to know I’m a stripper,
should I strip away from where I live?
Most of the time, strip club customers don’t want people to know they frequent strip clubs either, so generally there’s an unspoken code of silence between a stripper and a strip club patron where neither will expose the other. However, stripping at a strip club away from where you live can relieve some of the anxiety from having someone you know or used to know in high school, college, or your last job see you and blow your cover. However, additional expenses such as the cost of gas, wear and tear on your car, added travel time, and the cost of a hotel room might be a deterrent. Each alternative has its pros and cons and ultimately it’s up to you to decide.
Stripper FAQ 3
Do I need to have big breasts to become a
Men like to feel special and your job as a stripper is to make them feel that way. Whether or not a girl with big boobs, small boobs, or itsy bitsy boobs is the one to make the strip club patron feel special doesn’t matter. I know this seems to go against what you would expect but a stripper’s personality and how special you make him feel is much more important. Once you let go of the idea that your boobs, looks, or physical features are what makes a strip club patron into a lifelong customer, you’ll start to make more money.
Stripper FAQ 4
How much money can I make as a stripper?
Generally, strippers will make between $80 and $100 per hour. Of course, this doesn’t happen right away, and sometimes doesn’t happen for all strippers. How To Be A Stripper shows you how to overcome some of the common mistakes strippers make that cost them time and money. Whether or not you become good at making money depends on how you work the room. How To Be A Stripper teaches you exactly how to do that.
Stripper FAQ 5
Can I strip my way through college?
A lot of girls have striped their way through college, myself included. Not only does stripping give you a flexible work schedule, it also yields you enough money to go to school full time. I strongly suggest going to college while stripping. You’ll have to explain the gap in ‘real’ employment somehow, and saying you were in school is a great way to explain why you didn’t have a job for so long. Tell people you got grants and scholarships to help support yourself while you studied.
Stripper FAQ 6
I’m not in the best shape or look like a super
model; can I still be a stripper?
Although there’s no right or wrong when it comes to body type and looks, it doesn’t hurt if you work towards getting in shape and learning how to apply your makeup. Stripping can burn a lot of calories and provide great exercise, so if you start out in somewhat decent shape, you should be in phenomenal shape soon enough. I would strongly suggest yoga and cardio to keep your strength and endurance up. How To Be A Stripper goes into a detailed workout routine and shows you how makeup and strip club lighting can be used to your advantage.
Stripper FAQ 7
How old do I have to be to become a stripper?
The minimum age of a stripper depends on where she lives and what type of strip club she’ll be dancing at. Nude and topless bars have different age requirements and it’s important to know what those are. Nude clubs don’t serve alcohol so a stripper can work there as young as 18 years old. However, topless bars serve alcohol and therefore require strippers to be a minimum of 21 years of age. Of course, there are a few exceptions and some clubs have been known to hire younger strippers, but these are few and far between. For example, Rhode Island allows minors to be exotic dancers as long as they have “a work permit and are off the pole by 11:30pm on school nights.”
Stripper FAQ 8
Do I need dance experience to become a stripper?
Although it doesn’t hurt to have a background in ballet, jazz, or any other more acceptable dance practices, don’t let your lack of it deter you. How To Be A Stripper goes into detail about how to dance on stage, how to give lap dances, how to dance seductively, and how to get strip club patrons drawn in by the confidence and attitude you portray on stage.
Stripper FAQ 9
Can I still strip while on my period?
There’s no need to stop stripping while on your period. Although you might feel like sitting at home and relaxing in front of the TV, there’s really no need to. Stripping on your period can help relieve stress and cramps and actually help your PMS. Of course, you don’t want your blood or your tampon string to hang out, so How To Be A Stripper covers effective methods you should use while stripping on your period.
More Stripper FAQ
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