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Posted in Jones' Poems with tags , , , , , , on April 30, 2014 by tiltdiary

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Looking up to nature

Will awaken your creature

You will feel the majestic creation

That brought about your unique impersonation

It will take you back to your roots

Once the dust covers your boots

Your muscles start warming in the uphill hike

Your mood will change and serotonin will spike

The beautiful sky

Will open your eye

And you discover a high

As if you would fly

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Posted in Jones' Poems with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 30, 2014 by tiltdiary

lomob (29)Blue waters and the taste of the salty sea

Make me dream of you and me

How you held me so tight in your arms

Just like the sun on my ivory skin warms

Hugging me so stormy and full of fire

Like the wind brushing through my hair in dire

The smell of the sweet lavender flowers

Reminding me of my sensual powers

Putting you in a drunken haze

Which you will long for the rest of your days

Oh sweet homeland

Between my bare toes I feel your sand

Reminding me how I rubbed my lover’s feet between my hands

Awakening all my senses and lust

Making my chest heavy and ready to bust

Driving tears into my big blue eyes

Making me let go of a deep dark sigh

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Posted in Media, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 29, 2014 by tiltdiary

Tilt is back in the news. Wooo hooo

Thank you to Wewomen and a giant thank YOU to Carla Cain-Walther for the amazing interview.

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Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 28, 2014 by tiltdiary

New dancers often ask me how to be successful in this profession. The more skill you have — whether it’s on the pole, booty quaking, booby shaking, or the art of stripping — the better it is. Stripping doesn’t just mean dancing and taking your clothes off. It takes skill to perform, mesmerize, inspire, and make your audience want more. And the stage is only 10% of what we do. When you go out on the floor the the real work begins. You have to be intuitive, witty, and smart in order to make it a good night. It’s not about just making it through a shift. It’s about how you make it through a shift, and making it worth your time and effort. Stripping is a complex profession and most people underestimate what we do. People don’t just give you money because you are a stripper. People give you money because you entice, entertain, and inflame them. We have the power to bring you back to life.

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Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , on April 27, 2014 by tiltdiary

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Posted in Customers with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 26, 2014 by tiltdiary

I noticed his shiny wedding ring right away on his finger. He seemed sophisticated and little uptight. But he didn’t wait long to reveal to me why he was visiting the club tonight. He wanted to talk about his life, his marriage, his children. Sometimes, a men visits a strip club to talk to us strippers about the things they cannot reveal to his friends, not to mention his wife. Because we are “strippers” they fear less being judged and in case we would judge then they could just say, “Oh she’s just a fucked up stripper. I don’t care about what she has to say.” Yet, there is a deep desire to be accepted for who they are, no matter how awkward society would label his secret.

He started slowly, “You know, I have two kids, they are great kids. But sometimes, I wish we wouldn’t have kids.” I asked in a reassuring tone, “Why do you wish that?” He replied, I sometimes regret having kids … because I feel like all my wife and I do is live our life for the kids.” Me, “I understand having kids brings so many responsibilities. That is one reason why I never wanted to have kids and choose not to procreate. Do you feel like you have given up part of your identity in order to fulfill your kid’s lives?” He felt I was getting him, and now, he wasn’t scared to talk anymore, “Yes, exactly. We want our kids to have it better than we did. We want to give them everything they need to be happy and successful, but I feel like I only live to work for them. I try to make enough money so we can get them through private school and send them to college. But it’s never enough.” I said to him, “I can tell you are a very good family man, and you take good care of your wife and your kids. I think, they already have what they need in order to be happy.” But I didn’t really tell this man the truth. I hear men and women tell me all the time that they want their kids to have it better than they had it. And I am sure their parents told them the same thing. I think it’s been told from generation to generation, and the message it gives to the kids is: Your parents are sacrificing their lives so you can have it better. Now, there is nothing wrong with that, as long as the parents find fulfillment in this way of life, like Mother Teresa found fulfillment and happiness in helping the poor. Or like I find joy, happiness, and fulfillment in helping animals and giving them a second chance on life. But these parents are miserable. The man in front of me looked bitter, depleted, and weak. He seemed like a puppet in his own life, following the programs his parents taught him on what happiness means (mainly getting a good education to end up making a lot of money so you can buy a lot of things). What is he really teaching his children: life means being unhappy and working harder to earn more. I think, if he really wants to make his children to have it better than him then he should find his own happiness first, learn to love himself so he can give his children all they need to have a better life than he had: LOVE.

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Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 25, 2014 by tiltdiary

I think one of the most important lessons the strip club has taught me is about rejection. We all want to be loved and desired, and most of us were taught from early age on that if you behaved badly (out of the norm) then your parents most likely withdrew their love and affection and/or possible punished you in other ways (adults have developed and refined many ways to punish children). Most of us are on the constant search for approval and acknowledgment (from their boss, colleagues, parents, siblings, friends, and so on) for their behavior and accomplishments. Of course, we all want to be liked, loved, and admired.

Working as a stripper has made me face rejection during every shift. Guys either like you or they don’t like you. There are many reasons for being rejected, but in the end, it doesn’t matter if you are rejected and a guy prefers another girl over you. We all have our preferences, and I don’t ever take it personal when a man isn’t interested in me. After all, the world is full of people that will like you and full of people that won’t like you or don’t care much for you. Especially, if you are very good at what you do you will face a lots of haters. But that’s OK. Not everybody has to like you as long as you can get up in the morning and love yourself for who you are. Sometimes, rejection even turns out to be a blessing.

So if you don’t get the job you want or the partner you thought would be the right one for you, it’s OK. Most likely it’s for your best, and the world is full of jobs, people who will love and enjoy your company, and opportunities that arise from rejection. It’s OK not to be liked by everybody.

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