Archive for February, 2016

STRIPPER HUNTER

Posted in Customers with tags , , , , , on February 29, 2016 by tiltdiary

He seems to be a gentleman. He masters the art of making a woman feel like she’s the only one for him. He can be persistent in his approach, and will guilt you for not giving in to giving him the chance to get to know you better outside of the club. After years and years of being a fan and customer he will somehow find you on Facebook or some other social media and his attempts to get to meet you outside of the club will continue. He will try the “hang out” line (which I find completely unappealing), promise to take you on adventures like sailing, horseback riding (or whatever he thinks you might be into), offer friendship if nothing else, and worship you as if you are a Goddess in his life. You wonder, sometimes, how he can keep this kind of adoration up for many years. Because he has multiple irons in the fire. And sometimes, he makes a little mistake. He sends the wrong text to the wrong stripper. It’s a numbers game for him.

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BECAUSE DANCING MEANS LIVING FULLY IN YOUR OWN SKIN

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 28, 2016 by tiltdiary

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HOW THE BEAST ENDS UP WITH THE BEAUTY

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , , , on February 27, 2016 by tiltdiary

I had been the last girl out on the floor at the end of this shift. Most girls had already left, and there were only 4 girls in the dressing room left when I walked in. As usual, at the end of the shift, some stripper secrets are revealed. Tonight, they were teasing Dina, who I find to be one of the most gorgeous dancers I had ever seen. She’s an exotic beauty. Her face and body are perfectly proportioned. She’s very feminine with beautiful subtle curves, a captivating face that is hugged by her luscious, long, eye catching hair. A natural, exotic beauty; a stunning woman. Ariella was laughing and yelling, “Jones, oh my Gosh, should see Dina’s boyfriend. He’s so ugly. He’s fat, with a wide, giant head. His head is huge; he’s so ugly. And look at her, she’s so beautiful. She is so gorgeous. I just wish I would be an ugly dude so I could have sex with Dina.” The other girls agreed, “yes, he’s so ugly, you can’t even describe it.” Another dancer, “Dina, how can you want him. Look at you, you are the most gorgeous woman I have ever seen. He is so ugly.” They were laughing. Dina just sat quietly on her chair with her head bowed down and tried to justify her choice defending her man, “But I love him. He … he’s good to me. He treats me well. He’s a good person.” For a moment there was dead silence in the dressing room till we all exhaled a giant gasp, “AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!”
And with that the girls moved on to the next subject. Because there was nothing more to say or laugh about. We strippers cherish a man who treats us well. We read men much quicker than most other women do, because we meet so many and learn so much about them in such very little time. We understand how rare it is when a man ‘gets what he wants’ but still treats you well and doesn’t morph into a trophy bragging asshole. Most of the time sex changes a guy into taking you for granted and trying to play a power game. We stripper understand the difference between lust and love. And when we find love with the right man … it doesn’t matter whether he’s ugly, fat, awkward, or strange. Because we know how rare love is. That is how the beast ends up with the most gorgeous beauty.

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MEN FOR DESSERT

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , on February 26, 2016 by tiltdiary

Women still look for a partner who would will be the rock in their life, and they want to build their lives around the life of their man. I think many women especially younger than forty are trying to build a life with their significant other, yet, that exactly is what men under forty frightens the most. Fear of commitment has been discussed by many psychologists, and even entire businesses have been build on trying to teach women how to “trick” men into losing their fear of making a choice and committing to her. Women are busier than ever navigating the male brain … they even spend thousand of dollars on entire step by step systems to train the man of their choice into believing that she is the one. Now a days it’s almost as if the women are nervous to propose not knowing if he will reject her. What has happened? What has gone wrong? It seems now a days the flowers chase and visit the bees? It seems all upside down. In trying to build this perfect story book family women seem to have abandoned their power. We are so much more powerful than we were years ago, yet, women have become the chasers. We are now financially independent and most likely, if you are a woman, you have lived on your own for years just fine. You don’t need a man to support you. You don’t even need a man to have children, you can just go to a sperm bank if your clock is running out. Yet, although, there is way more men than women, the female desperation has caused so much pain, suffering, and confusion. I wonder, if things would change if young women could learn early enough that their life partner should be handled like dessert. Meaning, he is not the main course, he is not essential for survival. And of course, there are many choices of dessert. You can go with a delicious, raw vegan, nutritional, sweet treat that will nurture your body and improve your health, or you can pick a decadent, trans fat and sugar filled treat that will deplete your body of important nutrients and even raise your risk for diabetes, heart attack, ages you prematurely, and spoils your otherwise consciously healthy food choices. That kind of dessert will take a toll physically, emotionally (we all know that high sugar insulin roller coaster ride effect), and psychologically. If you ask me for advice. I’d say focus on building your main course. Educate yourself on how to build a healthy, well chosen, happy life style. And if the right dessert comes around, if you can be very sure it’ll not mess with everything you have achieved, take a little bite first to see if it’s really as delicious and well tolerated as you thought it is. Chew thoroughly to discover all flavors in the first bite, maybe refrigerate the rest to make sure the little bite you took agrees with your digestive system, and proceed carefully with the consumption of the rest. Remember, there are many dessert choices out there, and devouring one after the other will only turn you into a fat, unhealthy pig. Eat and indulge slowly, mindfully, and carefully. Because your life does not depend on dessert.

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YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STRIPPER

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , , on February 25, 2016 by tiltdiary

She had knocked on my door because their cat had gone missing. They had lived a few houses up from me for several years now. The perfect family with a five year old son, a story book husband and her, the sometimes annoying, typical, nosy housewife. She had often, when I was walking my dogs past her house, tried to involve me into conversation mainly regarding her weight gain. She knows I work in fitness so people like her expect me, an exercise specialist, to fix their problem just by talking about it. I had tried to avoid conversations with her as much as possible since often people like her get upset with me when I can’t offer a quick fix for their health and weight issues by just talking about it. But that day, I felt bad for her looking for her lost kitty. She was determined to search my back yard and studio thinking I was hiding the cat there, or my dogs had killed her kitty, or her cat was hiding injured in my garage. I told her, “Look, my ‘garage’ is my exercise room. No animal can get in there without me letting it in. I even have a stripper pole installed.” All of a sudden she couldn’t stop her lose mouth anymore, “Oh believe me, I don’t mind your stripper pole. I have been a stripper for over 12 years. I was still dancing 5 months pregnant with my son.” I just nodded my head. Her confession didn’t surprise me. I have met wives from celebrities who confess to me they had worked several years as strippers. The profession of the stripper is way more widely spread than you think it might be. You might be surprised, but the old lady living next to you might’ve danced her ass off 50 years ago to feed her family. The young girl that lives across from you in your building and does late night study groups might actually dance instead of studying. Stripping isn’t as exotic and rare as you think. But it’s still not as accepted as it should be.

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THERE’S A STRIPPER IN EVERY WOMAN

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , on February 24, 2016 by tiltdiary

No matter what you tell me and how much you say you dance for yourself to find your inner Goddess and connect to your feminine power … in the end, your feminine power, inner and outer beauty, even your dancing Goddess are not going to survive and feel their true power without being acknowledges and admired by others. What makes beauty beautiful is the reaction, energy, and feelings that beauty causes in others. To all the women out there who are convinced that they dance for themselves, wake up and start smelling the roses. You too want to be adored, admired, wanted, fantasized about. You want to be seen and validated for who you are. And that’s not so much different from what we strippers do and want. There’s a stripper in every woman and, I hate to break it to you, there’s a stripper in every man as well.

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THE GROWTH IN POLE DANCING

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , on February 23, 2016 by tiltdiary

No matter what age you are, as a pole dancer, you can never allow yourself not to improve your skills. You have to continue to work on your strength, flexibility (even if you are not one of the bendy girls), dance moves, pole tricks, and continue to improve your repertoire. You can never be satisfied with where you are as a dancer. That doesn’t mean the tricks have to be more difficult … it means you work with your partner, the pole, to make the moves you perform second nature. Training can never stop. Pole dancing is like life. If you don’t grow, it ends. Even if you’re still alive.

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