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THE ETERNAL, PERFECT STRIP CLUB ROMANCE

Posted in Customers with tags , , , , , , , on April 30, 2016 by tiltdiary

He was already buzzed when he walked into the club. A tall, dark haired, handsome man in his early 30s, like a prince from a fairy tale,  with much etiquette and education. We sat for a while and talked about his studies in Israel. He was just visiting LA for this one night. Tomorrow he was leaving to go to San Fransisco. When it was my turn to go on stage I was worried another girl would try to steal him away from me. I had liked our conversation. There was an immediate connection to the young man, and I wanted to find out more. But when I stepped off stage no other girl had spotted him. He was still sitting alone, and I walked back to sit with him. I often wonder, when I sit with a young customer like this whether I am a too mature woman for him. Often, I feel a girl in her 20s could be a better match. You cannot read a man’s mind right away. Sometimes, especially with the younger customers, you don’t know what they are looking for. But when I sat back down next to him, he looked at me and said, “You are beautiful.” I answered humbly, “Thank you.” Him once more, and he was drunk enough to speak the truth. This wasn’t a silly pick up line, “No. I mean you are absolutely beautiful!” I don’t take much pride in my external appearance. First of all, you don’t pick your generic disposition. You cannot take credit for how you look. It’s given to you by God and by your parents. Second, to some I am beautiful, others don’t pay much attention to my body shape or facial features. Therefore, I explained, “You would really have to thank my parents for how I look. I cannot take much credit for it.” But I do have to admit I was flattered. But then he said, “You don’t understand. I wish you could see yourself up there. You are absolutely beautiful. You are perfect. Every muscle in you is perfectly defined like a divine creation.” That drove tears into my eyes. What kind words.
We spend several hours together. He was kind, gentle, generous (without me dancing for him). We could just sit and not talk or talk about meaningful subjects. This is a good night at the club. Generosity and kindness, intellectual stimulation, quiet time, and lots of fun. Then, I heard the last call for alcohol. I knew we would never see each other again. We hugged good-bye. It was a bitter sweet good-bye. He said, “I wish I could take you with me to Israel.” I said, “It would be nice to run away but I cannot leave my life.” He said, “We had a really good night together. “I confirmed, “Yes we did.” And I left to change in the dressing room while he walked out the heavy strip club door.
Today, I cried. I am touched by this man’s kindness, and I am sad I will never see him again. But I know too well, only that way it can stay the perfect strip club romance. Perfect, just like each perfectly defined muscle in my athletic body. Perfect forever.

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CHOOSING A LAP DANCER WISELY

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , on April 29, 2016 by tiltdiary

A lap dance is a very powerful encounter. Whether you like it or not your energy will mix on a metaphysical level with the person you’re giving the lap dance to. You can take things on. Negative as well as positive energies. A customer can suck your energy out of you like a leech. A lap dance can be either depleting and exhausting or it can invigorate and re-charge your energy. Therefore it is very recommended to choose your lap dancer wisely.

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THE UP– AND DOWNSIDES OF BEING A STRIPPER

Posted in Stripper Secrets, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on April 28, 2016 by tiltdiary

The good thing about being a stripper is you can make a lot of money. I mean a lot of $$$. The downside of being a stripper is you can also not make any money or even lose money.
The upside of stripping is that some customers never come back. The downside is you might never see a customer again, especially the ones you wish to see again.One of the positive sides of working in strip clubs is that you have flexible hours. If you have a day job you can work nights. The worst thing about stripping is working night shifts especially if you hold a day job. It’ll absolutely kill you.
Stripping will teach you a lot about humanity and give you insights into the male way of thinking and relationships. That’s equally good as bad.
The wonderful thing about being a stripper is that you are the object of desire. You’re admired and often put on a high pedestal. The bad thing about the pedestal is the higher it gets the harder and deeper you fall when they take it down.
As a stripper you are an independent contractor. You only do what you want to do, talk to who you want to talk to, and dance for who you want to dance for. Nobody can force you to do anything you don’t wish to do. On the downside, you have no security, no insurance, no backup. You are completely on your own.
As a stripper you get to pick you own music and dance to what you wish to dance to. Unless your DJ doesn’t like your music. Then you’re fucked and have to dance to the shit he picks even if it doesn’t turn you on, and you don’t like his type of music.
Stripping can be very much fun. You meet very many cool, fun, nice people. On the other hand, you meet very many annoying, boring, stupid, rude people you wish you would’ve never met.
Stripping opens a door to another world the average person has no insight to. It changes your life completely. It can go both ways. Enhance your life or take you down.
Stripping can be a fun as well as dry, daunting profession.
My list of up– and downsides of stripping could go on and on. In the end, like with everything in life, it all depends on what you make out of it. It’s in your attitude and strength to navigate how any profession will affect you. There is always two if not three sides to everything.

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WHEN GOOD OLD STRIPPERS TALK

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

We had looked back onto our most glorious times as strippers. We both feel that there was so much more money in the industry years ago, but it is getting more and more difficult to keep up with the shift that has happened. Strippers used to be respected in their profession, but a drastic shift has happened. We — both of us being experienced dancers — were wondering if emancipation had struck us women once more in a negative way. Today, many women come to the strip club to hang out with our customers. They are not working women, but they figure they can find men here, as well as dancers are crossing the line too more often. Many dancers hang out at their club or other clubs when they aren’t working. They talk to the men, hook up with them, they meet outside of the club easily, and the profession of the stripper is not seen only as entertainment anymore. Often, some of the girls aren’t actually entertainers, instead they work in the service industry under the cover of a stripper — you know what I mean. It is a shame because seduction, striptease, a good show on stage as well as in the lap dance room is worth so much. But many men now a days come to the club and look for something else. It has taken the charm out of being a performer. Often, we have to defend ourselves why we aren’t going home with the customer, why we aren’t willing to meet him outside of the club, why we don’t want to be friends with benefits. A traditional stripper is like a star, a celebrity. And you don’t ask a star to hang out. You expect them not to. Therefore you should expect the same if you respect your stripper. She’s there for you with all she has to offer when she’s working. And she shouldn’t cross the line. Stripper etiquette needs to be brought back and redefined. But is it possible?

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THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING A STRIPPER’S PHONE NUMBER

Posted in Customers with tags , , , , , on April 26, 2016 by tiltdiary

This customer type is obsessed with getting a stripper’s phone number. I call him the StripperNumberCollector. And this type of customer will work very hard for getting what he wants: your phone number and only your phone number. He will leave no stone unturned, no mountain unclimbed. His effort is astonishing. However, there is no harm in giving Mr. StripperNumberCollector what he wants because he will never call you anyways. He is a weak man, and it is enough for him to have your phone number and dream about calling you one day. Having your phone number and knowing he could call you will satisfy him, yet, as a stripper you are safe because he will never bother you. Dreaming about something you can possibly do is for many people so much more enjoyable and feels so much safer than taking action to actually do it. A life in fantasy land guided by strong, vivid imagination can certainly be fulfilling to some point.

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HOW TO GET A MAN TO COMMIT

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , on April 25, 2016 by tiltdiary

It is widely known that men value respect more than love. In studies, when men were asked whether they wanted their partner to love or respect them, the majority of men chose respect over love. When a man feels a woman respects him deeply some sort of addiction to this feeling of pride she gives him forms and this man will be hers till death do them part. Why does this happen so rarely? Why do women have such a difficult time keeping a man and building a life with him? I think the answer is very simple. We women respect men who can keep their word, come through with their promises, and are reliable. A man you can count on, who is a strong character will definitely be a magnet for any woman. A man who does what he says and means what he says deserves our respect, yet, I have not met a man who has these character traits. The modern male is weak. He lies, promises things and will never follow through, and he’s most definitely unreliable. If he doesn’t lie intentionally then he’s at least delusional and that makes him look like a liar too. Most men have wonderful intentions but they never come through with it. The modern male is lazy — and maybe technology is contributing to this issues. He won’t go out of his way, he expects the woman to be the hero, he has no persistence, and he will say things to get things, yet, it’s all bullshit. Therefore women lose respect. And even if a woman is following some psychologist’s advice to get her man to commit she won’t be able to fake respect. I think men can feel it on a chemical level when a woman loses respect more and more. When a man’s true nature is uncovered he will flee due to fear of having to face and carry the consequences of his true nature.  Love can survive lies, scams, dishonesty, weakness, anything. But to be truly respected … now that takes what most men cannot offer a woman, and therefore, relationships don’t make to “till death do us part.” To the women it feels the men are running away but what’s really happening is primal rejection due to women disrespecting their mate.

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TEA PARTY ON THE STRIPPER POLE

Posted in Adventures of Jones with tags , , , on April 24, 2016 by tiltdiary

 

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