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BATHROOM ADVICE FROM A STRIPPER

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , on July 9, 2018 by tiltdiary

Should you feel comfortable with your partner at any point in your life to leave the bathroom door open. My simple answer is, “NO.”
Only exception: if your partner becomes your care giver.

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HOW TO FIND LOVE AND JOY 

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , on July 7, 2018 by tiltdiary

Most people don’t value and cherish what they have and are too busy dreaming about what they want. This way they miss out on what’s best in their lives and often don’t see the love and joy that’s right in front of them. — A.A. Jones 

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CAN YOU SPARE SOMEONE A PAINFUL LIFE LESSON WITH THE RIGHT ADVICE?

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , , , on July 5, 2018 by tiltdiary

People ask me for advice all the time. Whether it’s through clients in fitness, in regards to dog behaviorism and dog nutrition, or as a Fogo Sagrado life coach, or in regards to sex and relationships as a stripper and online Sexpert. What strikes me as very interesting is, that in all my professions advice is handled very similarly. If and when people get advice they do not want to hear, they either don’t acknowledge it — yes, it is like you never said it or wrote it out for them, they rush into doing the exact opposite, or they get angry about the advice and mark you as stupid — this particularly happens to me a lot in my profession as a stripper. Bottom line is you cannot prevent someone from doing what they are going to do. Most people ask for advice to get reassured in regards to what they are going to do anyways, but when it doesn’t work out like this they will void your advice, plus most people aren’t evolved enough to take advice or at least incorporate it into their decision. People do whatever they want to do, and therefore they should take responsibility for their actions but most of the time they don’t, instead they blame someone else, possibly the person who gave them the advice forgetting that they just didn’t follow their suggestions …

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TRICKY SELF-PERCEPTION 

Posted in Jones' wisdom, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on June 28, 2018 by tiltdiary

Most people, men as well as women, live through life in delusion and self-lies.                     — A.A. Jones

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DANGEROUS LIES 

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 26, 2018 by tiltdiary

The most dangerous liars are the ones that believe their own lies. — A.A. Jones 

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MAHATMA GANDHI IN THE STRIP CLUB 

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , on June 25, 2018 by tiltdiary

He had glanced at me several times, and I knew he wanted me to come over and ask him for a lap dance. I thought, what the heck I’ll check him out. I introduced myself, and we fell into some small talk. A married man who was very successful at making money. Or at least, he liked to believe about himself being a wealthy, successful, business man. I don’t know why and how he brought up Gandhi, but he said it with a condescending tone, “Well Gandhi was a very bad business man.” He had no clue that I am a big fan of Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings, and that I definitely knew more about him than Mr. Business did — calling Gandhi a bad business man shows you have no clue of who he really was. So I asked politely, “Why do you think he was a bad business man?” Him almost laughing at Gandhi, “Ha he was poor!” I hesitated for a second. I knew if I would stand up for Gandhi and disagree with Mr. Business he would very quickly change his mind and not do dances with me. I would remind him too much of his nagging wife who always needs to be right. If it would’ve been for any other human being I might’ve possibly played along, but we were talking about the amazing Mahatma Ghandi who has left the world with treasures of truth. So I just could not betray Gandhi, and I said to Mr. Business, “I am sorry, but you are misinformed. Mahatma Ghandi was not poor at all. He came from a wealthy, well educated family, was a lawyer, a very good negotiator and business man, as well as a skillful politician who faught for non-violence, equality, and was determined to educate the public that every human being is important. Did you know that he in fact sold his signature and used the money to help the poor and unfortunate? Mahatma Gandhi has moved mountains with his teachings of non-violence and he has triggered more progress in this world than any politician, general,  or business man ever has.” Mr. Business seemed clearly overwhelmed and turned off. As I walked away from him he ran into the arms of a girl who is known to change customers the full price for half songs. I thought he picked the exact girl he deserved that night while I kept my integrity and would find a nice guy to dance for with less prejudice. 

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BEAUTY TAKEN FOR GRANTED 

Posted in Jones' wisdom, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on June 21, 2018 by tiltdiary

I work with some of the most exceptionally beautiful, sexy, and gorgeous women I’ve ever seen. And even the ones that aren’t outstandingly gorgeous will find admiration in the strip club due to their skill of dancing, their self-confidence in their appearance, or their exceptional talent to seduce and entice men. With the profession of stripping comes admiration as much as rejection. The young girls grow confident through this profession, some even overcome body issues and lack of confidence due to this profession. Growing up in Germany, being a natural 30F bust size, I myself was exposed to body shaming and discriminated against since I had such large breast at a very small body frame. Even in the US I experienced controversial encounters due to my breast size. I was either treated like a horny woman or accused of having had major breast augmentation. Even my co-strippers who are still jealous of me accused me of lying about my breast being natural. Stripping has helped me too appreciate what God equipped me with, although, it wasn’t always easy to accept my voluptuous treasures at a body size zero.

What strikes my attention is that these gorgeous women (not just my co-strippers) have no appreciation for their beauty or where it came from. When I think about my physic, my bubble butt, my lovely — rather too large —breast, my beautiful, big, blue eyes (yes, I am often accused of wearing contact lenses to color my eyes this deep blue), and the genetics I am blessed with, I always think about my parents, and how they gifted me with who I am — my shell as well as my character. So I am grateful, but also aware that my external beauty is just a temporary gift. People forget that their exterior will change gradually. I see how many people do not cherish their beauty, honor it nor try to preserve it by being respectful and gentle to their body. Instead, they develop arrogance, and at the same time, they neglect what they are so arrogant about. It is a shame and beauty thrown in front of their own pig 🐷

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