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RIDING THE POLE

Posted in Adventures of Jones with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 26, 2019 by tiltdiary

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LAP DANCE COMPLAIN

Posted in Customers with tags , , , , , on May 6, 2019 by tiltdiary

He kept going on and on about the shitty lap dances he had received from the dancer in the peach colored bikini, “I am all danced out. That was the worst lap dance I’ve ever had. She really sucks. There was no connection, no intimacy …” That night we had 14 girls on the floor to choose from. I don’t understand what he was complaining about. First of all, he himself chose to dance with PeachBikini. Nobody forced him to. Second of all, he could’ve done one dance and stopped if he didn’t like it. And third, he should just suck it up and keep it to himself. After all, you can only blame yourself if you stick to a dancer whose dance you don’t like. 

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GLAMOUR OR SHAME

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 4, 2019 by tiltdiary

Stripping is a glamorous yet dirty profession. Glamorous because you will be admired and get your moments to shine. Dirty because there’s no protection for the woman inside the stripper. — A.A. Jones

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PSYCHIC REFLECTIONS OF A STRIPPER

Posted in Adventures of Jones with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 7, 2019 by tiltdiary

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BIZARRE DANCERS ENCOUNTER 

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , on March 9, 2019 by tiltdiary

We had worked many shifts together over the past few years, but she had never even acknowledge me when I had said my good-byes when a shift was over or hello when we would start our shifts. I didn’t think much about it. You get used to the “stripper-ignore.” It’s very common. And although, I prefer to be respectful, classy, and hold basic etiquette I truly don’t give a shit if the bitches don’t. You get so used to it working with women …

But then she had disappeared … Frankly, I hadn’t seen her in over a year till she suddenly appeared at the club as a customer out of nowhere. I was more than surprised when she acted like I am her homie. Told me all that she stopped dancing, wanted to know how I was doing — she even sounded sincere, like she cared about my wellbeing. Like we are best friends with a long history that will connect us forever 😳. I still don’t know what to make out of it … maybe she was too threatened by my stripper power when we worked together and had to block me out like an enemy, but maybe after she quit stripping she realized she doesn’t really hate me, or she felt bad for being such a bitch to me for so many years and now she wanted me to see that she’s actually a nice person, or maybe she just wanted to show off like, “I made it out of the club and you didn’t.” But she kept repeating, “Gosh, I miss dancing so much!” Women! 🙄🙄🙄

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THE SECRET LIFE OF STRIPPERS AND HOW EVERYBODY KNOWS ABOUT IT 

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , on January 18, 2019 by tiltdiary

The men know how badly other men treat us, they know how we are used as sex objects and every guy wants to hook up with us. The women know how to give a lap dance (even if they have never gotten or given one), how we seduce their men, how bad men treat us, how we are desired, they even secretly envy us for standing in the glamour on the shiny stage in the red and blue lid spotlights … everybody seems to know exactly how hard and how much fun it is to be a stripper. Hey, even strippers brag about how easy it is to make money as a dancer, some even admit, “Just give me your money.” 

But no one really knows what each and every woman feels and experiences when she steps into her stilettos and pulls all her courage together, maybe even flips her switch (most by numbing themselves with some substance in order to pull it off) in order to step on stage — which frankly is the least of hour worries. Not very many women have exposed or talked about what stripping really means and what it does to you. How it makes you better in some areas, how it makes you worse in others. How it’s so much fun, and how it’s so much pain, frustration, rejection, abuse, and mostly disrespect. 

With every shift you decide to work you expect the worst but hope for the best, which means to find at least one guy who understands your profession, or at least one drunk prince who pretends to understand your job till he gets too drunk and starts insulting you, because after all he’s angry you are not going home with him, after he spent all this money on you. So then your drunk prince becomes your abuser but you brush it off and are lucky if it happens to be at the end of your shift. So he’s sent home by the bouncer, and you shlep yourself in the dressing room to change back into your vulnerable self, and wonder on your drive home how you once more pulled it off. 

I guess even after a decade of working as a stripper I am still foolish enough to believe in humanity and that the customers — men as well as women — will respect me as much as I respect them. But I keep continuing to forget that strippers are the third kind, and it is OK to do to her what you never wished anybody would do to you, your wife, your daughter, your mother, grandmother, not even your neighbor — unless of course she has a secret night time profession to provide for her children …

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STRIPPING AS A FUN PROFESSION 

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , , on November 15, 2018 by tiltdiary

If I think about it a little deeper, I have to say stripping should be a lot of fun. As entertainers in this little microcosms we should be adored, appreciated, and there should be enough fame for each and every girl that takes the step onto the shiny stage floor, no matter how good of a dancer she is. I can honestly say, that each dancer gives her best, each dancer who dares to make it through an entire shift has more guts than any housewife, lawyer, doctor, teacher, or any woman I know. There’s is boldness and courage no matter how shy or insecure the dancer is. And that alone should get us respect, admiration, and tips from every customer (male or female) who dares to set a foot into the club even if he/she just blinks at the dancer on stage or the set of boobs or butt that brushes past him/her. We are the ones who turn a regular, boring bar into a place of seduction, awakening, fun, and entertainment. But sadly, it is getting more and more difficult to enjoy this line of work, because the customers bring their own baggage into the club, and instead of making the club a secret getaway from the daily grind and frustrations we become the punching bag and the outlet for all their aggression, frustration, dissatisfaction, urge of power, and with that the target of abuse. Lately, it feels we have to beg, demand, and argue with customers about paying us for the time we dedicate to them and fun we provide them with. We are called “gold diggers,” “money hungry birches,” even “scam artists.” Some are appalled when we ask them if they want a private dance. Others shund us when we refuse to let them stick a single dollar into our bra or panties. It feels more and more as if we owe them to make them feel better, put up with the shit their spouse refuses to put up with, and to even offer them to slap our left ass cheek after they violated our right cheek. All this abuse, the power games, the mistaken girlfriend entitlements lead me to saying that stripping for the most hasn’t been that much fun lately. But it should be … and both parties are missing out on much fun just because the entitlement of men and women makes us look like we are working in a shady profession and are trying to trick people into spending money. Why are they expecting strippers to perform and entertain for free when many other entertainers get paid millions of dollars to pretend a character in some boring remake of a movie that’s been done already twice? We strippers are all originals, each and every one of us. 

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