DANCE THE PAIN AWAY

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

It is already past 1:45am. They already called out last call for alcohol. Your body is hurting. You’re done and can’t wait to unzip your tight stiletto boots. Gosh, your feet are throbbing. Just wearing those stilettos for an entire shift is painful not to mention you had to walk in them. You walked a lot. From the bar to the lap dance booth back to the bar to chat up another guy, back to the lap dance booth, from there straight to the stage. The stage … no wonder your feet are hurting. It dawns to you why you feel like someone beat you with a stick. You danced in these shoes, climbed the pole — it feels like a thousand times, did acrobatics, pole tricks, floor work, booty quaking — right, left, right, left, shake, shake, shake to the rhythm of the music. Your body feels like a battle shield … protected you, made your night but got hit hard and you’re beat up. Every single muscle is burning from pain, a dull pain is radiating from your knees, your joints are pulsing uneasy inside of you, you can barely turn your head from right to left, it feels as if your toes are dead inside the too right stilettos and your head is aching so badly that your brain starts vibrating in your own skull. You’re ready to change and go home. You’re too tired to think of money or anything else but the hot, soothing shower that awaits you at home and your bed … your bed sounds like heaven on earth in this moment when your pain seems too kill the last bit of life in your shattered body. You can barely keep your eyes open. The bones in your limbs become so heavy you feel like you’re either dead or drunk. You’re just about to shlep yourself into the dressing room as a large group of men enters the club. You feel like you are hallucinating. You think, “We are closed, go home, visit another time, thank you very much, but just go away!” Then you hear your name appear through the microphone, “Jones, please stand by. JONES!” The DJ is calling you on stage because all the other girls are already dressed, or it’s unfortunately your turn, or because the other girls told him they can’t dance a single step anymore, or for whatever reason … you step onto the good, old stripper stage one last time for this shift. You feel dizzy, nauseated, out of balance … like you’re going to fall off the stage. The large group of guys take a seat at the railing. You have to make a choice quickly although you’re to worn down to even think. You can either just do a geriatric stripper stage and look like an old hag, look like the way you feel: a corps, a zombie dancer. Or you can say, “Fuck the pain. I’m going to do my thing and dance.” And of course because of your stripper pride — once the music permeates your tired muscles — you start to move the way you know how to move. Smooth and sultry. The cold stage floor making every nerve in your back shriek just with its touch. The pole chafing your raw skin like sandpaper. Every twerk you take burns inside your hyperextended hip joints. Your wrists feel like they will cave in and you already see yourself falling off the pole, sliding, slipping, or tripping. But you don’t. And from one second to the other as you push to dance a little deeper you start feeling nothing anymore. Suddenly, your exhausted body doesn’t feel anything anymore, and it feels as if you’re levitating. It’s almost like an out of body experience as you pushed passed your physical limit, and now you’re pain free. You danced yourself free, passed the physical level, into a strange zone of “feel good survival.” You danced your pain away … 

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IS THE STRIP CLUB AN ABUSIVE WORK ENVIRONMENT? 

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , on April 17, 2019 by tiltdiary

At least, the abuse in the strip club is mostly very obvious and straight forward, and since everybody thinks strippers are the third kind anyways and it’s OK to behave like an ass nobody even bothers to cover it up. That does not apply to the world outside of the strip club where the abuse is mostly masqued. — A.A. Jones 

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HOW TO LIVE A PEACEFUL LIFE AND CONQUER LONELINESS

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , , , on April 16, 2019 by tiltdiary

Most people associate loneliness with not having a life partner. But most people who have a partner or are at least entangled into some form of relationship with a lover feel more lonely than people who are happily single. You have to fulfill yourself and be enough before you can even be there for someone else.

And at least life without entanglement is simpler and drama free.

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CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO DO A LAP DANCE?

Posted in Customers with tags , , , , , , , , on April 15, 2019 by tiltdiary

He had ordered one shot, one drink after the other. He had an open tab at the bar and was getting drunker and drunker. Then he said, “I am debating whether I should do a lap dance or not.” I was surprised, “What’s there to debate?” Him, “Well, it’s expensive!”
If you ask me, doing a lap dance instead of drinking his brains out would’ve saved him a lot of money in the long term and given him something nice to remember, instead of drinking himself away and numbing any possibility of life to unfold. But he might only realize that when he will get his wake-up call in his mid-forties when he will face the consequences for his detrimental lifestyle choices. And then it will get really expensive, and he wishes he would’ve done a lap dance or ten.

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SUN GODDESS

Posted in Adventures of Jones with tags , , , , , , , on April 14, 2019 by tiltdiary

Photo art by Khari, @khari

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HOW QUICKLY A MAN CAN BECOME UNAPPEALING 

Posted in Jones' wisdom with tags , , , , , , on April 13, 2019 by tiltdiary

A man can go from extremely attractive and charismatic to unattractive, even repulsive, within just one sentence. — A.A. Jones 

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WHAT HAPPENS IN THE LAP DANCES STAYS IN THE LAP DANCES

Posted in Stripper Secrets with tags , , , , , , , on April 12, 2019 by tiltdiary

One has not enough imagination to comprehend what a stripper encounters during lap dances. The duality of this profession has always fascinated me, yet, I won’t reveal the extend of what we encounter, put up with, learn, experience, or just see during one shift. There is and always should be the untold part of this profession. That’s why strip club stories and the life of strippers are a timeless and mysterious subject. 

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