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    What can I do for my audition???

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    I'm new so what tips can you give me for an audition??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyko View Post
    You should post a post about about dancing on your cycle (period). I did a search and noticed that a lot of topics came up. Since we are women it makes sense.
    I agree. I need to know more about the science behind the release of phermones and your menstruation and how the two are linked together. I heard men can smell a women on her period and are more attracted to her due to phermones. I'm a business major not a science major.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jroberts20 View Post
    I'm new so what tips can you give me for an audition??
    look hot.

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    I wanted to know how should I handle my boyfriend...he doesn't want me to do it but I want too!!

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    whatever you decide to do your boyfriend should support you. He should trust you no matter what because at the end of the day you dont do anything you should be ashame of. its bussines and now its the only time you can make money out of it!
    he is the one you love and want to be with and the rest of the world has to pay big $$$ for you to just be they fantasy honey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinn View Post
    I wrote an essay on what to do during an audition, and also, an essay on dancer safety. I'm also compiling a checklist of what should be in every stripper's work bag. Let me know if you'd like to see it here.


    Sinn.

    Exotic Dancer info -> http://exoticdancerguide.webs.com/index.html
    Tips on Exotic Dancing

    i would love to see it too

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    I wrote several articles, at my Guide to Exotic Dancing Website.
    Here are a few:

    Auditioning for Exotic Dancing
    http://exoticdancerguide.webs.com/ar...caudition.html

    Dancer Etiquette - or what NOT to do while dancing!
    http://exoticdancerguide.webs.com/ar...etiquette.html

    Safety Tips for Exotic Dancers
    http://exoticdancerguide.webs.com/ar...afetytips.html

    Choosing a Good Stage Name
    (with Alphabetical Name lists!)
    http://exoticdancerguide.webs.com/ar...tagenames.html

    8 Reasons to Dance
    http://exoticdancerguide.webs.com/ar.../8reasons.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinn View Post
    I'm also compiling a checklist of what should be in every stripper's work bag.
    thats a great idea,,id like to see more of this.
    I Feel Like A Million Tonight,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by jroberts20 View Post
    I wanted to know how should I handle my boyfriend...he doesn't want me to do it but I want too!!
    Whatever you do....don't ever let him come in the club. No good can ever come from it. Trust me!

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    I just posted a new series of articles on Hubpages on how to become a stripper

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    This is such a great post! So much useful information. I'm glad I came across this forum. Money is getting tight these days so I wanted to explore some other alternative ways to make some cash. Not sure if dancing is for me, but this is a great resource. Thanks everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susan Wayward View Post
    I notice we get a lot of similar questions here.

    I would like to ask all of you what you think is missing from the sticky threads in this forum so I can get an idea of what information needs to be added to this section.

    Of course, I also know plenty of new posters don't even bother to read them so I'll also take your ideas on what I should title them to make sure every newbie does. I'm considering "How to make $1000 a night, every night" and "How to develop muscle tone in 24 hours." hee hee. All kidding aside, I would like your input. Look at those threads and tell me what is missing, and what isn't immediately apparent.

    Thanks,

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    ok take from a pro make sure your skin is thick there's alwasy gonna be some girl that been there for ever and feels like it's HER club... the best thing to do is kill people with kindness that doesn't mean share your clothes only trade outfit for outfit, use shoes you are comfortable in so what if you dont look like the rest of the girls you look better standing not gettin off the floor. Until you can handle your drinks take it easy and dont be afraid to tell your server make it virgin for a while. #1 rule EAT before you come to work!!!!
    Grrrrr

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    Hi my name is talyia and i want to become a dancer!!! The only problem is i hhave been to two clubs already and i dont think they really want to hire me because over the phone they said they wwere hiring new dancers...then when i get in there and they see me...they say they are full on dancers but they will gimme a call back if they get a opening!!!!!!!wat the hell...i dont get it wat is wrong wit me...i mean i thought i was pretty cute with a petite nice body...now not so sure since i cant get hired in either club or regular jobs...i dont ge it!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by talyia View Post
    Hi my name is talyia and i want to become a dancer!!! The only problem is i hhave been to two clubs already and i dont think they really want to hire me because over the phone they said they wwere hiring new dancers...then when i get in there and they see me...they say they are full on dancers but they will gimme a call back if they get a opening!!!!!!!wat the hell...i dont get it wat is wrong wit me...i mean i thought i was pretty cute with a petite nice body...now not so sure since i cant get hired in either club or regular jobs...i dont ge it!!!!!!
    The first requirement in this industry is a thick skin. The manager may not have liked your hair color or purse. You could have caught the manager on a bad day. Maybe his wife is banging the milkman and suing for alimony. Maybe a "queen bee" saw you and perceived you as a threat and told mgmt not to hire you. It can be any number of things. don't take it personally.
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    I'm brand new to dancing and I'm planning on going in for an audition at Deja Vu.
    My boobs arent that big, and I dont have the most toned body but I am thin.
    Is this going to make or break my shot?

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    This is a great thread. I think the best way to handle an audition is to go alone and not with friends. I learned that if I went with friends and it they didn't like one of us, none of us were hired. It's best to go alone...

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    My advice to new dancers in terms of auditioning...would be to go check out the club with a male friend stay for a while see if you like it. look around you see what goes on..what they expect from the girls. then audition another night. works for me every time lol oh and have lots n lots of confidence if you dont you really wont make money i promise you

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    Quote Originally Posted by talyia View Post
    Hi my name is talyia and i want to become a dancer!!! The only problem is i hhave been to two clubs already and i dont think they really want to hire me because over the phone they said they wwere hiring new dancers...then when i get in there and they see me...they say they are full on dancers but they will gimme a call back if they get a opening!!!!!!!wat the hell...i dont get it wat is wrong wit me...i mean i thought i was pretty cute with a petite nice body...now not so sure since i cant get hired in either club or regular jobs...i dont ge it!!!!!!
    girl im in the EXACT same boat like i had to check the screen name because i could have wrote that statement my self!!the exact same thing happened to me2 clubs in all and i call they tel me one thing i get there and all of a sudden they are not hiring.huh its so sad and depreeing cuz in my head im perfect for the job in theirs its a no go...like wtf am i that lame were i can get a regular job..and to be put so low as i cant even get a non rocket science job as a sripper...

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    If a customer tips you $5 does that mean they really like you or what?

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    They really like you. When I get tipped $5's (or a bunch of $1's) I make it a point to go over to those custie/s first before the guys who only tipped a $1, after my stage. I also pay them a little extra attention at the tip-rail if they start tipping early and keep tipping.

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    So many questions about auditions, clothes, etc. I think an important topic would be start-up costs to stripping. This isn't my first rodeo but even with savvy shopping I still spent over $200 getting back into dancing. Something more realistic like this might be a great wake up call to some who are broke and think it's 'easy money.' I know when I started originally I was so broke I had to borrow $60 from a friend for the cheapest outfit and shoes I could find. I didn't tan, have my nails done, or anything else. Good thing I was working at a dive! I know these expenses are often 'optional,' but in clubs in major cities they are not. Most new girls will buy stuff on sale and not have a complete look, (I fell into this trap this past week). Also asking the club about outfit requirements before you shop is a must!

    So for shoes I spent $30, a short dress $30, a 'legal' thong and garter $10, tanning special $10 (I was told this is required at the club), hair dye/razors/other beauty I wouldn't normally spring for $20. The rest of the $200+ was on stuff I guess I could have lived without except for stockings ($30 for quite a few pairs b/c they tear so easily) because my club has a 5 peice minimum requirement.

    Newbies need to know you need to have a bit of $$ saved up for these costs and you can't rely on making $$ that first week because you might be put on the slow shifts or need to really get your hustle down before you start making that money back!

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    Please do not wear baby oil, lotion, or anything slippery onstage. -_-
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    ^^seriously. I wiped out onstage two nights ago because someone wore oil.
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    Hi . I am determined to become a cam girl, im wanting to start on myfreecams and pretty soon! i have done loads of research and read loads of threads on this and finaly decided to make an account.. I have also been on watching myfreecams and have a pretty good idea how things work.. but my problem is that i just cant convince my partner that i live with that it is a good idea, He has it in his end that these girls have no respect for themselves are slutty ect ect and are no better than prostitutes. For me its not just the money thats apealing i also think it will help my confidence grow and i am serious about trying really hard and putting the effort in. I feel i am slowley getting there with him but dont feel he will ever be supportive, i am worried if it will effect my relationship and weather he will hold it against me? any advice would be greatly appriciated .. thanks girls xx

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