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    If you are giving yourself two years to get ready I say go for it. Go to gim, keep a good diet, take a pole dance class ( say it's for health or that you lost a bet). Keep a regular job just in case, but why quit without trying? Even if you don't successed you are still ahead in the health department. I wish you good luck

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    BTW, here's what I look like: https://i.imgur.com/RXSHosw.jpg

    And this is what I looked like one month into working out: https://i.imgur.com/rqZQcaq.jpg

    I used two different pics because of my super oily, almost catatonic-schiz face in the second pic... I think my supplement had something in it that it wasn't supposed to. I stopped using it.

    Anyway, how old do my body and my face look? Beyond age 18, I assume that real age doesn't matter for stripping; only apparent age.

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    I see potential. Did you ever think about shaving all your hair and go try out Jason Statham look? Or do you have baby face without beard? ;-) If you work out at home try P90X program. I also recomend yoga. Strength and muscles are nothing without flexibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adriana Ray View Post
    I see potential. Did you ever think about shaving all your hair and go try out Jason Statham look? Or do you have baby face without beard? ;-) If you work out at home try P90X program. I also recomend yoga. Strength and muscles are nothing without flexibility.
    Yeah, very baby faced. When I posted pics with and without my beard, my FB friends had strong opinions that I should keep it.

    I did however trim my torso hair.

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    Default Re: Too old?

    I don't have any experience with this. My uninformed opinion is that you should stop out to at least three clubs with male dancers, spend some time reviewing what the dancers are doing and get an idea of the sort of stage act that appeals to the customers there. If you can mimic that, or formulate some substitute that you think is viable, you should be good to go.

    As for the "booed off stage" stuff: It's entertainment in public. That sort of thing could happen. You can't get anywhere if you let stage fright stop you.
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