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    SpringfieldSunsine
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    A Few Questions

    I'm semi-new to dancing, I plan on auditioning this coming week sometime.
    ( I auditioned at a high profile club in Reno, NV a month or so ago and was accepted right away. I quit the next day because the manager was total crap to me and kept saying things about how I was unintelligent.)

    I had a few questions, and I've looked through the posts and FAQ, but still have a few things I'd like to ask.

    1.) If the club I end up dancing at has NO LOCKERS, and I buy a bag, should I get locks for the zippers/enclosures? Would this encourage or discourage theft? Any other tips?

    2.) I plan on driving my car to and from work. I've read about the transportation issues of others, and plan to have the club's bouncer escort me out of the club and to my car. One thing though, should I worry about stalking due to the LP number on my car? It's a common car for the area, has nothing that makes it an eye-catcher, and it's brand new, (so it shouldn't break down ).

    3.) I heard from a shop owner that a local club's girls were pretty catty compared to a nude bar about 20 miles away. What do you think of this? Why do you think it'd be any less catty? I figure I'll see how both clubs are, kind of get a feel for them and decide which I like most...

    4.) First night jitters, anything to help calm the stage fright? I've seen some calming mints and things like that, but don't want to blow six dollars on some mints that don't work. I don't drink, and won't be drinking at the club/on the job, nor do I smoke, and will not smoke.


    Thanks in advance!

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    SpringfieldSunsine
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    Default Re: A Few Questions

    none at all?

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    Yekhefah
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    Default Re: A Few Questions

    1. Locks never hurt.

    2. You can worry about stalking, but why worry all the time? Having the bouncer walk you out is definitely a must (and remember to tip him for it), and keep enough gas in your tank so you won't have to stop after work. Keep an eye out and don't go home if you're being followed, go to a police station. Otherwise you'll just have to trust that you've done your best. I've been stripping for three years and haven't been stalked yet.

    3. Strippers are going to be catty at most clubs. Any time you put a group of women together in a competitive environment, there is going to be cattiness. You're there to make money, not friends, so don't base your club decision on the other girls. Do try both clubs and see which one you like though.

    4. Glad to hear you're not planning to get ripped your first night; a girl did that last night at my club and it was NOT pretty. I've never heard of the mints but I wouldn't bother with that. Just relax, breathe deep, smile, and remember that you're one of the sexiest women alive, and these men are paying good money just to watch you dance. When you go onstage, find a guy who's smiling and dance for him, making sure to smile and flirt a lot. My first night I got so carried away with flirting and being sexy that I completely forgot to be nervous!

    Good luck!

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    zxcire
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    Try using the search function. Your questions have been covered extensively and you will get a lot of good information and answers by searching for your specific questions.

    Also:

    I used a lock on my bag before I got a locker. Better to at least have a measure of protection.

    There is always a chance that someone will track you by your LP number, even if you're not a dancer. Psychos will be psychos. But you're right in wondering, and good for you for being mindful of your safety.

    One reason I can think of for the cattiness factor is that the tighter money gets, the less friendly the girls are going to be with one another, as they are more in direct competition. When money is flowing, I notice the women I work with are a lot nicer to one another. (No big surprise there.) Or maybe that's just the atmosphere at that club.

    The way I got over my nerves was to just do it. Just get out there and get on with it. I don't drink or smoke either, so what I did was promise myself a nice dinner when I was done auditioning *same thing on my first day of dancing*, and the reminder that I would be home soon either way, and I wouldn't know if I never tried.

    Good luck!

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    use a lock on your bag and leave everything super important (your wallet, etc) either locked in your car or in the managers office or safe (if you trust them and if they allow it).

    keep your money ON YOU by securing it in a fold with a rubber band on your garter (i'm sure you'll see someone who's done it). do this at least untill you get a locker.

    keep to yourself around other girls. you can be friendly and whatnot, but don't worry about trying to start friendships right away. just "do your own thing" and the frienships and whatnot will come later, natually. don't get pulled into anyone elses drama.

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    i wanted to add:

    also, don't mistake a girls quietness for her being "stuck up" or her "hating you". a lot of really great girls won't talk to newbies (self included) unless it's to help them out with a question.

    why?

    #1 most of us see new girls come and go constantly. there's no point in developing a quick fake relationship... and i'm not a fan of that anyway

    #2 most of us are -busy- even if we don't "look it". we might be thinking about our plan for the evening or waiting for the right moment to hit the floor or whatever. we all have our routines and strategies.

    also, some girls (not all... i've helped out new girls before when it's been slow) who latch onto you right away are -not- the girls you want to be associated with.

    i've seen it time and time again.

    a new girl comes in and an "extras girl" who none of the other girls like will latch onto the new girl and try to "teach her" how to "really make money".

    just be carefull of that.

    take it slow and watch everyone.

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