Women stripers at work

Duration: 12min 15sec Views: 709 Submitted: 29.12.2019
Category: College
Subscriber Account active since. Most clubs require an ongoing fresh supply of dancers because of the extremely high turnover rate in the profession. Also, dancers regularly switch clubs when their take-home cash dwindles, hoping to get "new girl money" at another place. Clubs apply a variety of techniques to recruit dancers, including economic threats and bribes, flattery, peer pressure, and alcohol. Managers often hire women to wait tables they think have dancer potential, and then encourage them to "get up on stage.

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We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. Masks are a mandatory accessory for all customers and workers, which decimates the strategic smiles strippers use to suss out potential clients. The traditional cavalcade of loud, spendy men — enjoying a Friday happy hour before heading home for the weekend — have disappeared.

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Skip to this video now. Play Video. College students say they make more than enough money to graduate debt-free.
The U. Exact statistics about the dancers who work in them are hard to come by, though. The interview that follows has been lightly edited for length and clarity. Liza: I started dancing five years ago.