The truth behind a dancer's job

The truth behind a dancer's job

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Ellie Midwood By EllieMidwood Updated Aug 03, 2014


     If you think that a dancer's job is to dance, you are terribly mistaken. A dancer's job is to sell a sublimation of a personal life a customer doesn't have. Or it just plain sucks. And so he comes to the club to escape his 24/7 life that he hates, his jobs that pays the bills and his wife who he hasn't spoken to in days.

     We are always here to listen, to support, to understand, to help to make the right decision...as long as you pay us. We are the best therapists that you can possibly talk to, we never judge or laugh at you, we love you here and now, as long as you keep putting twenties in our bras. But don't count on us as soon as you run out of money; we'll thank you for a drink, we'll wish you a good night and tell you to come again. Right after your pay day.

     I've always felt sorry for those poor Wall Street guys, whose personal life was only existent within the gentlemen's club walls. They will take you to the private room and pay cash for 3 or 4 hours just to tel...