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Thinking about dating a stripper or perhaps wondering what it's like?I'd like to share my experience of dating one and what i have learned about the exotic dancing world over the course of 5 years.I get asked out a lot; but statistically speaking, only accept about .05% of dates from dudes I meet in the club.Some female strippers pull from the patron dating pool more often, and other women let any handsome face become a distraction. I know a handful of strippers who quit the job at their partner's behest, EVEN THOUGH they had first met at her place of work.I was at a strip club the other day (my first time in a strip club) and i got a lap dance from a stripper.Afterwards we got to talking about stuff and she kept complaining about her job and i made a few suggestions for a career for her to pursue when she quits.
My story is not unique, as there are innumerable roads that lovers can take, but here are some common scenarios. It's basically in my job description to be charming and conversational, and some people get confused and can't measure or discern real interest and attraction.
My friend said that strippers just wants my money or she is a hooker. Before I get to your question, let me expound a bit on strippers and strip clubs. Despite the seedy connotations, strip clubs can vary in style and atmosphere from incredibly lavish, tastefully appointed gentlemen’s clubs in the classic sense to “Sports Bar With Tits” to “Double Wide Trailer In An Empty Lot”.
The variance in clubs can make all of the difference in terms of the strip club experience.
When meeting the most pathetic members of society every day at work, you mentally adapt to preserve your sanity and develop various defensive tactics against being verbally abused and asked out on dates (among other things).
I met my dancer during orientation at a dental school. (I am taking into assumption that the girl you've met is a decent one.) It takes a very secure and confident man to carry on a real relationship with a dancer.