Exotic dancer dating
"I should just be a stripper," I would mutter whenever I felt bored or overwhelmed at work. As someone who's happily played the role of the good girl for as long as I can remember, becoming an exotic dancer wasn't part of my plan.But from my first pole-dancing class, I was hooked and immediately curious about trying it outside the studio.What you need to do is not care what others think of you. I think some of the problem with how you are perceived can be traced to you. The men that think and say nasty crap like that are the ones who sit around the stage with their mouths hanging open... Sorry to hear that the judgmental hypocrites are getting you down about what you do for a living.If you're happy doing what you do and you share with them what you do, if they can't accept it or start treating you differently, then move on to others who will accept you for you. Well I was going to write a different type of reply, but when you have a name like sugababe what do you expect? I've dated dancers before and have known several as friends. No matter what anyone does for a living, there will always be people that disapprove.
Hmmm, your paying customers always leave happier than when they arrived. Keep your chin up, and just keep looking for the guy who'll appreciate you for being you, not for what you do.It's like being airbrushed, tanned, and toned all at once.4. They might not look like a six-pack (mine certainly don't, except occasionally at certain angles under aforementioned red lights), but I'm in better shape than I've ever been. There are girls who are experts at pole fitness and girls who barely touch the pole.