NOVEMBER 2023: Danger 💖

NOVEMBER 2023: Danger 💖

What’s your name?
Danger
What part(s) of the industry do you work in?
Dancer
How did you get started in the industry?
I dropped out of school due to distant learning during covid. It honestly started as a joke but once I got hired and started working I realized how much people adored me in the club. My first night I only made $200 but I was so excited about it. $200 turned into $2k and I was hooked. Fast money can be dangerous but I knew that I discovered something that was easy and fun so I went all in and worked all the time, after stacking up enough I moved 9 hours away from home to be a full time dancer in Las Vegas.
Tell us about your favorite shift or customer ever!
My favorite shift ever had to be in New York City. The club I worked there had no house fees so that in itself was a blessing, every dollar you earned was profit! Randomly this man comes in and I was chatting with a friend at the bar so when he came up we just naturally went along with the conversation. We talk for 5 minutes and he ended up taking us to a double VIP room. He bought a bottle of champagne and ended up doing 4 hours with the both of us! Went home with 3k and that was my highest earning night ever so I was pretty happy and grateful for the timing. It’s always fun to do double vips and see a friend go home with a high earning night too!
 
What are some of your favorite things and hobbies outside of work?
I love fitness and health! Hot yoga has definitely been a game changer for me! I see my flexibility training increasing so much through it and it just feels good to move my body. Plus it helps with my flow and overall mobility when pole dancing. I’m also a fashion film photographer! I love creating concepts and experimenting with different styles of photography. My biggest muses are my friends and I love bringing my camera to work. Even if being a dancer is just a temporary job I don’t wanna forget the memories that I’m creating at the club.
What is a goal you’re proud you were able to reach while doing and because of SW?
I was able to move out into my own apartment in a different state and treat myself to whatever I wanted for it. I’ve been a hard working girly since I was a teenager. Always have been very entrepreneurial and aspired to be wealthy. Dancing has helped me live the lifestyle I want to have and take care of my family and friends along the way. It’s a blessing to have a high earning job at a young age!
What is something you feel needs to change in the industry?
I feel like the just jumping into this world needs to stop being normalized. I meet people who are very naive and don’t have good boundaries because they were inspired to dance from social media. This industry can be very hard to navigate so I hope women can truly understand what they’re getting themselves into before coming into the club, over saturating the selection of women and not knowing how things go. I understand we all have to start somewhere but I just want people to understand that the reality of this world is that it can be hard and it’s a big decision to make. If this is something you really want to do go for it but understand those high earning nights don’t come easy and it takes time to really build your hustle.
There is a lot of talk nowadays about sex work being “empowering.” Is this true for you and why or why not?
I do feel empowered in this field of work. I’m admired and spoiled due to being myself. I love the flexibility this lifestyle gives me and I’m grateful to have the opportunity to be able to confidently do this work and I don’t feel guilt or shame because before I started dancing
What is your best tip for making money at work?
My best tip is to be open minded. Sometimes the customer you least expect will spend the most! Building connections with regulars helps with having consistency for nights that are less busy. Feel good look good is real! If I feel like a million dollars I’ll probably have a great nice because that confidence exudes and reflects off of you!
How can customers make you feel spoiled, appreciated, and respected?
Tips are always appreciated $crzys3xyc00l
How have you dealt with the stigma of being out as a SW, if you’ve faced any?
I’ve dealt with it by owning it. I don’t hide what I do from anyone in my life because at the end of the day I pay my own bills. Anybody who doesn’t like it better put their card on auto pay for my bills!
What are your plans for the future (can be related to the industry or not!)?
My plans for the future are to continue being a free spirit and enjoying myself! I love dancing and don’t know when my time in the club will come to an end. For now I’ll just keep hustling, stacking and saving. I’m going back to school this Spring so I’m very excited to finish up my bachelors degree and continue to learn about Sociology and human behavior. Sometimes I view the club as one big social experiment and my nights are work are more like field research. I’ve honestly met the most interesting people in my life in the club and want to continue as I love hearing all of our unique stories as to why we’re here and apart of this industry.
What advice would you give younger you, if you could, both work related and in general?
I’d give baby stripper Danger the advice of knowing your worth! You’re a gem and you deserve the upmost respect and love from everyone in your life. Never settle.
Where can we find you?
Thank You, Danger! 💞
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