When you finally get that elusive first dance of the night… Advertisements Continue reading PFFFFFFT!
A strip club offers to pay part of your tuition…now, where was this option when I was dancing? Kind of neat, actually. Continue reading Strip For College Tuition?
I started taking some inventory: sofas, tables, bed, chairs, rugs – all things acquired from my previous engagement years prior. Washer, dryer – things I bought from a fellow dancer. Clothes, shoes, jewelry. Things. So I tried looking at other things another way: A job. Cute apartment. Friends. A girlfriend. A career. When I looked … Continue reading My Neck, My Back, My Rug
EAR SUCKING SUCKS Lap dances are extremely personal impersonal encounters. By personal, I mean that you are two adults in a small room alone together where she gets naked and you watch. Impersonal means that this is not the appropriate time for you to engage in activity reserved for your significant other, no matter how … Continue reading P.S.A #1: Public Stripper Announcement
I opened my eyes, dreading another day of itching, irritation and scabs. Yes, my scalp had scabs on it. They itched and whenever I put a bit too much pressure on them, they’d peel off. Along with a few bits of my hair. I was a train wreck. I called my stylist several times and … Continue reading The Price of Beauty: $742
My first trip to Atlanta was, well, not all that memorable. I stayed with my ex-fiancee (I know, weird but we were cool like that). She took me around to some spots, can’t really remember them. My friend, Lamar, took me to a couple of places as well. Nothing to write home about. Nothing to … Continue reading Bad Hair Dye
My one and only hairdresser moved. Seems ridiculous, right? It’s not if you know me. I don’t let anyone touch my hair. I had a horrendous hair cutting experience when I was a teen and ever since, I’m wary of overzealous hair ‘artists’ and their scissors. Most importantly, though, hair is extremely important to … Continue reading “Life is an endless struggle full of frustrations and challenges, but eventually you find a hair stylist you like.” Anonymous