I first started working at the strip club as a waitress. My "interview" was me walking into a cluttered manager's office, on the top floor of a downtown club.
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Like ASL Corp. There were times when my friends from college would come visit and even my friends locally, and they loved it. It's a double standard. But at the same time, as soon as people hear anything related to the sex industry, the credibility goes down so much.
So much of the experience is rooted in the idea that it is exciting because it is "bad," and the women are "bad" because they're exciting. A lot of it was staying engaged with people on social media and taking on a different persona. I remember she finally just said, "So if we offer you this position, you would be working for [a strip club]. Usually we would do two statuses per club per day for the whole month.