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Any time a customer screams at you, it is out of joy. Honestly, it's no different than people replying/ignoring messages here simply based on a photo/lack thereof. - but sorry, I just couldn't trust a woman who dances for money, so to speak.
People just make assumptions, and act based on those assumptions. I'd always wonder if she could stay true in a relationship, if the money thrown at her was appealing enough to seek a guy 'better', what she might do to advance her career, etc. I would figure that most are intimidated by what you do, who cares, people are sheep.
I am not an exotic dancer and people judge me on a daily basis. It's the same thing, people with narrow feeble little minds will jump to conclusions without knowing the facts and assume all are the same based on the actions of few. exotic dancing is one of them."I'm wondering, does the occupation of Priest have the same suspicions?
Remember, Jesus was never good enough for anybody; and neither am I, so don’t feel bad.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. or people who bash us jus becasue of being a dancer the whole stereotype surounding dancers as such as myself needs to change , we are people too! No, a job does not define who you and it shouldn't...the reality is, people in general (pre) judge others based on the way they act/present themselves, what they do, or by what they say anyway without getting to know the real person. I know this because I am most often judged on my size rather than my mind or personality.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... jus becasue we dont have an office job or we are not a lawyer or a doctor does not make us dancers bad people nor does it make us undatable ... Most people haven't walked in your shoes so they have no idea what you job is like.
You made a choice to sell your body , whether it'sa visual thing or a physical thing.
Two other women I knew had bought and paid for homes in a fairly short period of time. A dear friend overdosed one night in the dancer's change room. I'm sure that one day you'll meet someone who won't judge you by your job but by who you are inside. Sweety, you just put "exotic dancer" in your occupation section, lol.
Some fit every negative stereotype out there, other's did not. So, ask yourself this question: What line of work is respectable?
I understand exactly what your problem is, but what I'm trying to get you to understand is that most people today prejudge and stereotype others as well....it's not just "exotic dancers." I'm sure prostitutes, drugs addicts, and dead beat dads, not to mention men and women (in general) all have these same problems. Or better yet tell them you are an entertainer and leave it at that... then go home to their mothers basement and a crusty sock Keep your chin up babes!
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.
I did it just because I am also in the entertainment business and liked having a hot sought after woman on my arm and in my bed.
I lived with a dancer for three years and I hated her life. I can't imagine any guy wanting to deal with it for long.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I found it that most men when i openly tell them im a dancer i see the sudden change in them as if they are in a candy store or something and flashing lights saying sex! But I have known a number of women who have worked as dancers and I must say I was very impressed.