Why do women who will take their clothes off for money perceived as damaged goods?
Who made up the ideal that those who would take off their clothes for money had to have been “felt up by the creepy uncle or bone jumped by the soft ball coach? Back about 5 years ago when I worked around 98.5% women some of my clients (college students) did stripping in San Fran part time to earn extra money to pay for credits and books etc. They did it one and off because it paid them for 3 days work as much as it would me ore some other person working fast food or the sales floor for 5 days at nearly 8 hours each of the days. These were not “trailer trash” hoochies, sexually abused, or gals with no self-esteem. They just seen the potential to maximize their money to hour ratio and they did it. When they got what they wanted (and sometimes it was pleasurable things like new rims on the ride, ski trips etc) they quit (most of the clubs the girls were independent contractors. Can’t they just be smart enough to see the time leverage and used it to their advantage