We must note that strippers are not women and men who sell their bodies. They are beautiful performers, often called exotic dancers, and their job is to dance in a way that entertains their customers.
Back in the past, immediately after clothing became the norm, women created this profitable job, which is can be mastered by anyone willing to learn how to do it and to entertain the audience. Requirements were simple: taking the clothes off and dancing in the loveliest way.
By the 1980s Americans began to enjoy pole-dancing and it was widely accepted and even portrayed in movies and theater. Nowadays people often go to a strip club so they can relieve stress, get entertained or simply watch.
It is common for a stripper to be hired to perform at a bachelor party or any other private event. Stripping has become a common type of entertainment but despite this, most people know very little about stripping and strippers.
The stripper industry is often criticized by many people around the world, especially by women. We have all heard many different myths and misconceptions about this kind of business. We from Chicago Exotic Strippers will bust these myths.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of people who look down upon the job title of Stripper or Exotic Dancer and their views are often vulgar and wrongful. This slanders the girls and boys who are brave enough to bare it all on stage.
Are you curious? Do you want to know more about the exotic dancer industry? Do you want to know what it’s really like? Check out these interesting facts about the stripping industry.
- A lot of strippers are doing this to put themselves through college. The actual statistic points to 1 in every 3 strippers. Considering how high the costs of colleges are, and how well-paid the stripping profession, we can see why people make that choice.
- Although the data points that the average age of strippers is 24, this doesn’t mean much. It just goes to show that people prefer strippers in their twenties.
- Interestingly enough, dating customers is not a taboo. 1 for every 5 female strippers have done it, contrasting 3 of every 4 male ones. Interesting indeed.
- A lot of strippers have “day jobs” – around 3 in every 5 strippers work something else as well.
- Only 10% of strippers are married. Not that surprising.
- Wondering what people think about stripping? According to one study, 86.3% of people think stripping is a legitimate profession. Then again, around 8% think it is borderline prostitution.
- The male-to-female ratio? About 1:9. So yes, there are MANY more female strippers.
- A lot of strippers enjoy the professional for the artistic side of it, namely dancing for living.
- The majority of strippers don’t think it’s a humiliating profession and 8 out of 9 would recommend it to a friend.
- Contrary to popular belief, most strippers don’t come from poor families, but rather the middle class. That sure is an eye-opener.
- 75% of strippers rate their job satisfaction highly. It’s definitely not a depressing profession.
- Generally speaking, strippers are well-educated and they don’t feel pressed to do the job – most of them simply like it (both for the money and the art form).
- Stripping can be dangerous and injuries are not excluded.