Stripping or exotic dancing involves performing striptease
in a public adult entertainment venue such as a strip club.
Modern Americanized forms of stripping minimize interaction
by strippers with customers, reducing the importance of tease
in the performance in favour of speed to undress.
Not every stripper will end a performance completely nude,
though full nudity is common where not prohibited by law.
The integration of the burlesque pole as a nearly
ubiquitous prop has shifted the emphasis in the
performance from a slow-developing burlesque style
ta a more acrobatic, explicit sexual expression.
We Love Exotica Girls
Exotica Girls are confident, dynamic women who are intelligent,
fearless and proud of their natural looks and bodies.
They’re not afraid of showing the world what they truly are
and strong enough to say and do what they think is right.
Stars like Channing Tatum & Lady Gaga
are known for their show-business success.
But before breaking into the biz they
took jobs as strippers to earn money.
There are many other celebrities who’ve
revealed they were strippers, whether it was
for a weekend, a few months, or several years.
She explained what prompted her to start stripping.
At the time, she was a single mother struggling
to pay rent and support her son.
She took a job as a stripper under the name
“Silk” and that she felt “powerful” as a dancer.
“With every piece of clothing I took off, the more
I got my life back. I worked this body like a
well-oiled machine, and every movement got me
closer to financial independence for me and my child.”
Rose tried stripping at 15 years old,
but police raided the club.
She restarted when she was 18.
“Stripping “was the best time of my life.”
“I had so much fun. I really did.
All the girls were really cool.
The guys weren’t allowed to touch
you. I was never sexually assaulted
or anything like that.
I was young, beautiful, I was onstage,
I wasn’t ashamed of my body. I felt
empowered. I made lifelong friends.”