LOLThis thread reminds me of a movie I rented a few months ago "Dancing at the Blue Iguana" it is about how strippers can't have a life outside of their profession.
One of the characters wrote poetry but couldn't get the weekend off to go to poetry events.
Just because a guy chooses to be a garbageman doesn't make him dirty..trashy or slutty, I've dated guys who weren't garbagemen and were all the above.
I find that a garbageman, well, most of them are clean and very healthy looking..
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Would you be comfortable sharing how you became an agent? I would like to learn more about the industry, but I cannot send you an email through POF because you only accept emails from women. I don't think anyone's profession dictates who they are as a person, just with a dancer you already know what you are getting (not a bad thing I don't think!! In some instances this might be very true but when it comes to sex workers it simply doesn't hold true.
I'm in Philadelphia, so I wouldn't be competitng against you. A stripper is NOT the same as a physical fitness instructor unless you also equate a drug dealer to a pharmacist. Certainly there are some similarities but hardly enough or of the type that make them "the same thing".
I find that a dancer, well, most of them are clean and very healthy looking..
You don't need to be an exotic dancer to have a bad name..there are plenty of girls out there that are not dancers and are very trashy...dirty and slutty.