Q:how do you feel when you're performing? Do you ever feel shy?
Nah I love it.
Q:First off, your blog is amazing! I love the things you post and your dancing looks fantastic! I was just wondering if you followed/knew of any British blogs like yours? I'd like to know a bit more about how stripping works over here in Britain :)
I’m not sure where a lot of the strippers I follow actually live. Any of my followers feel free to suggest British stripper blogs…
Q:Hi! I love your blog C: I have a question for you: I'm an aspiring author about to start a new manuscript. I want to include characters in my story that are strippers, but I want to represent them as realistic. What are a few important things I should keep in mind while writing scenes at their work? Thank you for being so wonderful and for any help you can give <33
I would portray them as complex, intelligent, and dynamic people, just like non-stripper women.
Q:Sending some stripper love! We're the girls who get to work in wonderland ;) I'd love to work in the U.S. - mainly just to make it rain. We don't have that here, unless someone awkwardly flicks a pound coin at you, just doesn't happen.
Getting rained on is not a guarantee here in the US, fyi ;)
Q:Can you poledance? If so, is it hard and how did you learn?
Yes, yes, and at the club.
Q:Do your parents know that you're a stripper? What do they think of it?
My mom knows. She had a hard time with it at first but accepts and supports it now. My dad doesn’t know because he already has a very skewed worldview around jobs and life goals (when I was still a college student and a waitress, he constantly told me he considered restaurant work a shameful job and a waste of time that could be spent looking for a corporate cubicle career sooooo) so I don’t know if/when I’ll ever break it to him.