Q:What pole brand do you have at home? Did you have it professionally installed?
It’s a tension-mounted X-pole. I installed it with my boyfriend’s help.
Q:Is it mandatory to shave if your a dancer/stripper? Have you ever seen or heard of dancers that don't?
I assume you’re talking about pubes. In that case, yes, I’m seen dancers who don’t shave.
Q:Was the pole in your latest video a static or spinning one? o:
Q:Have you ever tried dancing to any Sohodolls songs? I don't dance in a club or anything, but dancing to their songs at home definitely makes me feel sexy as fuck. I just thought you might like them too.
I actually work with a woman who dances to their songs. Thanks so much!
Q:After reading all your posts, stories, & answers to some seriously stupid questions, I've realized a certain truth: at the core of it all, all your job really is is being a hardcore hard-sell salesperson. You have a high-value commodity that you're pushing (yourself & your skills) & looking to get the maximum sale price & commission out of it. If it were "Glengarry Glen Ross", you'd be Alec Baldwin, because you don't have the time to use Al Pacino's lure approach for high sales. It works well.
I don’t get that last reference, but yes. It’s a sales job. And my product is a highly temporary, luxury experience that is really not vital in the sense of other goods like food or shelter, or services like a doctors visit. It’s an expensive, pleasure-based service. It’s something that is simultaneously hard and easy to sell. And my commission is 100% so I have all the incentive in the world to do the best I can.
Q:Have you ever like had an awkward moment where your bra or something got stuck and like was difficult to take off? Do you have any funny stories?
Yeah I always just play it off and let the crowd know what’s happening so they’re in on it. It’s important to acknowledge awkward shit, it actually reduces the tension a ton.
Q:I feel like you get so many questions about your work so I'm going to try and mix it up for you so it's not as repetitive. If it was the zombie apocalypse and you were fleeing your house, what three things would you grab and why?
This is such a hard question! Ummm, probably a first aid kit, a maglite big enough to double as a baton, and some birth control pills (cuz you never know, maybe you’d run into the zombie of some hot guy?)
Q:I just wanted to say that I think you are AMAZING. I wish I could do what you do but I think I'm a little too pudgy sigh. I also wanted to ask what did you go to college for? Are you using your degree in any way currently? I think it's really cool that you found such a good way to get yourself through college. You have much respect from me <3
Q:Hi! I was wondering what the difference between a burlesque dancer and a stripper is. Thanks!
Stripping is more of a job, while burlesque is a type of performance. Burlesque is more of a performing art, and burlesque dancers don’t do lapdances. That’s not to say that stripping can’t be performative. Where I work, the stage work is extremely athletic and artistic, and it could definitely be classified as performance art. But we are still there to earn a living, whereas for most burlesque dancers, it is their hobby and passion but not their primary source of income.