So many of my coworkers at the club make no personal use of all their professional experiences observing and interacting with different types of men. Does he treat it like a consequence-free environment, or does he act like the same person he is outside?When dating, initial excitement with the variety and novelty of his requests turns into the fear that an unworkable sex life is around the corner. The number one stripper boyfriend stereotype is the guy who's living off of his girlfriend's lapdance money.As customers, these guys say things like, "If you were my woman, I'd never let you do this." I don't want to know what else he doesn't think he would "let his woman" do.It's a short step to crazy jealousy when he insists he's just really loving you when he doesn't want you to go out for girls' nights or keep exes as Facebook friends. I worked with the sweetest girl — whose husband would show people a camera phone photo of her in mid-facial. It's nice to date someone who's cool with you taking your clothes off for a living, but someone who gets off on it can present a problem.It's all part of an eventual plan to control and isolate "his woman" from the world. He's the customer who says, "I bet you get so turned on at work.
"I just thought I'd wear it curly for once." He angrily informed her that "'Macy' (her stage name) has straight hair.MY WIFE has curly hair."Needless to say, by the time she got to work, her hair was straight.Some of us are thinking, "Girl, when he made you pay for two dates in a row, you should've known," or "That man is a serial stripper dater — what were you thinking?" Bad boyfriends reveal themselves pretty readily whether they're dating or in the club, and I'm here to connect the dots, so you don't have to waste your time.
You can tell a lot about a man by how he acts in a strip club.
In fact, I know they're ignoring this inside knowledge, because I hear at least one screaming fight on a cell phone a night in the dressing room.