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We've discussed the signs that customers should watch for when deciding whether to stick with their favorite Las Vegas strip club or find a new home away from home. However, there's a similar set of troubling signs that the strippers themselves need to look for too. If you're trying to decide if it's time for a quick trip out of town or a switch in venues, let this guide convince you not to put up with an unpleasant working environment.

Sudden Policy Changes

You're giving a newcomer a lapdance and when he starts to grope, the bouncer argues with you that the club has allows touching for weeks now. When management is changing the policies at a whim and failing to tell you and your co-workers, never mind actually asking for your opinions first, you definitely need a change of venue. This is a sign of disjointed leadership, and it could end up with you paying ridiculously stage fees on a whim.


Too many customers isn't really a problem, but too many dancers quickly dilutes the focus of the club. Not to mention that each girl ends up making less money! Managers who hire any girl who comes in are inadvertently lowering the quality of the customer's experience. You'll especially notice the struggle if those new girls are willing to bend and break the rules you follow, which results in customers pressuring you to do the same. Find a different club where you can really shine as an experienced Las Vegas stripper instead of being crowded out by newcomers that will likely be out of the industry after just a few weeks or months.

Customers Are Leaving

This might sound like a no-brainer, but too many girls listen to the claims of their managers that an ebb in business is a temporary blip in an otherwise unbroken chain of success. If the customers continue to drop off or leave for over legitimate complaints like being treated disrespectfully by dancers or the rest of the staff, you should probably follow their example and move on too. Even a shrinking customer base due to uncontrollable reasons should convince you to at least try a new spot for a few weeks. You can always keep just one or two shifts a week at your home club to keep an eye on the customer levels so you'll know when it's time to come back.

Erratic Behavior Is Interrupting The Business

From fellow strippers who burst into tears on stage to owners who consider their club a personal dating agency, erratic behavior is a sure sign that the club is going downhill fast. Good dancers and the best customers don't want to deal with outbursts from bartenders and arguments about drugs and other illegal issues between staff members. If the party atmosphere is growing out of control and getting in the way of the actual business of stripping, treat yourself with more respect and find a better workplace.

You're Unhappy

FInally, don't stick around if you're just not feeling the club anymore. You don't need a laundry list of objective reasons to make the leap -- your emotions and happiness are good enough. A simple change of scenery can have an amazing impact on your mental health and productivity. Before you schedule a month long vacation or start worrying about what career you can find to get out of the world of stripping, see if a simple swap to a different club makes you feel any better. Never force yourself to stay somewhere that makes you unhappy when Las Vegas is full of big and small clubs to choose from, each with their own unique benefits and challenges.




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Who Are Ivy & Leila?

Ivy and Leila met each other a few years ago at a bar during an adult industry night, and they didn't really know each other until a mutual friend started complaining about the lack of good information online about getting started as a stripper. They first starting chatting about the idea of writing an eBook on getting into the world of bodywork. However, a few strange personal experiences convinced them to expand their focus to include the entire world of sexy fun in Las Vegas. Co-authoring was the perfect way to add different points of view to each topic while reducing the work for each contributor. Of course, there may be a few guest posts from friends as the blog grows to add even more voices to the mix.