I’m fun and naturally flirty and would love some audition tips!


Hi! My names Pamela, I’m 18 and thinking of starting lapdancing professionally in London clubs this summer after I’ve done alevels for some extra money and also for fun! I love your blog, its so useful and interesting to read, and I’m just wondering do you have any other tips or advice with the audition process? I have lapdanced before as one of my friends auditions girls at Whites club in London and I had some experience with him but nothing paid before! I’m a fun and naturally flirty person who wants to do this, its not just a money thing!
Pamela xxx

Hello Pamela,

I’m glad that you like my blog on what it is like to be a lapdancer.  It’s great to hear from girls who see lapdancing as a positive career move, rather than a dodgy job to just fall into, as some people and media channels portray it.  Fight the stigma!  You say that you want to start lapdancing professionally – this is a great attitude to start any new job with, especially if it will be one of your first!  The first hurdle will be the audition, the second getting through a nervous first night (try not to panic drink too much!  Just the one for Dutch courage….)
You say it’s ‘not just a money thing’.   Whilst that’s a great attitude sometimes, as a lapdancer your bottom line is generating a profit, as you pay the club a nightly fee to work in their premises.  Some nights you may not make it back!  Because of this, I’d advise you to plan a sales strategy and financial goals you want to hit – do you want to go to any festivals or on holiday this summer? Learn how to drive? Save for university? Get a flat?  Figure out what nights a week you want to work, the minimum amount you need to earn, and figure out how to make your time in the club count.  When I started out as a dancer you just had to rely on talking to other girls or copying what they said and did to make sales and sell lapdances and VIP time. But nowadays there are lots of self-help and sales programmes designed and created by lapdance legends.  I’ve tried a few but would recommend Jennifer McCumber’s Freedom V Stripping Success Programme – it’s packed with everything from sales psychology to choosing the ‘right’ look for your stripper persona.  The lady behind ‘How-To-Strip.com’, Jennifer is an American-based ‘Super Stripper’, who chose lapdancing as a career and stepping stone to becoming a multilayered businesswoman.  If you are currently swotting for your A levels, years of hard work and learning condensed into final exams and practicals,  I’m sure you’d appreciate how acquiring and refining your stripper skills could help make your summer super successful.

I have put some advice on auditioning and getting started as a lapdancer on my blog already under the ‘How to…’ section.  You can find it here http://sassylapdancer.blogspot.co.uk/p/how-to.html
But above all, relax and enjoy yourself as you make friends and make money within the industry.
If you have any more questions please feel free to email me.  Good luck with your A-levels
xoxo Sassy
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Sassy by name, Sassy by nature, I write to explode the myths which surround the lapdancing profession - standing up for the clubs, the girls and the customers. Its not always drinking champagne and playing with my tits - it can be hassle, hustling and hangovers. At heart I'm just a regular twenty-something posh cockney living in London who likes taking her clothes off...

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