Strippers deserve good customers, and today I received an email from a strip club regular asking what he can do to enhance his experience as well as yours. While I am going to answer him personally, I also wanted to open up the comments section so you all can weigh in as well. Below is the email I received from John. You can view my response and leave your own in the comments.
I wandered in here through looking at strip club ettiquette because I quite enjoy it even if I don’t make enough to partake very often. I found Mounting and Counting blog and then came here. I like that you bring a healthy but safe veiw of stripping. I share your thoughts that it shouldn’t be something to be embarrassed, insulted, or demonized. I also appreciate that you take it realistically since it will affect ones position in society, no matter how wrong society’s position is.
After reading your post with the rape warning, I definately want to be as respectful as possible next time I go. I didn’t see post with eittiqutte for guys so I’m asking here. I’ve got the don’t stalk, ask them to come home with you, or calling out insults.
I’ve thought that maybe slacks would be politer to wear than jeans since the preformer will be rubbing against me. Do you have a prefered outfit for your clients? Slacks and polo for casual nice, but suit to indicate that one is there to spend lavishly and be treated the same?
Are there ways to know if your dancer is ok with touching or should I specifically wait for her to say so?
Do you have any other advice that would make the night more enjoyable for both parties?