Strippers on Twitter are fairly united. Between the ridiculous things customers say and the madness of dancers, sometimes it’s good to know you’re not alone. After some Twitter stalking, here’s a list of the 5 most on point strippers gracing my newsfeed.
1. Jacq the Stripper
This dancer has created a stream of original, brilliantly creative illustrations that pretty much sum up stripper life. Her cartoons are regularly a source of conversation between my fellow dancers and I as they are always relatable.
In addition to this, she has a couple of books under her belt including ‘The Beaver Diaries’ and ‘Striptastic’ (click here to contribute to the Kickstarter campaign) and merchandise. She makes what’s infuriating about stripping, funny! You can visit her website here.
2. Stripper Problems™
A collection of memes, quotes and musings on life in the club, this page paints the rollercoaster and the trials and tribulations of stripper life. From weird things that happened in a dance to trying to maintain a ‘civilian’ life, this is a honest representation of life backstage with a shortlist of the only retweets you really need. Ultimately, it’s a feed you will want to visit every time you are online.
A tweeter that also has a really great blog (click here) with fresh content. Consequently, you will find a lot of in depth information about clients, advice and anecdotes. It’s very informative and her tweets are definitely up front and without a filter, therefore making them a fab read!
4. Stripper in Norway
Bringing it back Euroside, this socially aware stripper makes some very insightful tweets about the stigma dancers face within society, especially in a more conservative country like Norway. There is still plenty of light-hearted content and it gives a very balanced account of dancer life, where dancing is not so mainstream.
5. Jessica Barry
With a slightly different tone, cat lady/PhD student/stripper, Jessica is all about the girl power. She has thought provoking tweets, challenge sex worker misconceptions in an informed manner. She points out ways flaws in society are the problem, not the girls making their own decisions about their bodies. Definitely the way it should be…
So there you have it, my top 5 stripper Twitters and why I like to keep up to date with them. Furthermore, whilst they have different presentation styles, they have the same agenda. That being, calling out how ridiculous some of the (entirely wrong) perceptions of lap dancers are and the universal issues within the job.
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