Boy meets stripper, they date, she continues stripping
There are plenty of peeler-partners who do a fantastic job of staying out of the way of their SO's hustle-and-grind. This includes an ability to listen to outlandish work stories, a willingness to pick up food at 3am, counting singles, and knowing your lady is coming home to YOU after a long night of listening to pick-up lines from clients. I love playing the game where my dude visits me, blends in like the other clients, and then meets me at home after shift. Well hello, young man.
Boy meets stripper, and he's also a stripper
It makes sense that people in the same industry would connect, yes? Households with dual nightlife jobs are not uncommon, as cities with venues that house male and female strippers will inevitably end up dating each other. Bonus aspects: they can go spray tanning together, and share stage moves and dancing tips.
"We motivate each other and go to the gym at 4am after work," says Nicole, a stripper who met her fiance when she visited his place of work -- a male strip club in Portland, Oregon, called Stag. "It's a nice way to unwind," she says, "and our glutes look amazing."
Boy meets stripper, because he works in the same strip club
I've met some hot bouncers in my time. Who hasn't? It is incredibly rare for couples to share a working space in the club, and lots of industry managers and bookers know better than to schedule couples together. If there's a quarrel, nobody else on shift wants to hear about it.
I'd personally prefer to work away from my partner in order to maintain a healthy amount of independence and solitude away from the person with whom I cohabitate. "My wife dances across town," says Mark, a Portland-area security guard. "It's great because the kids are grown, and we share the same hours so we can spend time at home in the day."
"I had to quit my job when our relationship of seven years ended," says Jen, a 35-year-old former dancer. "We had so many mutual friends that I couldn't stand to be around any of them. Never again." Don't shit where you eat, as they say.
If a person has a problem with my job, I don't date them. If I have a problem with a person's job, they shouldn't date me. Not into long distance? Don't date a dude who travels constantly. Can't stand dogs? Perhaps don't hang out with that vet tech.
Don't like it if I shave my legs for other men? Don't date a stripper.