Strippers can write off those platform heels
Though some like to joke that the country could probably balance the federal budget if we audited strippers, many actually file their taxes as small businesses, writing off expenses like makeup, lingerie, and, yes, those 12in Lucite shoes.
A lot of the staff is married
Yes, you’d be surprised by how many strippers are married, and how many spouses understand that work is exactly that -- work.
Dancers pay to go to work
Despite the class-action lawsuits you might've read about, many dancers still have to pay the club “house fees” to work there. AS IN, THEY GET NO HOURLY WAGE. There are also tip-outs to the DJ, security guys, house moms, and bartenders. So in the end, a dancer is getting maybe $.70 of that $1 you tuck in her g-string.