My friends and I were having a random conversation and they all agreed I would be the stripper...😒
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Drug dealers are often involved with sketchy, violent people, whether they want to be or not. Definitely wouldn't want to be a drug user, especially not an addict. And if you get caught, you're in deep crap. Homeless sucks on so many levels, and there's actually a fair amount of employment discrimination against homeless people who try to get jobs and improve their lives. And I pity the poor souls who beg people for money, both the schemers and the genuine people. Thats just a sad position to be in.
Strippers can work in legal, safe establishments with bosses who are semi-decent at least. I had a friend who was a stripper and she supported herself through university and paid her own bills. She didn't want help from her parents, she wanted to do everything on her own. She now goes to graduate school in columbia and isn't a stripper anymore. She had her eyes on the prize and kept out of the self-destructive circles she claimed where common and accessible in the strip world. She was actually a christian (I'm not, but I'm just saying) and she struggled with the decision to strip, but she said the money was too good to stop at the time, and her student debt and bills were too big. She couldn't choose to drown, she did what she had to do.
And other strippers go down a variety of paths. Some just find sugar daddies. But you don't really need to be a stripper for that.0