Stripper, 19, who started dancing after being fired as a makeup artist, reveals what life on the pole is really like – and earns $ 2,000 a week
- Violet Kymber, from Melbourne, was fired from her job at a makeup counter
- The 19-year-old started a few months later at the men's club in Canberra
- She revealed how she can walk away on some nights with $ 2,000 and on others $ 0
A 19-year-old woman stripping after being fired has revealed what life on the pole is really like – and why it's not always as easy as it seems.
Violet Kymber, from Melbourne, was fired from her job as a makeup artist after having had a breakdown with a client.
A few months later, she found herself applying for a position at a men's club in Canberra after meeting a former client who advised her to try a new calling.
Since then, the teenager has lifted the lid of the industry and revealed how she found out that it is not the way to make money.
Violet Kymber, from Melbourne, changed to stripping after being fired from her job at a makeup counter
In fact, Violet said that real money is earned from the stage where she has to work diligently to have private dances with clients, while dealing with possible rejection and inappropriate clients.
& # 39; I think the hardest thing I had to work on was the sting of hard rejection. The money is not in doing your 15-minute sets, but in approaching mostly stunned men who are often not there to spend money, and convincing them to buy a private dance with you, & # 39 she said news.com.au.
When she first started dancing, insult became a & # 39; normal event & # 39 ;, she said.
She told how a man once refused a private dance with her because her & # 39; a ** was too flat & # 39 ;.
Violet also came to learn how her wages would vary every night, meaning that some services would earn them $ 2,000 while others come home empty-handed.
& # 39; Sometimes you earn $ 600 a night for a week and then a total of $ 50 the following week. It's an unstable income, so it's important to be responsible for your money and not give in to the excitement of a payday of $ 1500, & she said.
The 19-year-old revealed the dark side of work, including customer rejection and inappropriate customer behavior
The fact that she was in the company also led her to both & # 39; great & # 39; if & # 39; rude & # 39; address customers, including a man who sexually abused her after she leaned forward.
The man was later thrown out of the club and had to pay Violet the amount for a therapy session for the attack.
She now advises women in the industry to trust their instincts when it comes to doing business with certain customers and putting their own well-being above everything else.
& # 39; There is nothing better than coming home with a large pile of cash, knowing that you have not allowed anyone to despise or mistreat you, and that you have applied integrity, & # 39; she said.
The dancer said she is dealing with both & # 39; beautiful & # 39; if & # 39; rude & # 39; customers in her new work
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