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Entries from July 2008

Vibrator Review: Pocket Rocket Booster

July 31st, 2008 · 4 Comments

I’ve used a lot of little clit vibes. You might call me the queen of little clit vibes, or just think that I have too many of them. The pocket rocket booster is, by far, the best. It’s a regular pocket rocket, but you can plug it into a battery pack that makes it reeallly […]

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Tags: reviews · Vibrator Reviews


July 31st, 2008 · No Comments

I am moving my hips in front of him on stage, and he is putting a dollar on the rail, another dollar, another dollar. As he puts them up, I clear them away and keep dancing. He leans forward, putting another dollar up. “Let me see your pussy.” I smile. “Let me see your money.” He […]

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Tags: The day-to-day of it all

Stripping 104: Stripper Etiquette

July 29th, 2008 · 6 Comments

I had the dubious good fortune of starting my stripping career in an old school titty bar, with old school strippers. Old school, in this case, meant you respect the hell out of everyone or there’ll be a blanket party after work. It also meant rules like, if a customer likes two dancers, the one […]

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Tags: Stripping

It's a sad, sad world out there…

July 24th, 2008 · No Comments

He is old as dirt, sitting at my stage in a worn flannel shirt and a faded pink and blue baseball cap. When I hold out my garter for money he is suprised, and then digs in his wallet for a ten. Later, after stage, after a few dances, I sit with him. He says […]

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Tags: Ecofeminist Musings · Stripping

Darcy and Alder to the Rescue

July 23rd, 2008 · No Comments

I’ve had these owie’s on my foot for a while. They’re way down there on my foot, out of visual range yanno, so I hadn’t paid much attention to them. My shoes broke a few weeks ago and I haven’t been wearing any (it’s crazy, I keep thinking people will notice, but they don’t), so […]

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Tags: Wild Food

Home, Without Shades

July 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

 “Hey! Womens!”   My mom sighs. “God, I hate this.”   “Really?” I think she should be used to it and good at handling it. After all, she was an adult when I was a kid and I was just a child. But she is scared like a newbie stripper, and maybe that explains my […]

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Tags: Ecofeminist Musings · stories

T-Shirt Surgery

July 19th, 2008 · No Comments

Everyone’s doing it, so I tried it too.  My favorite shirt is cool now. I didn’t mean to expose this much skin, but somewhere between the test shirt and this shirt things went slightly awry.  Oh well.

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Tags: Pictures!

Shades of Home, the Stripper Version

July 17th, 2008 · No Comments

Coming to this club is like coming home.  Not like in my little fishing town, where I walk in after being away for eight months and people squeel and hug me.  I know I could always live there if I needed to (hell, I have), the couch is always waiting with a puppy on it, […]

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Tags: Stripping · The day-to-day of it all

Book Review: No Man's Land, by Ruth Fowler

July 16th, 2008 · 13 Comments

I was so excited about this book. Way back in the day I read Mimi’s blog, so I’d been waiting for her book for years. I’m one of those geeks who reads the covers and introductions and blurbs and everything. The jacket said a bunch of stuff about stripping being bad, the underbelly of it […]

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Shades of Home

July 15th, 2008 · No Comments

To drive anywhere I pass a bunch of other wheres. One of the wheres this time was my mothers house. I got all the seats out of the bus! Most of the bolts came right out, but I used and angle grinder on a few. I don’t know why I didn’t take any good pictures […]

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Tags: Ecofeminist Musings