Work environment[ edit ] Strippers perform striptease for a number of reasons, predominantly to make money. The physical attractiveness and sex appeal of the dancer determines the business she tends to generate. There are no job prerequisites; formal training is minimal, primarily on the job and provided by more senior dancers. Dancers learn a set of rules, such as: As long as she can "sell" herself, she is capable of becoming an exotic dancer.
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Print The History of Stripping The first account of a woman getting "paid" for dancing erotically can be traced back to the Bible, where some interpreters tell us that the daughter of the Jewish Princess Herodias seductively performed the Dance of the Seven Veils to please King Herod during his birthday celebration. Herod was so impressed with and probably so aroused by the dance that he granted the daughter anything she desired. Obeying a request from her mother, Herodias's daughter reportedly replied: What's in a name?