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August 26th, 2013 11:29 PM #26Senior Member
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Some of the names on my list were trashy in my opinion, but I think the majority of them are just trendy names. And I agree, these are fantasy names, and women come to this website to fantasize about names they like. .. It doesn't surprise me that there are a lot of common names.
August 26th, 2013 11:36 PM #28
Just because someone is named something like Ebony (my name) or Dantea's Angel Starr doesn't mean someones a stripper. I'm tired of seeing these generalisations. In Australia Ebony has been top 100 since the 80's it was off the top 100 when I was born so my parents gave me a popular name. I wrote this on my blog a little while: am an Ebony so I think I have a right to say telling someone that they have a “stripper name” or a ghetto name it’s not nice. Ok so I may prefer Ebs to Ebony and Ebony to Eb but I am not a stripper I am a teen at a catholic high school. You could say well there have been no sucessful Ebony’s well what about Ebbenny Faranda she is a newsreader not a stripper or something like that. Just because you name your daughter Mary or Diana does not make you a better person then the mum of a Maddison or that the Mary is a better person then the Maddison.
Oh and also I have only ever got the "but your not black" comment twice and I've never been made fun of because of my name.Ebony〜Fourteen year old lover of names books and chocolate
Isobel, Eloise, Matilda, Alice, Eleanor, Amelia, Elena, Mirabel, Felicity, Phoebe, Tallulah and Eilidh
Eamon, Tiago, Cooper, Jack, Jago, Flynn, Archer, Lincoln, Asher, Alfie and Taylor
Pondering: Quinn and Naya
August 26th, 2013 11:37 PM #30Member
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Madison* -- It's so widely used!
Strippers are superstitious about money. We like to give ourselves names that remind us of money. Madison Avenue.
The original temptress?
It's magical sounding. The idea of destiny is romantic. It's a rarely used word name.
Jazmin -- this is just Jasmine creatively spelled
All spellings of Jasmine are super popular stage names for strippers right now. I suspect due to Disney movie Alladin. Flowers are sexy. Jasmine smells good and grows in exotic places.
One of the sexiest words in the english language for something black. It's expensive and beautifuly and exotic.
Innocence can be a profitable schtick.
The implication of something expensive and beautiful.
Fame and the heavens are useful energies to conjur on stage.
It sounds v feminine and is pronounceable in many languages. It's not a common name.
Song by the Police? The x sound is sexy/edgy.
the x sound is sexy/ edgy.
meh. I guess it sounds exotic. The v sound is edgy. It's a new sounding, not frumpy name.
Mountains are cool and far away, I guess? It's a new sounding, not frumpy name.
Mrs Ohara was pretty romantic. The clue character was hot. Red is a sexy color. It rhymes with harlot.
Russian names are exotic and elegant feeling and are not commonly used. They sound expensive! All strippers love cats.
Means beautiful. Short enough to be v easily understood in a loud room. Pronounceable in many languages.
Awesome for a goth stripper. (there are many) Literally means beautiful women and implies poison for extra badassery.
Nina wrote some great songs. It's sleek and french sounding-> classy.
see Katrina. Also, the princess.
Naturey, tomboyish and wholesome can all be profitable angles. Simple so easy to hear in a loud room. Trendy in the 80's, so maybe reminds a guy of a crush from high school. Real sounding.
Jewelstones are always good. Expensive and beautiful.
idk. x's are cool I guess?
super femmy, I think. Girlish sounding. Ms Spears?
See Britney and Kimberly.
See Britney, Kimberly and Brooke.
August 26th, 2013 11:39 PM #32
Ok, well then if every name has been used as a stripper name at least once, why even stereotype any name as a stripper name? Theyre just names, right? So then no name is a stripper name because strippers have apparently used every one, or all names are stripper names and the general population just isnt aware their daughter/sister/mother kate has a stripper name?
I think the point im trying to make is that if there are strippers named Madison and Mary, whose to say what names are stripper names? Why are you even compiling a list if every name ever is going to end up on it?
And another thing; no ive never met a stripper, and no i have nothing against them. Why should i care what someone else chooses to do with their lives? I never said strippers couldnt be educated, but why name yourself Madison if youre looking to be exotic? Little off the mark.|Penelope Winter Rose | Alexander Gideon Delayne | Luna Aurora Belle | William Owen Emrys | Liliana Tallulah Grace | Micah Isaac James | Dahlia Winter Carys | Elijah Samuel Leon | Coraline Lavinia Jane | Jasper Everett Greer | Gianna Francesca Maryse | August River Jordan | Magnolia Gwyneira Hesper | Silas John Paul | Anastasia Beatrix Pearl | Leland Samuel Delayne | Artemis Elektra Victoria | Lachlan Isaiah Rhys | Arcadia Callista Maeve|
August 26th, 2013 11:46 PM #34Senior Member
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But, I heard that speech about making extra money for college/travel/clothes a lot in my day, but it never really seemed to be the case. Sure, I knew strippers with college degrees. I worked in Atlanta, so perhaps the industry is different in other places. And that was several years ago, too.
And to get further off topic:
There are not a lot of women comfortable with being naked in front of random people that have not in some way had their sexuality exploited by somebody who normalized the idea of nudity in that way. And while some of us come from hippie parent households where nudity is not seen the same way it is in the mainstream, we still don't tend to then sexualize and profit from it. It takes 'something' to push us to that point. I know you hate being associated with trainwrecks, but the fact is that it's the gateway to the sex industry, rife with drugs and dysfunction in the vast majority of the business, and you have to be around these people too, and even worse the men who support their lifestyles, whether my description fits you or not. That doesn't mean there aren't plenty of good women doing this for a living. So, I can understand if that makes you feel defensive. But, I remain unconvinced that you represent but a very small fraction of this industry, and I have worked with women who have left the industry enough to say I am not going just based on a year or two in Atlanta when I identify a pattern to the kind of women the business attracts. They are mostly victims, some just don't know it.
Trashy? No way. I have compassion and respect for all women, ESPECIALLY if they take off their clothes to make money. I just wish more of them respected themselves.
OK, well there is one trashy stripper name I just read about: Pye Thang. That's AWESOME.