Even though professional dancing is a respected profession, male and female performers are struggling to make ends meet due to the low demand for their skills.
Ballet, hip-hop, and other forms of professional dancing are not consistent enough to provide a steady income stream. Also, they require years of experience and dedication. For many pro dancers, all of that hard work can go to waste if they choose a 9–5 job. Fortunately, many dancers have changed the direction of their dancing careers. They have found a new beginning in another profession. Professional dancers are switching to stripping, and we can’t blame them!
So how is stripping different from other forms of professional dance? How can it pay off to switch from ballet to stripping? Today, we’ll show you why some professional dancers switch to stripping, and we’ll also outline some of the benefits of being a pro pole dancer.