Sure, most people associate strip joints with the after-dark hours. But frequenting a gentlemen’s club while the sun is still shining has benefits for clients and peelers alike. Read on for the lowdown from a woman who’s been there.
Think of any movie, any TV show, any sort of narrative—dramatic or otherwise—involving strippers. What do they all have in common, terrible choreography notwithstanding?
They all take place at night.
The strip club/stripper fantasy trope, no matter the permutation, rarely considers those whose days finish at 5 p.m. In truth, strip clubs during the day shift are mostly a matter of same game, different rules—and they provide a decidedly more relaxed vibe compared to the free-for-all of a Friday or Saturday night.
Amy Monroe (pictured above and below) is something of a day shift expert. She retired just last September after a very fruitful seven-year stint in Montreal, where she’s currently enrolled in college with a five-course load.
“The biggest misconception is that day girls aren’t pretty: FALSE.”
We caught up with your new favorite redheaded bombshell for her take on the ins and outs of hustling off-hours, and why nights aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.