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And while none of the following behaviors are inherently male-specific, I am writing from the perspective of someone with thousands of lap-dances' worth of experience interacting with (mostly) men.

I can always tell when a client is emotionally attached to me: he listens to my words, and remembers details of a conversation or story that we shared.

The judge even went so far as to suggest that her actions were akin to tossing litter on the street rather than a nearby trash bin, according to the BBC.Strip club rules can be confusing, and it’s OK to make a mistake. But someone who's unwilling to discuss shortcomings and bad decisions, it’s because they're still dealing with the guilt -- or too insecure to address the issues.“I’m sorry, I didn’t know I couldn’t take a photo” or “I didn’t mean to nut in my pants” or “I didn’t mean to fart in the private room.” Owning up to our wrongs is a big sign of maturity. It is always a red flag when a client starts bad-mouthing my peeler peers.If I tell a story, and the next time the guy's in the club he references it, points to him. If you tell a story, and he changes the subject or responds by talking about himself in an unrelated manner, he has no interest in you other than sexually.I'm certainly guilty of the same behavior when I'm just trying to get in someone's pants. But sometimes you’re going to have a booger or bad eyebrows.

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