Speaking About Nurses Who Moonlight As Dancers - page 4

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Blonde bombshell Amy Toliver leads a double life to fulfill an incredible dream. The Phoenix resident sheds her clothes several times each week nightly at “iCandy Burlesque” in Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile Shops and at the new... Read More


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    [QUOTE=edmia;7166267

    I do think she's a little unrealistic about her future though. She wants to be a travel nurse after graduation and then go into the army?

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    The military will not commission an officer who is an exotic dancer....they might take her on if she stops her "part-time" job, but getting a security clearance is going to be extremely difficult. This sort of "diversity" is anthetical to the military's world-view.
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    Quote from Paul'in'FL
    The military will not commission an officer who is an exotic dancer....they might take her on if she stops her "part-time" job, but getting a security clearance is going to be extremely difficult. This sort of "diversity" is anthetical to the military's world-view.
    I know of several military (mostly enlisted) who augment their income with dancing and/or other exotic but not illegal sideline careers. Stripping is a popular one. But most of them took on the second career AFTER getting enlisted or commissioned, not before.

    Not saying that this means the military's stand has changed any or that you are incorrect. Just saying that it's out there.
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    Where are all the stripper-bod-job-worthy nurses working? None of my co-workers fit the physical requirements!
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    Quote from Meriwhen
    I know of several military (mostly enlisted) who augment their income with dancing and/or other exotic but not illegal sideline careers. Stripping is a popular one. But most of them took on the second career AFTER getting enlisted or commissioned, not before.

    Not saying that this means the military's stand has changed any or that you are incorrect. Just saying that it's out there.
    I understand your point...mine was that standards are WAAYYYY different for officers, who must hold higher clearences EVEN to be in a medical field. Any officer in any branch of service doing this must be an expert at flying under the radar.....A bad CREDIT score can louse up an officer's career, for heaven's sake~as can known adultery!
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    best thread ever
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    Does anyone think taking your clothes off for $ may cause women to be viewed in a negative light? Do you think it could indirectly set the profession of nursing back when we have people stripping to enter the profession? Nursing as a female-dominated profession has been a particularly oppressed profession without people stripping their way through school. Just my opinion.
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    I would bet she is making more money than I am making as a school nurse!
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    In college I had a housemate who had been a cheerleader for a major university football team. She had graduated, summa in history, and came to our fair city to find work and apply to law school, and she was smart enough to do it. She took a job in a club as a dancer, and came home a week later and said, "You know, some of those strippers used to be dancers, but I would never strip, even for the money."

    That lasted about two months. We learned about how to attach pasties with adhesive tape warmed over light bulbs and placed at a deceptively perky angle, and where to buy the most durable feather boas.

    Then it was, "Some of the girls are turning tricks, but I would never..."

    Next thing, she's not dancing/stripping anymore, but she's got a new Mustang and a fur coat, and moved out of our house into a really nice condo downtown.

    She never did go to law school. (Although I am sure she got quite a lot of money out of businessmen's budgets in other ways.)

    My concern for this nursing student would be that she could never never get the kind of money as a nurse that she's gonna get in the clubs, and then she'll never really get into the real nursing thang. I'm not saying she shouldn't, what she's doing (so far) is legal (and yes, I know prostitution is legal in Nevada), and yes, I am fine with women being sex workers, but hey. Somebody else wanted that spot in the nursing school class.
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    Quote from Paul'in'FL
    I understand your point...mine was that standards are WAAYYYY different for officers, who must hold higher clearences EVEN to be in a medical field. Any officer in any branch of service doing this must be an expert at flying under the radar.....A bad CREDIT score can louse up an officer's career, for heaven's sake~as can known adultery!
    Even if she were to stop dancing, good luck getting in PERIOD. She'll need that civilian trauma experience in order to get a commission if they even will consider commissioning her with stripping/pole dancing/burlesque/and of the above in her background.
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    I don't see anything wrong it. Besides, I hear dancing is good money! lol And as PPs have said, I'm sure there are a lot of professionals out there who used to dance.

    Seriously, though. I think what people do on their off time (when they're off the clock or when they're not in clinical or class) is THEIR business.


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