Because there’s little she hasn’t seen or experienced, she welcomes my stories with an open ear and free of judgment.
Guys gravitate towards her Lauren doesn’t dress provocatively, but she has a way of attracting groups of men before they even learn of her line of work, which also serves as the perfect icebreaker.
One week of listening to old money Ivy Leaguers at a stuffy club was enough to make me support Occupy Wall Street, so she is a much-needed escape from the pampered, snooty crowd pervading NYC.
Though a former honor student and avid reader, she chooses her friends based on character rather than academic background or social status.
I’m frequently asked how a traditional young lady like myself could connect with a stripper, so here are some reasons why we mesh well together: She doesn’t care what people think To make it as a stripper, you can’t let the stigma of working in that field bring you down. Thankfully, Lauren handles criticism well and is unafraid to call others out.
I love unplugging with her and not having to worry about answering questions pertaining to my professional goals or milestones.
While this is great for establishing a career, it’s no way for me to spend my twenties.
Whenever we hang out, her vibrant personality inevitably rubs off on me and I allow myself to let loose for a change.
The Indiana Pacers forward had been locked in a nasty custody battle with Daniela Rajic, who brought a paternity suit against him when baby Olivia was born last May.
But on Thursday, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper joked it was a “love fest” between the parents and said he was pleased to see them chatting before the hearing began.