Our Life is What Our Thoughts Make It!!! ~Marcus Aurelius~

SAPPHIRE: “The Fight for Independence”


I see that my last post “The conversation between the conservative and the liberal” stirred up a few emotions. My book addresses the perceptions of the moral community, society, the conservatives and the liberals. All of these issues are found within the strip club industry. Exotic dancers have to be partial to all views even when we argue.

In that conversation, I am the liberal and I apologize for using the word dominance and submissive, that wasn’t my point. My point is a response and correctly I only meant that we all take roles.  Where yours fit in, depends upon you and your partners understanding.

I feel the only way that we can progress is to become diverse by changing our own taught out-of-date thinking. Even though everyone has a right to their opinion. Attitudes and prejudices are taught. I believe that the gay marriage situation is a moral one, which causes another problem because everyone doesn’t have to believe in your religion. This country was built 216 years ago to escape from religious persecution. So why would anyone promote their views. We are ancestors of immigrants, if not original.

I don’t like the excuse about procreation because I’m a high risk and damn near infertile. I believe this also serves as a purpose for our gay community. So many children need to be adopted and they don’t care who adopts them as long as the parents treat them right and love them. People are allowing their own prejudice’s to interfere with a bigger picture. Morality is not the big picture.

This is all addressed in my series SAPPHIRE. At the top is the sample cover to my book…the girl will be removed.. the lights will sparkle and eyes will be sexier…

Follow my journey this fall… I AM SAPPHIRE and this is my fight for independence.


Those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.”

~Bernard Baruch~

The silhouette of my naked body shakes in the reflection of lights and mirrors as I stand in six-inch heels, too shy to make eye contact. Follow my fight for independence. Ride the emotional and physical roller coaster that leads women into exotic dancing. Walk through the contorted maze of misconception, conformity and abuse in a world, society deems the underground. Free your mind from mental slavery, the moral community and perceptions embedded by society. This is to expose the Strip Club Industry and how it affects society as a whole.

I’d like to thank those that helped me reach my goals in constructing this memoir:

  • My publisher Ware Publishing for believing in me.

  • Every person that shared a part in my life. For both the good and bad experiences that happen establish true character bringing this memoire it’s authenticity.

  • Person that took the time to interview and share their life granting the memoire quality.

I’d like to thank the following clubs for working n your establishments:

  • Magic City, Atlanta

  • Rolex, Miami

  • Gentlemen’s Club, Atlanta

  • Goosebumps, Atlanta

  • The Cheetah 3, Atlanta

  • The Gold Club, Atlanta

  • Déjà Vu, Miami/Los Angeles

  • Spearmint Rhino, Los Angeles/ Las Vegas

  • Platinum 21, Atlanta

  • Flashers, Atlanta

  • Follies, Atlanta,

  • Strokers, Atlanta

  • Club Blaze, Atlanta

  • Pin Ups, Atlanta

  • Shooter Alley, Atlanta

Over the years these clubs have brought me much prosperity. Also, I’d like to give special mention to:

  • The Playboy Mansion, Los Angeles

  • Club 112, Atlanta

  • Havana Club, Atlanta

  • Tongue and Groove, Atlanta

  • Back Streets, Atlanta

  • The Cobalt Lounge, Atlanta

  • Fuel, Atlanta

For you guys knew how to throw one hell of a party.

Special thanks for just being extraordinary hustlers and pioneers to the game and becoming self-made men:

  • Michael Barney

  • Charlie Brown

  • Michael Childs

  • Derrick Cooper

  • Steve Kaplan

  • Hugh Hefner

  • Meechi (BMF)

  • Thanks to all the celebrities who were associates, friends and those I dated. Your life brings diversity into my world.

  • Thanks to the entertainers in the game for doing their thing and for showing me that life isn’t always as it seems.

  • Last but not least, thanks to all the men who loved us, protected us and provided for us because without you, we’re nothing.

  • Celebrities and clubs mentioned in this first memoire, “The Road from Normal to Deviant Life” are:

  • Alan Thicke

  • Bill Maher

  • Corey Feldman

  • Hugh Hefner

  • Magic City

  • Paulie Shore

  • Playboy Mansion

  • Rosanne Barr

  • Shooter Alley


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