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At Minx we diligently maintain a safe and secure venue. Minx operates legally within the laws of NSW and the Commonwealth of Australia.
Minx has additional house rules and policies to ensure the optimum ambiance is maintained for your comfort and enjoyment.
Our door policy, house rules, dress code and security are in place to maintain that caliber of patrons that would be expected to have access to such an exclusive venue.
Please click on the items below for the details of our rules and policies.
persons who are violent, quarrelsome or disorderly in their behaviour will be ejected or refused entry to the venue.
Minx reserves its legal right to refuse entry to any patron not deemed suited to its establishment
(a) this inclues patrons not meeting our dress code of smart casual ( No shorts, No hats, No thongs.) Patrons must have tidy pants, clean shoes, and a collared shirt; polo shirts are acceptable
(b) any person associated with or wearing any clothing, jewellery or accessories linked with outlaw motorcycle gangs and/or organised crime gangs including their name, colours, patches, insignia or logo or the 1% or 1%'er symbol will be refused entry.
Consumption, distribution or holding of illicit drugs on our premise is not allowed and discovery of such will lead to ejection from the venue.
Persons may be ejected or refused entry to the venue if they are intoxicated.
We ask patrons to show respect to our neighbours by leaving the premise in a quiet and orderly fashion.
When a person is ejected or refused entry, they are required by law to leave the venue and move on at least 50 meters from the venue's immediate vicinity, not to re-enter or remain in the vicinity for 6 hours and not to re-enter the venue for 24 hours.(ref section 77 of the liquor Act 2007)
A person who behaves in a way that causes the venue to commit an offence under the liquor laws or its D.A. (development application) may be ejected or refused entry.
Minx as with all clubs and venues in NSW is a non smoking establishment
Pass outs for readmission are available to patrons wishing to leave the venue for a cigarette and then return.
Solicitation for prostitution is not allowed on the premises of Minx.
As with all strip clubs in NSW, no touching of the dancers is allowed
Dominique, thanks so much for chatting to us again. As we begin to approach the busy end of the year, the club begins to recruit the best sexy women to add to our roster. And more often than not, many of our new recruits are completely green to exotic dancing. What would be your advice for girls new to the adult entertainment industry?
Thanks for having me back. I have plenty of advice for new strippers! Making the decision to be an exotic dancer can be a very tough one, and in my opinion you’re either suited to stripping or you’re not. If you want to be a high earner in this game, you need to be a natural people person and come in to your first shift open-minded.
What exactly do you mean by ‘open-minded’?
I knew you would ask that, and it’s not what you would think. Working in a strip club, you have to be really open to all the different types of people that could walk in the door. The highest, most consistent earners will strike a conversation with everybody whether they look like they will spend or not. Even if they don’t purchase a show with you, they might request you next time they are in or recommend you to one of their friends. And that’s how you develop a good business.
Thanks Dominique, that’s fantastic advice. Keeping a good attitude in mind, what can new strippers expect when they come in for their first shift at Minx?
New dancers can always expect a really positive and supportive environment from the managers, waitresses, and other more experienced strippers. Once you walk through the Minx doors, you can expect to be greeted by one of our fantastic dance managers. They will take you through some minor paperwork, and give you a detailed tour of the club and introduction to how the club works and how you will make your money from private shows and the podium.
So once the induction is over, what happens next?
After the induction, it’s really up to you what you can do next. I see many new dancers hang back and watch the other exotic entertainers on stage and talking to customers for hours, before they get the courage to talk to someone.
And do you think that’s the best approach?
Personally, I don’t think so. In my opinion, you’ve already made the crazy decision to be a stripper- take the plunge and get into it straight away! Sit next to a customer who is free, or make a friend with a dancer who is more experienced and they will always help you out. I always try to help out new exotic entertainers when they start out- firstly because I feel like I am paying it forward for the experienced girls that helped me on my first day as a stripper. And secondly, because my regular customers always appreciate some fresh talent, that way we both make some money!
So say a new dancer does decide to take the plunge and gets a private show- what happens after that?
Well I say congratulations- you’ve made it as an exotic entertainer! After that, the world- or should I say ‘strip club’ is your oyster, just roll with it! Keep talking to customers, keep making friends with other dancers, keep a high level of professionalism with the managers, and you will be a high earner in no time!
Dominique, thanks very much for providing what I’m sure is invaluable information for all the beautiful women thinking about becoming an exotic entertainer. Any last words?
Like I mentioned before, open-mindedness really is the key. You can earn your money from all sorts of places and all kinds of customers, so don’t limit yourself to who or what you think will get you some serious cash. Good luck girls!