American Stripper: A True Story of an Exotic Male Dancer

Male Stripper Dion
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 As a teenager, Dion McTavish was a nerd. Smart, quiet, and scrawny, he surrounded himself with video games and books. He didn't drink or try drugs and he definitely did not party. But something happened when he got to the University of Florida. He began to work out. Soon, his new physique and a chance visit to a lingerie shop led him to a profession he'd never considered: male stripping. 
American Stripper tells the story of Dion's personal and professional growth as a stripper and as a young man navigating a new world of debauched parties, drunk sorority girls, swingers, jealous boyfriends, and male revues. Come along as he acquires a highly prized cop uniform, has his first threesome, and falls in love--all while pursuing his original dream, to become an English teacher abroad. Vivid, thoughtful, and hilarious, American Stripper is a candid account of the transformation of an ordinary boy into a hunky, world traveling young man who knows how to balance business with pleasure.
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About the author

 Dion began stripping as a college student in 2003. He is currently the only male stripper blogger on the Internet. He received his BA from the University of Florida in 2004 and graduated with no student loan debts.

His first book, Behind the G-String: Dion's Guide to Becoming a Male Stripper, became an Amazon Best Seller at the time of release. Dion has appeared in Cosmopolitan and has been interviewed by AOL / Huffington Post.

He lives in the south, near the Florida and Alabama border. Professionally, he's had many jobs: teaching English in Japan, accounting, working in public safety, as a personal trainer, and as a logistics administrator. Unbeknownst to his coworkers and most of his friends, he continues to strip at private bachelorette parties.
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Jun 22, 2015
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