FAQs

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We are happy to answer all of your questions. Feel free to pose any question you like by visiting our Contact Us page. If we feel it’s a commonly requested answer, you may even see it added to this FAQ list.

Q How old are the women who attend your shows?

A Women of all ages attend the show. There is a preconception that you have to be a horny young broad to go and see a male strip show. Such insensitive stereotypes may originate from film and television portrayals of our industry. While some shows do cater to the wild women who just want to get nasty, our production caters to a demographic of women who just want to have a good time, be treated like a lady, and see a stage full of talented, incredible looking men.

Q Do you feel cheap, kissing for dollars?

A No, we don't kiss for dollars. The way we think about it is this: We're being tipped for our performance on stage. We're just showing gratitude for that action with our affection, nothing more.

Q How do I apply?

A Visit our Careers page to apply for a job opportunity. We seek experienced professionals that have the charisma, confidence, and an overall desire to cater to women’s fantasies.

Q What are the qualifications to become one of The Hollywood Men?

A Great looks, a great body, no ego, stage presence, charisma, talent, experience, formal dance training helps and luck. We only have a limited number of spots in the show, the competition is stiff (no pun intended), and no one wants to leave and lose their spot.If you believe you have all these qualifications, please visit our Careers page to learn more.

Q Do any of you use drugs?

A Drugs are frowned upon and not tolerated. If anyone of our male strippers needs drugs to enhance his performance during the show, he's in the wrong show. We are a professional group that relies on cohesiveness and teamwork. Drugs are counter-productive to that goal.

Q How do you stay in shape?

A The men share a discipline to lift weights, dance and eat well to stay in shape every day. However each has their own secrets to keep their bodies in shape, like crossfit, bicycling and yoga. Want more details? Ask the men by visiting their pages.

Q What do you eat?

A All of the men share the philosophy that you should only eat what you burn, otherwise your body will store it as fat. Want more details how our guys eat healthy and lose weight regardless if they keep a personal food diary? Ask the men by visiting their pages direct.

Q Are men allowed to attend the shows?

A Our audience is overwhelmingly female. Ladies feel comfortable to let their hair down and not feel undermined by the presence of a man who is not there to entertain them. However, men are allowed to attend the show because California's Unruh Civil Rights Act makes it illegal and discriminatory to preclude entry to anyone based on their sexual orientation and gender identity.

Q Are any of you gay?

A None of our male dancers are openly gay. It's our opinion that dancers who prefer the opposite sex will do a better job of entertaining them.

Q Do you get erections when you dance?

A Generally no, most of the time their mind is on the performance. But every once in a while a look from a special lady may cause our men to pop erections.

Q How old are The Hollywood Men?

A It's not how old we are, it's how good we've become! Our male strippers range in age from the mid 20s to the late 30s. We are old enough to tell you that experience matters more than age. To quote Mark Twain, "Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don't mind it doesn't matter."

Q Why do you have negative comments from other male revues?

A In two words, insecurity and jealousy. These male revues have copied our strip acts and elements of our website content word for word. And even stooped so low to write negative comments about us on review sites! Well, guess what? We're not worried. Industry follows the leader. We are about to celebrate our 21st Anniversary on Feb 6, 2016 and have seen plenty of male revues come and go in Los Angeles. We'll start worrying when they stop talking s**t about us or copying our ideas. To quote Charles Caleb Colton, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery."