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his is the story of Bleu, a small town girl with big city ambitions and a thirst for the limelight. Though her birthplace of Canton, Ohio is the home to the likes of Macy Gray, Marilyn Manson, and the pro football Hall of Fame, Bleu feels that Canton could never be large enough for her adventurous personality and daring spirit. “Everybody always knew I was way too big for my city,” she says. “I’ve always known I was destined for more than Ohio could offer.” The 26-year-old Gemini began dancing at the age of 18 at a small, local strip club, but it wasn’t until a year ago that she finally decided she had endured enough of the corn and wheat fields of the Midwest and was ready to try something new. But how exactly did she end up in Atlanta, you ask? Well, Bleu’s clue came from a fellow stripper girlfriend of hers who had similar ambitions. “One day a girlfriend of mine was like, ‘Let’s just go and move to Atlanta and see what we can do down there,’” Bleu remembers. “The club had called me for a job, and I decided to go check it out.” The two dancers packed their bags and headed to the strip club capitol of the world: ATL, GA. And according to Bleu, “Life’s pretty much been great ever since then.”

Website: www.strokersclub.com 770-270-0350 Photographer: Sean Cokes 404-622-7733 Make-Up Artist: Mike Mike 678-732-5285 Hairstylist: Baby Boy 404-396-2739

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Words by Eric N. Perrin

Though the chipper stripper proudly boast a 34-26-36 frame and an adoring smile, Bleu feels her best asset is her toes. “I think I have the cutest toes in the world,” she brags. “And I keep a pedicure all the time. They gotta look lovely. Right now they’re a really soft pink, with a really thin white line. I love that.” And unlike most strippers, Bleu seems to genuinely love her profession as well. In fact, her biggest strip club complaint is when the customers ask her real name. “I really don’t like it when guys ask us our real names. I hate that. That’s the worse part about my job. My real name is really, really country.” Out of respect for Bleu, we won’t print her real name, but if we were to commit the malicious act of revealing her government name, her business would surely decline. “If you look at me, you would never guess my real name,” she adds. “It’s so grandma-ish.” www.myspace.com/bleuonly

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