Writer Sherrod Rutland penned a tell-all book detailing his life as a male exotic dancer in Atlanta. For over 10 years Rutland danced and dealt with numerous women. including various celebrity, politicians and even pastor’s wives. The book details his days hustling women for money and a lavish lifestyle. “I learned how to read a woman’s personality to know how to manipulate her. You learn to give women what they need to get what you want or need, I’m not proud of my past, but I changed my life and I’m sharing my testimony to help others.”
Rutland stopped by rolling out to talk about his upcoming stage play based on his book. Rutland also talked about his past life, including dispelling the myth that men cheat more than women. “Women cheat more than men,” Rutland laughs. “If they don’t cheat more, they are definitely better at it.”
Aside from women cheating more than our culture acknowledges, Rutland also suggests they cheat for many of the same reasons as men. “People think women cheat for emotional reasons only and that’s not true at all,” Rutland says.
The stage play, Confessions of an Exotic Dancer addresses many of Rutland’s past escapades, the underground world of male exotic dancers and so much more. The play will debut at the Riverside Epicenter in Atlanta on Feb. 25, 2017. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit: www.confessionsofanexoticdancer.org.
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