Patron's Hierarchy of Needs

Do you visit a gentlemen's club for the hot wings? Are you there to watch the ball game? Are you more interested in smoking hookah than eyeing a beautiful young tiger? It's time to sound the alarm and go over the basics. Every visitor to needs to understand the premise of this motivational theory. 

Based on the hedonistic desire to experience all five senses (sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste), everything flows and revolves around the Patron's Hierarchy of Needs (see Fig. 1). 

                                                                                                  Fig. 1. Patron's Hierarchy of Needs

                                                                                                Fig. 1. Patron's Hierarchy of Needs

The three levels enable the patron to utilize those five senses to their maximum and at the very top of the pyramid is the coveted lap dance. In a traditional sense, the hierarchy is best explained through the following chronological steps. 

SIGHT AND HEARING

1. The pyramid begins with the patron’s basic physiological need to observe the female body in motion, wearing a sexy outfit, and dancing erotically to the sounds of music (Stage Dance). 

SIGHT, HEARING, AND SMELL

2. Once a patron is visually stimulated and has identified a target, the natural instinct is to request a closer, more intimate look, allowing the patron to hear her soothing voice and smell her seductive scent (Table Dance). 

SIGHT, HEARING, SMELL, TOUCH, AND THE FANTASY OF TASTE

3. Finally, the patron and the target escape to a dark corner and enjoy a lively encounter that satisfies all five senses. The patron is close enough to see her goose bumps, and hear every explicit whisper underneath the backdrop of a sensual song. At the same time, caressing her skin and fantasizing about tasting her forbidden fruit (Lap Dance). 

Here's a snippet of The 21 Laws of Surviving a Gentlemen's Club Audiobook Experience coming in June.