Being a showgirl has its perks. For one, they get to be the center of attention. A pretty face in a tight corset, heels and something feathery is always good for getting the pulse moving in a hot blooded man. And considering men seem to be the only people who come into the saloon, it tends to work out well for the dancers on stage. And when there are so many people paying attention to one girl, they tend to vie for her affections. Most often in the form of expensive gifts. Raven likes expensive gifts.
Another thing that Raven enjoys is a sold out crowd. She likes it because her employer--the portly middle-aged man with the thinning hair behind the bar--likes it. Patrons leave more tips and boss-man gives a bigger share to her. And the crowd doesn't get much bigger than it is tonight. Maybe it's because of the carefully planted rumors that've been going around about the dancer's new performance. Is it really as saucy as they say? The only way to find out is to go, but regulars already k