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Back in college, I got dragged to an amateur night at a local strip club in the most classic scenario you could imagine of two broke college girls trying to earn some extra money.At first, I was told -- and thought -- we were going to That was the first time I ever set foot in a strip club, and would be the most exposure I'd have to that particular world for a few more years. I found myself at a variety show one night at a theater in the city to surprise an old friend I saw in the lineup. Ross: Growing up as a little person in Atlanta, it was difficult. MN: How was it for you growing up as a little person in Atlanta? Well, that’s how Ashley “Minnie” Ross got her nickname way back in the day.“My good buddy started calling me Minnie [laughs].”And while the star of the newest show in the franchise can laugh about it now, jokes about her size and the stares that came with them made it hard for the 31-year-old when she was growing up in Atlanta. They thought that it was a disability and that I couldn’t do the job. ” I can do anything that a normal-sized person can do. And when I walk out of the door I’m on point because I’m like, I don’t know who’s staring at me and who is trying to take a picture of me. One of my best friends used to go off on everybody who used to say something crazy about me.Ashley “Minnie” Ross: I wanted to be part of this movement because I want everyone to see our point of view in life. MN: Were you nervous about doing the show considering that, especially with the LA franchise, there can be a lot of drama and even physical violence? And when I went to school and got my license, I started working in her shop. MN: How has your dating life been in Atlanta, especially as a little woman? I’ve had men just come up to me and say, “You know what? I can throw you up in the air,” and I’m like, “No, you can’t.” First of all, I’m heavy, and you’re not throwing me nowhere [laughs].Burlesque had all of that, plus any kind of girl could do it.I saw a super-tall girl, a very curvy girl, and really no kind of women I thought I would see on stage in a show like that.

USAC effectively took AAA’s place as the top sanction in the world for what they termed Championship automobile racing. And as I grew up, even with employers, I would try to get a job, and they wouldn’t hire me because I was a little person. They would have a sign saying “Hiring” and when I would go and try to apply for the job they would say, “No, we’re not hiring.”MN: How were you able to maintain a positive outlook even with such forms of rejection and bullying? Give them something to stare at.” So I always kid with her and say, “You created a diva.” Because when she told me that, well, nowadays, it takes two hours for me to get ready. People were bullying and teasing and pointing and staring. You get people who try to take pictures of you on the side. She sat down with me one day and said, “You have people staring at you. Learn more about Ross, whom you can call “Minnie,” from our chat below.? ” My mom would tell me, “You’re different, but God made you this way for a reason.” And, as I got older, I got used to it. I don’t care if people stare at me, but if you’re being ignorant about the situation, now that’s what bothers me. MN: When you were finally able to get opportunities to do hair, how did clients initially treat you? Ross: The old saying is, “It takes somebody to know somebody.” My mom knew a hairstylist and that woman gave me the opportunity to work in her shop as her assistant. Your hustle has to be on point because you can’t half-step in Atlanta with the hair business. And as you will soon find out, even trying to get a job as a hairstylist as a little person was tough for Ross. The sweet and comical stylist and newest reality star has learned to brush off the jokes, allow her talent to speak for her in the ATL haircare industry, and in her words, give people (including possible suitors) something to stare at. But if they’re going to stare, I’m going to give them something to stare at. I used to cry and ask my mom, “Why are they staring at me? And like I said, I had my mom, and I had my family who’ve been very supportive of me.I want people to, you know, see what we go through. I guess, me being a little person, people were actually drawn to me. I want to see what she can do.” I was getting clientele back to back because they wanted to experience a little person doing their hair. What kind of men approach you and what kinds have you had to avoid? They say that men have a fantasy of dating a little person. But on the other hand, little people have to watch out in the dating world because you don’t know what people’s motive are. And at the end of the day, we have each other’s back.