Based on claims made in the existing literature, and guided by the Behavioral Ecological Model, this study quantitatively assessed excessive weight management behaviors and potentially related variables among Female Exotic Dancers (FEDs) in San Diego County. This study aimed to assess the relationship of objectification, harassment, and club type to excessive weight management behaviors. The current study used data from a cross-sectional pilot study that used a 400-item survey to interview a total of 123 FEDs. The results of this study indicate that 52.9% (n = 65) of FEDs report in engaging in at least one excessive weight management behavior. Results from bivariate analyses found no reliable relationship between excessive weight management behaviors and verbal harassment, touching, or club type. However, results from this study support existing literature that suggest FEDs utilize excessive weight management behaviors to control their weight or figure for dancing. The findings of this study indicate that quantitative studies are needed to explore the contextual variables that uniquely influence excessive weight management behavior among FEDs.