Rep. Anthony Weiner exchanged emails with his cyber-mistress Ginger Lee right when his scandal broke -- advising her on how to handle club owners who wanted to hire the "stripper of Weinergate."
In one email to Weiner, sent on Jan. 2, Ginger says. "Just tell me what to do or say, this stuff is so far out of my league I can't even pretend to know what to do."
Weiner responded, "I want you to make decisions that help you be healthy and sane. We need to be zen about this."
He continued, "I'm going to stop talking about this. No new oxygen."
Ginger -- who REFUSED to call herself a stripper during a news conference with Gloria Allred and instead claimed she was a "featured dancer" -- has a bit of an identity issue ... because in her emails to Weiner she referred to herself as, "The most famous stripper in America right now."
She also told Weiner she was getting offers from strip clubs all over the country, but she didn't want to do the "stripper cashes in w/clubs because she may or may not have communicated w/somebody" thing.
Ginger eventually had a change of heart, because she was front and center at the Pink Pony last night.