strippers

posted 2 years ago in Emotional
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

Boy you are just asking for trouble arent you? Tongue Out

 

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Bee Keeper

Hoo boy, if you don’t mind getting naked for strangers, please go ahead and do that. But not in front of MY man! 

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Bumble bee

These threads never end well.

I’m glad you’re not the “ALL men CHEAT with girls like ME, Now let me tell you why!” type we usually see around here.

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

I am one that is in the minority, I dont care if my man goes to strip clubs. He isnt doing any harm. I am encouraging him to get strippers for his bucks party I have complete trust in him! If you have the confidence to get your clothes off and dance in front of strange men then I say go for it girl! I wish I had that confidence or I too would be a stripper! :-P

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@shewolf:  +1 to all this. There’s a lotta stripper hate out there (and on these boards), but I personally don’t agree with any of it.

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

@shewolf:  @VAwife: also agree with both of you. I really don’t mind, at all. OP appreciate you sharing your side, but it will not be taken well around here. Some people just don’t agree with strippers/strip clubs etc and there is no sense trying to change their opinion (not saying they’re wrong in believing what they do – everyone is entitled to their own opinion on the subject). This subjects been beaten dry on the bee :P  

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

I’m ok with strip clubs. Neither I nor FH are ok with/want lap dances, but i think some of what you guys do would take talent (not everyone can dance for prolonged periods of time, or spin upside down on a pole).

Out of curiousity, what made you decide to become a stripper (if you don’t mind me asking)?

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

Agree with PP. I dont understand stipper hate or porn hate. I just dont get it.

 

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 1999

No – I don’t get all this stripper-hate. I don’t understand where one thing in everyday life is deemed to be ok and another (very closely related thing) doesnt? It is just entertainment, after all. When you think of the way some pop stars dress on stage …well in my opinion, they wear nearly as little as some strippers in clubs do. Even turning pages in a womens magazine you will find umpteen pictures of topless, bikini-clad or nearly naked (and beautiful) women. When you do a search on google for somethign completely innocent you sometimes get naughty pictures come up – there is sexiness everywhere – just think about the way we are ancouraged to bring little girls up.

My partner has never (I don’t think) been to a strip club but I have been to burlesque shows and have really enjoyed them. I wouldn’t be upset if he went to a strip club because it’s all about beauty – feminine beauty and it is something that we all share in common. Some may brand it trashy but in reality it is really just like looking at a beautifully undertaken study of an artists model – it is art (albeit in a different schema) and some very well known artists have done some quite graphic nude portraits.

 

I know that many people are offended by this, and I DON’T think it is wrong to be offended by sexuality, by nudity and by moderniity (beacause I do disagree with modern sexuality in alot of guises – the rampant explicitness of TV and music stars, how it seems to be OK for a woman to look at another womans body in a womans magazine and not for a man in a mans magazine and of course the massive gender-divide in children, in girls who are guided by society from a very early age to become sexual/pretty/beautiful beings and it seems NOTHING else). Most of my friends are shocked by my attitude towards things like this because ll of them bar none would be uset and offended if their partner went to a strip club, bought a naughty mag or even watched something online. The way I see it is that I find beauty in a womans body, her curves her beautiful face but ALSO in a gorgeous rounded mans bottom, a totally awesome sandwitch, a landscape, a photo, an artists picture, anything…and I take enjoyment from them all and just because I enjoy an amazing 6-teir sarnie as much as I do looking at a gorgeous ass, it doesnt mean I want to do anythign sexual with either of them. I know that this is just me, but I wanted to say that I totally understand WHY most women (and man) would feel distressed about a stripper-situation, but I don’t because if I did my man would have to ban me from takeaway joints, patisseries, sandwitch shops etc.

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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2017

I see nothing wrong with strippers or strip clubs for other people, but not for me or FI. We just aren’t interested, and I personally don’t want some other woman dancing right there in front of him taking her clothes off, waving it all in his face. I see porn as different because it isn’t in person, it isn’t live, he isn’t paying for all these things to happen.

It is good to hear from someone who works in the business, to learn the other side.

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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

@Jacqui90:  +1.  Well said and I agree.

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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

I don’t have anything against strippers, it’s just a job.  I think that the bachelor party situation just brings up a lot of emotions for a few women.  Unfortunately, it only takes one bad apple to ruin it for the rest of the strippers.  I’ve actually had a few stripper friends, and ironically, they’re all into other girls.

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