(Closed) Mixed Feelings about Bachelor Party

posted 8 years ago in Parties
Post # 3
485 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Is it necessary to have strippers to ‘have fun with the guys’? If you’re that uncomfortable with it could they maybe think of some other ideas that don’t involve naked ladies? 

I know my Fiance doesn’t want to go to the strippers (because he feels they are dirty and disgusting) so they’re going to go golfing for the day and then having some wings and beers.

On a different tangent I don’t understand the stripper bachelor party appeal. Is it that it’s not considered cheating until marriage or what? I don’t think it’s a super classy thing to do, married or unmarried, unless your SO is down with it.

Post # 4
1883 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

  just ask them to go camping or white water rafting or something like that.

Post # 5
180 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

My Fiance is going to a gun range, then to paintball, then out at his favorite bar where they have lots of different beers with the guys. I think there are tons of things for them to do that don’t involve strippers. The idea that guys could only hang out and have a good time if there are naked women grinding on them is ludicrous.

Post # 6
792 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

My husband’s friend talked about getting a stripper for his bachelor party and I was really up front with him and told him it made me uncomfortable. Luckily he didn’t want anything to do with any strippers so he easily put an end to those plans… I felt really guilty about it too. Especially because I’ve been to plenty of strip clubs, I’ve had friends who are strippers, I generally don’t mind them at all. But for some reason I just didn’t feel like it was an appropriate way to celebrate the beginning of our marriage. They ended up doing a guys night/ slumber party thing at his moms house instead! Just be honest with him. There have been so many threads on this topic so you can always look back at those and see how other girls have handled the situation.

Post # 8
1088 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I agree with you all.  Why feel guilty?  It’s disrespectful and I can’t see how that celebrates the beginning of marriage either.  I wouldn’t go to a strip club for my bachelorette and I expect the same level of respect from my fiance.

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