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Strippers Are Sexy

Strippers Are Sexy By Constance and Eric
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Gossips love to speculate that strip club visits equal marital doom, whereas I don't think you can infer anything from a strip club visit other than that a guy likes to look at scantily clad women.

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StellaHarris  

This is a great article. Most every article I've read about strip clubs is disappointing - they all seem to miss the point in their desperation to find something seedy.

I'm a bi girl and my husband and I go to strip clubs together sometimes and almost always have a great time. We're lucky that Portland has a great strip club culture - I can't speak to anywhere else.

01/25/2012

I love going to the strip club. It's sexy. Point blank.

01/27/2012
EvilleApe  

Your pretty open minded about the strippers.Rare.I can tell you from too much time spent that many strip club moments go past the innocent tease you describe. At the seedier clubs it gets sad and borders on prostitution. I surmise that between molestation,verbal abuse,poverty,drug addiction,rape and combinations of these we get the vast majority of the most pliable dancers.I myself admit that because of some damage i am to strip clubs as a drunk is to a bar. I can go and have fun with friends and not get carried away but if i go alone!Not good! If you go to church 4 times a week as a boy. You will end up a pervert!HA! Good Article.

02/05/2012

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