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"I just think that women can easily make money using their brain instead of their body."

But it's their choice, right? Once again, a waitress who wears skimpy clothing for tips isn't using a whole lot of brain power but she is somehow different from a stripper?

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I find it interesting that you would use the term "shame" in your post M since that is exactly what you are doing. Yes, we all make judgments but that doesn't mean we have to belittle those who think differently. I thought naughty offered a valid counter-point to Rings and Mrs. Sav and certainly didn't see where she tried to shame them into agreeing with her.

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No, this is not true. I don't think that strippers are automatically prostitutes and drug addicts, not at all. I just think that women can easily make money using their brain instead of their body.

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"Going to dig up an old performance pic and post it just for shits and giggles."

Please do!

I agree naughty, the attitudes expressed here seem to come from what people have seen on TV and in the movies. Stripper = prostitute/drug addict.

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p.s. Like Rings stated, most would think less of me because I swing, I'm completely comfortable with that.

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Trying to shame people because they're doing exactly what you are but are more open vocal and honest about it is quite telling. Everybody judges, from the person that walks down the street that talks to himself/herself, to the mother who slaps her toddler on his face, to the couple fighting in public, to the woman dressed provocatively gyrating her hips in public, to the couple that is dressed immaculately. Good back or in-between is still a judgement. You can't shame people into your line of thinking. In my opinion, there are better ways to make a living. I'd have the same opinion of a male stripper/dancer as I do of a female dancer. Would I treat them differently than anyone else? heck no.

Mrs. Sav, Rings, great posts.

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I find it very disheartening to find these kinds of attitudes among people who are so proud of their "open-mindedness". As a former exotic dancer, I actually resent being viewed as on par with a heroin-addicted attorney. With exception of dropping some (legally-obtained) viagra with my man recently, I don't use drugs (ladies, I highly recommend trying it!!)

I know I probably had a radically different approach to things than most, --I had done FAMILY entertainment/clowning for several years before switching over to adult entertainment (hey, a recession hit and a girl's gotta buy shoe somehow!), but I had eyes in my head and had awareness of what was going on around me and the uncharitable comments I have seen on this thread would only be merited by less than 10% of the people I worked with over the years.

Many of us actually focused on putting on an actual show, providing entertainment value, not to mention investing in high-quality costumes and maintenance on the same. MOST of us carried ourselves in a lady-like manner and expected to be treated accordingly. Quite frankly, and this is probably a shame to have to say, many of my regular customers treated me in a more courtly manner than many of my boyfriends, and with no expectations of anything in return.

Maybe clubs have changed over the last several years, and maybe because to me it was a livelihood not a lifestyle....Going to dig up an old performance pic and post it just for shits and giggles.

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Nic, I hate to disagree with you since you are scumptious; however, I think an attorney who is a drug addict and a stripper would be in the same category, at least for me. But a waitress that is good looking and is making good tips is by no means in the same category- unless she is taking her cloths off and stripping : ) .

In addition, I would not be surprised if people thought less of me b/c I swing, but I would understand their viewpoint. I think everyone has their own set of opinions based on their value system. I by no means would encourage my niece or nephew to become a stripper or to see this as a viable occupation option. And if my neice and nephew told me they were I would still love but be disappointed. But that is my take.

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I personally would take huge issue with my daughter being a stripper but not because I think it is disrespectful or demeaning. My problem with stripping is it brings to light , blaring , glaring light that some men are simply pigs and treat women like whores. Granted any man can act like that and every girl will experience it I just do not want my daughter to become cynical, bitter or resentful of men. I also do not want her flashing her breasts and ass so often that by the time she got home from work she'd be "tired" of being sexy, playful and seductive and her partner would be short changed and she would miss the pleasure of "being sexual" for passion and not a dollar bill. I've known my share of strippers, most have zero respect for men and most seem to have trouble with "relationships"...not something I'd want for my daughter. Life is hard enough, relationships filled with potential potholes , drama and heartache but if one becomes "bitter" toward men in general no man has a chance with her and that is something I do not want for my daughter. I want my daughter to look at a man , see who he is and not see a dollar bill .

Mrs Sav

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Thanks sweetie, I would rather be juxtaposing my tongue with your right hand about now.

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