My girlfriend at a bachelorette party, participating with the male stripper: Is

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  1. Thomas Fowler profile image61
    Thomas Fowlerposted 13 years ago

    My girlfriend at a bachelorette party, participating with the male stripper: Is it cheating?

  2. relache profile image72
    relacheposted 13 years ago

    That would depend entirely on what the actual definition of "participating" is.  Cheating is most often defined as establishing an involved and mutual emotional or physical relationship with someone other than one's monogamous partner.

    I personally would be extremely surprised if in the space of a bachelorette party, someone was able to interact that much and that intently with a stripper.

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    MysticLingerieposted 13 years ago

    Unfortunately its the same as a guy getting a lap dance when hes married/ or about to get married. Usually cheating involves gettin more intimate. Everyone is their to have fun, it is a party after all. If something sexual does occur then you can call it cheating and it would be on you to make the call. Since technically you would be the victim unless you did the same thing as her.

  4. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 13 years ago

    No it's not cheating, it's a 'party' and just in the name of fun.  It doesn't mean she has any real interest in the male, other than enjoying his 'performance'.

  5. darkprincess profile image61
    darkprincessposted 13 years ago

    um i would say shes not being intamite at a party with the stripper who's being paid to take his clothes off which is his job, like any other job out there

  6. profile image53
    azsqrlposted 13 years ago

    This answer depends very much on "how" she was participating.  I have seen video of women 'participating' by briefly blowing the strippers as they work the room.  If she participated THAT way... then she may not be so innocent.

  7. dosborne08 profile image69
    dosborne08posted 12 years ago

    I definitely wouldn't consider it cheating. You probably knew about the event and I would want to know what you thought the girls would do.

    Interacting at a bachelorette party is probably expected and maybe something you should just try to get out of your head and not analyze too much.

  8. qtkeeks profile image59
    qtkeeksposted 12 years ago

    no, hello isnt that what you do at bachelorette parties? Sorry, just dont it think it is that serious.

  9. profile image52
    James the Rocketposted 12 years ago

    Yes it is cheating. Participating means sucking his penis, basically. A light touch or brief hold of his penis is as far as it can go, I would say, before it becomes cheating. To those who say it's just a party and it should be fun; yes it should be fun and yes the whole theme is based on sex... but I am sure you girls would flip out if your man had a woman sucking his penis at a party, or if he himself went and did a strip show for women and they sucked his penis. Come on! The same girls who say all this then demand fidelity! One last night? It's often not just the hen who does it. When there is sucking, it often graduates to intercourse, btw. And comparing this to some guy getting a frustrating lap dance is absurd. I love women, but by the gods, the sexes are so unequal!

    Oh, I forgot one important thing: some girls actually kiss the stripper. To me, sucking would be bad enough, intercourse likely a deal breaker, kissing would be crushing combined with sucking and bad enough on it's own.

  10. cherrycrime26 profile image74
    cherrycrime26posted 12 years ago

    No its not cheating, the male stripper is just entertainment, you have no worries.


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