Is it ok for my gf to check a male stip club in vegas?

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  1. whizcreed profile image66
    whizcreedposted 5 years ago

    Is it ok for my gf to check a male stip club in vegas?

    my gf is traveling around in US and is currently in vegas. she is there with two of her other female friends and she tells me that they are planning to go to a male strip club. I trust her but I am not sure what goes around in there, can anyone give me a idea of what it is like and if I should even be worried.

  2. xanzacow profile image70
    xanzacowposted 5 years ago

    If you are worried, then you should share this with her, and discuss it. She told you she was going, so obviously she is not trying to hide anything from you.I personally have never been to one, and for that matter, would never go to one. I feel that sexual exploitation is of no good use, be it male or female. You might ask yourself, how would it be if the shoe was on the other foot, and you told her that you were going to a strip club. What would her reaction be? That will tell you whether you should be worried or not.

  3. Borsia profile image43
    Borsiaposted 5 years ago

    I've been to a couple, not my cup of tea but I went with friends. These were places orientated to men so I can't say what the female counterpart would be, but I'm guessing about the same.
    The ones that I saw were is South America so the US versions are probably tamer and the dancers probably aren't for sale,,, lol. (No, I never bought one.)
    As xanzacow said ask how you would feel about it if it were you going rather than her.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 5 years ago

    Only you can decide if you want to date women that go to strip clubs.
    When it comes to issues like this there really is no "right" or "wrong" answer per se. Everyone is entitled to have their own lists of wants and "deal breakers". Some people won't date someone who smokes or does drugs while there are others where neither one of those things is a "big deal". I've heard of women who will not date men who are shorter than them.
    It's really up to you to know what it is you want or do not want. The goal in selecting a mate is to find someone who (naturally agrees) with you on the things you consider to be important. Again I say it's not about "right" or "wrong" but more about "agree" or "disagree". You have to decide if it is a "deal breaker" for you and if it is you seek out someone who shares your same values.

 
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