Why Men Seek Companionship With Strippers
Why Men Seek Companionship With Strippers

Why Men Seek Companionship With Strippers

Let`s talk about striptease and what makes strip clubs and dancers so desirable for men. Be it a boys' night out, alone

and looking for something fun to do, or a bachelor party, chances that a stripper is involved are pretty high. 

Did you know, that the first-ever strip club was established in 1890 under the name of “Gentleman`s Club”? Ever since

then, female dancers attracted more customers than males. Women would get defensive, saying that it`s a form of

oppressing and objectification of females, but let`s face it: stripping and/or pole dancing is absolutely beautiful. And,

if done with passion, work of art. 

Lately, women have started enrolling in pole dancing classes and it`s considered empowering, but before that, it was

hidden deep in the taboo area. What has changed? To answer this, first, ask yourself the following questions:

Have you been to a strip club with your partner? Have you noticed key reasons why men keep going back? Would you

go back with them again?

Why don't men bring their significant others to a club with them, "She'd kill me if she knew I was here."

That, respectfully, sucks. Why she would want to kill him, probably expecting him to do something involving the two

most common reasons women hate strip clubs:

Women don't trust their partners and think they`re actually having sex in a strip club. (Actually, outside of certain places

in Providence and Las Vegas, a strip club is probably the last place a man is going to have sex.) or, that they`re jealous

that men are going to pay attention to another woman instead of them. Scary thought, for sure, but it indicates a lack of

honest, open communication in a relationship.

So, why do men keep going back?

There is something strippers get about men that their wives don't understand

People enjoy pretty things in life, strip tease being on top of the list. You see a beautiful body swaying with music playing

in the background and you of course call it a work of art.

Are strippers objectified? Occasionally, that's true; but mostly men come in looking for companionship and connection.

They want to talk and get to know them before deciding if they want to go for a dance. 

But, victimized? Never!

If there are any actual victims in a strip club, it's the men. Here's what strippers get about men that their wives don't.

I've heard stories of dancers taking guys that were so drunk they didn't know their own names, dragging them downstairs,

and bleeding every last dollar out of their wallets. Or the lying to customers about how many dances they'd given (note to

guys—if you think you're being ripped off, ask the bouncer how many dances you did. It's his job to keep track of that).

It's true that some dancers work because of life problems and some feel like they don't have any other viable options open to them.

But haven't you heard of people, friends, or even yourself, who feel like they're trapped in their jobs because of their

responsibilities? An uneducated woman can make more money dancing than she can flipping burgers, and if she's got a child or children,

that's a powerful motivation.

For every woman who feels trapped, there are two or three more who truly love their job. Women are too influenced by that old idea that men and women are equal, but by using the male standard as the

measuring stick. That whole line of thought doesn't serve women; it tells them that they need to act like men as if there's something wrong

with being a woman. Men are great at some things, and women are equally great at totally different things. The new feminism honors what's innately great about women. That`s why stripping or pole dancing is empowering now.

Being feminine is not a crime, flaunt what you have. Women and men are quite different but equally valuable. When we honor both, we learn to fully honor our whole selves, because we each possess both masculine and feminine traits.

Women who hate strip clubs have mostly never set foot in one. I remember when I visited one for the first time, I was not

alone, but I didn`t fully enjoy being there, because my partner felt awkward, he spent the whole time looking down at his phone. 

To be honest, we left sooner than I wanted.

After discussing our experience, he confessed it felt “wrong” for him to be sitting there ogling at beautiful ladies

dancing when I was sitting next to him. But it was something worth experiencing, and we sure plan to go back soon. In fact, why not make it an unofficial "couples night"? Go there to appreciate the beauty and skills of the dancers, and then go home feeling more connected and amorous. Maybe with a few new ideas for a fun time… Imagine it`s foreplay that will lead to having the best sex of your life

And ladies, don't knock it if you haven't tried it.