First off, way too much text for a site like this. Secondly, you’re kidding, right? You claim to be into strip clubs but ONLY the ones where there are good looking chicks. Sweetie, that doesn’t mean you’re into strip clubs. The guys you go to these clubs with can’t obtain the girl dancing before them, so you get up there and fumble around her so that the attention is on you as well in hopes of them comparing you to the stripper on the same level of beauty. Yes, everyone likes attention but people usually seek it in less shallow ways. You talk about the motivation to stay in shape as a stripper, which is agreeable but does that mean someone whose body that happens to be post-baby and can’t reach the toned stomach they used to have be any less “empowered”? If they’re stripping and look like they’ve delivered a child, then they’re working for something more meaningful than paying off student loans; they’re trying to get money so they can feed their kids. Also, if you really are enthralled with the world of stripping, why wouldn’t you be supportive of women of all shapes and sizes trying to work their bodies for money? Just because they aren’t cookie cutter perfect doesn’t make them any less strongminded to get up on stage and get naked — in fact, it takes more courage to strut your stuff if you know you don’t have a picture perfect body type. You are an extremely self-centered “omg! Look at me!” type of girl and that is nothing short of obnoxious. I hope you don’t work for BuzzFeed…that’d be embarrassing for them (I’m embarrassed for them for this even making the front page).
Was there a law that every recital costume had to have sequins?
Get it together, America.
by Erin Chack
Treat yo self.