and: Why Guys Go To Strip Clubs
Your girlfriend has no problem getting naked in front of any man when she’s on her pedestal in the strip club. Any man, that is, except you. There is only one man in the world (other than family members obviously) she gets insecure dancing in front of – and that’s you. She cares what you think of her. But couldn’t care less about the other men.
For this reason alone, you should either stay away from the clubs where she’s working or learn some strip club etiquette. The following rules are good to know if you plan on spending any time in strip clubs while you’re involved with your stripper girlfriend.
- Don’t sit in front row except for her show and only if she tells you it’s okay.
- Buy tickets for private shows from other dancers but don’t take the dance if you win. If she has to do a dance by club rules, give it to someone else and remind that person to tip her.
- Don’t tell the other dancers that your girlfriend is a dancer just to try and look cool or get a dancer to talk to you. She’ll just think you’re hitting on her and it will make your girlfriend look like an idiot for dating you. The exception to this rule is if you’ve met the dancer through your girlfriend and you’re saying hi but have to remind her how you know her.
- Don’t sit in front row. Yes, I already said this one, but it’s worth emphasizing.
- Don’t instigate arguments with your girlfriend when she’s at work. It makes you look like a chump and her like an idiot for dating you. Not to mention it’s hard to do this job with negative energy thrown at you like that.
- Don’t mouth words at your girlfriend when she’s on stage – especially angry words. Let her do her job in peace. Enjoy the show secure in the knowledge that she’s coming home with you. If you can’t handle it, then you should set her free.
- Don’t hoot and holler for posters. Clap and whistle for sure. But don’t act like a drunk orangutan. Leave that to the single guys. If you go with friends, tell them to give $5 to the dancers if they want a poster.
- Do not drink excessive amounts till you a) fall asleep at your table, b) start talking in drunkanese, c) get in a fight or get beat up, or d) make a drunken pass at a waitress or dancer.
- Don’t stare at dancers and waitresses asses or tits when they’re walking through the clubs. It’s disrespectful to your girlfriend. Even though she may not be there with you, the other dancers will feel sorry for her for being your girlfriend. Watch shows, clap, be respectful – but have some dignity and control.
- If you invite a dancer who is your girlfriend’s friend to your table, buy the woman a drink. And don’t hit on her or talk about sex or generally behave like a cheating loser.
Dancers are turned OFF by guys who can’t control their alcohol and/or their hormones. It is very embarrassing for a dancer when her boyfriend has no strip club class. Guys who are in control of their drinking and hormones and behave with respect and dignity in general will always be respected and appreciated by dancers.
It doesn’t mean we don’t like the guys who are hollering like crazy for our posters, or admiring our booty as we walk through the audience, or the ones who sit in front row. We love all those guys. We just wouldn’t want them to behave that way when they’re dating us. We want our guys to stand out from the rest – be different from the guys who worship the dancers in the clubs every day.
And it doesn’t change when the dancer has hung up her stilettos either. I performed my last show three years ago and I still expect my man to have strip club etiquette. I suspect that all women would like to know their boyfriends/husbands are behaving with the etiquette listed above when they go to strip clubs.
When I see a stag at one of the clubs and the groom has some class, I admire him for his control and commitment to his wife-to-be. The grooms who are trying to grab the dancers or offering money for sex – those are the guys who scare me off marriage. They make all men look bad.
So have some strip club class and don’t be an ass. Your girlfriend will thank you for it later.