Before you come after me with a pitchfork, let me explain.Lots of women have the idea that strip clubs are places men potentially go to have sex for money.Here’s why I think you should have date night at a strip club:1. Even if you have no interest in being with another woman sexually, the female form- especially those fit enough to do pole tricks- is a beautiful thing. If you show you’re game, he’ll really appreciate it. Of all the women I’ve spoken to (dozens at least), only one left the club unhappy she had come.He’ll want you to have a good time, so he’ll be attentive even in the midst of nearly naked women. I’ve spoken to lots of women who go to strip clubs, and most of them are inspired by the dancers. She was just unhappy and determined to stay that way; I don’t think being at the club really mattered much.They still love seeing a hot chick going up and down on a pole." Is that not "generalizing a specific idea of everyone? You make it sound as if all men will enjoy viewing multiple private parts of multiple women, but when it comes to women viewing men, you state that not all of us women are interested.Then, you say "My final words are this: I am not encouraging anyone to go, or to not go, to strip clubs.Many guys think that strip clubs are just for men, and that is very untrue.There are strip clubs for women, as well, and here is the interesting part: some women enjoy going to a strip club with their partners and buying them a dance.
As you probably know there are lots of beautiful women in Russia that tend to move to Moscow from various parts of the country in search for better life.It came across as you praising strip clubs and visiting them, but also the inconsistencies made it hard to tell if you were simply saying "look, all men are going to want to do this type of thing, whether people like it or not, but women on the other hand may or may not." More in-depth info on the topic would be really fun to read.I did enjoy this article as I do most of your articles.I am also not saying whether strip clubs are good or bad." But you then go on to say "...You should go on, and take that offer," when speaking about a spouse encouraging their spouse to visit a strip club, so in reality, you in fact saying what people "should" do, which would definitely fall under the category of "encouragement." Just wanted to point those things out. I just feel like you were a little restrained in what you really wanted to say here & it made it hard for me to tell what you were trying to get across to your readers.