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She says "$1 million!? Hell yeah!!"
He says "Nah, I`m only BS`ing you, but wanna come back to my place and root me for $50?"
She says "No way, do I look like a prostitute to you!?"
He says "Well, we`ve already answered that one, now we`re just haggling over the price."
In my opinion strip clubs are demeaning to Both the women working there and the men paying to see the show. Don`t get me wrong, I love seeing a woman showing off the goods and moving to the music as much as any other straight guy, I`m just saying it isn`t Only the women there that are being sullied. Also, both the men watching and the women working at strip clubs Choose to be there, so who do you blame? The individual.
If you are capable of speaking intelligently, why not do so? It seems that people on the internet, are perfectly content with sounding illiterate and uneducated. personally, I think it`s sad.
Sure, they may not find being a bit more thrifty or cutting some excess as a vindication of their social class. And its likely that scrimping some wouldn`t cause them to tell a pollster how middle or lower class they are.
Being hit hard though, i.e. unemployment, foreclosures, seizures, etc, I believe would cause them to be truthful about their social standing.
As it stands, a large majority of Americans have not faced such hardships, and despite some cuts, are still living relatively comfortably. And that`s a far cry from all the doom and gloom that every major news outlet has been reporting. The next Depression my ass.
All in all,I wish education was better overal so that these women wont have to strip to make a living.
Like if you ask people if they are in the middle class, far more people will say yes than is statistically possible, because people like to believe they are better off than they really are.
Then again, I do like boobies and loose women.
Please, calling sex a sin is like saying breathing is bad for you, or that photosynthesis is unnatural.
Please people, think, don`t JUST faith all day. THINK.
Like I said, I`m still jobless, so obviously my own morals get in the way of me taking a job as a stripper. But, I`m also not as desperate as some others are. I know that there are other choices, but I can still understand how it can come down to either stripping or going without food again. I mean, people are having trouble getting jobs at places like McDonald`s.
No matter how you look at it... the fact that women FEEL they have no other choice is sad, and judging them for that is unfair.
Now obviously millions have unfortunately been affected, and some will have to look to more seedy businesses for employment. But listening the the news casters anymore, its as if they are suggesting my Mom is gonna wind up working a strip club.
It is interesting though. Despite tighter cash across the board, humans will still spend on their vices. Alcohol, fast food, and pornography, among others. The human condition at its finest. And some people really believe that all humans can overcome their nature for the betterment of all...
Young or not I still think some moral objective is in order here on some level. You don`t have to agree.
I can understand if these women WANTED to do this as a career not because they were broke then whatever that`s their prerogative.
This article just seems silly too. I`m not angry. It just seems a bit off somehow.
EDIT: Apparently, I can`t read, and your age was listed. |-X Regardless, I stand by my comment that having bills sometimes makes people resort to desperate measures in order to survive.
Also, no, women who have working husbands and a white picket fence aren`t going to work at a strip club... they don`t need to. What about single mother`s though? What about girls my age who can`t find anything else? I`ve been unemployed in this area for 8 months - actively looking. I can see how the frustration would get to a person; how the desperation would set in to force their hand at getting a demeaning job. Things are really bad right now. Just because you don`t want to admit that there are girls going into stripping who otherwise wouldn`t, who hate the idea, but are desperate, doesn`t mean that it isn`t happening.
On the other hand, if I can find a job (which I did) that does not put me in a compromising situation then so can they.
So they do it to themselves. Which is still a little sad.
Anyway, that`s my opinion.
After hearing only part of the video (Sorry, my computer wouldn`t play all of it), I`m not convinced that the positions being given are simply stripper positions. It could be as simple as they need servers, bartenders, et cetera. Sure, it sounds dirty when you say you`re working in a strip club (Which is what MSNBC is hoping you`ll think. It`s a nice edgy story), but that doesn`t necessarily mean the job you`re doing is going to be like that.
Anyway, I think very very very few of the people applying for the job are mothers with husbands and kids living in houses with white picket fences looking to "make ends meet". There`s plenty of other jobs out in the world that you don`t need to result to stripping for (Hell, even signing up with a temp agency). If anything, the folks signing up will be people who`ve already been in this line of work.
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