Strip clubs provide guys (and gals!) with an awesome night out. You can go and see beautiful ladies dance and take off their clothes while swilling your favorite draft beer. They give you much needed stress relief and a little bit of eye candy. Here are 6 myths about strip clubs that you should avoid if you want to really enjoy your night.
Myth – You Look Cool In Sweatpants
Most places have a dress code. Even for those that don’t, take a minute and think about what you’re wearing. Dancers will be much more likely to come to your side of the stage if you’re dressed nicely and well groomed. Don’t be one of those creepy guys with a fanny pack.
Myth – Strip Clubs Are Brothels
Forget about what people tell you about those underground places or the magic words you can say during the lap dance to get something more. They are not brothels and there is no sexual activity going on, except for what’s happening in your mind while you watch the dancers.
Myth – Visiting A Gentleman’s Club Is Cheating
Guys go to the gentleman’s club to get away from life a little bit and do something they enjoy – ogle beautiful women. Just because a guy goes to the club doesn’t mean he wants to cheat on his wife or girlfriend. It’s just harmless entertainment. This is how men are made and there’s nothing we can do about it!
Myth – The Stripper Likes You
“She keeps looking my way! I think she likes me!” What she likes is that wad of cash in your hand. If you think she likes you, get over it quickly. Dancers enjoy what they do and if you’re a nice looking, charming guy, they’ll enjoy doing it for you. But let’s face it, she’s at work. She’s not interested.
Myth – You’re In Love With The Stripper
If you go to strip clubs and get smitten with dancers, you’re looking for love in all the wrong places. Enjoy the experience for what it is and don’t go overboard! Lots of guys fall for dancers and then waste the whole night thinking about her when there’s so much else to see and do.
Myth – Strip Clubs Objectify Women
We’ve heard this argument over and over again. It’s pretty sound but it has just one flaw – the gentleman’s club actually objectifies YOU. You’re the one acting like a caveman with your tongue hanging out throwing his money on the stage. Tomorrow morning when you see how empty your wallet is, you’ll understand who’s being objectified.