On stage, one of the dancers had pinned a woman in a plastic bachelorette crown against the wall and was grinding up against her as her friends threw singles at him. Skip navigation! Story from Features. Those were the words that were whispered in my ear by a stripper named Roddy before he took off his shirt, placed my hands on his greased-up pecs, and gave me my first-ever lap dance.
Rihanna, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner have all been spotted at strip clubs — and our intrepid correspondent is a regular visitor. But why? Earlier this year megastar model besties Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner were seen partying in the now famed Paris strip club Pink Paradise. So why is it exactly that women go to strip clubs? In a quest to find answers, I find myself in a strip club in Holborn, where I get chatting to year-old dancer Ivory over some pricey drinks 10 bloody quid for a bottle of beer! Gay or straight, women often get turned on by admiring the female form. After a bit of flirty banter, we negotiate a very reasonable fee for a private dance, and in a curtained off area, as she is expertly peeling off her clothes from her incredibly toned body, we start talking about some of her less positive experiences with female customers.
Why isn't there a female equivalent of a strip club?
On any given night at Brandi's Exotic Nightclub in Vancouver, the women equal, and sometimes outnumber, the men. Sure, it's touted as a bridge between a nightclub and a venue for adult entertainment, a comfortable place for couples and women, but you can't escape the fact that women on stage are incrementally peeling off their clothes. The advent of what some people are calling "raunch feminism" is what is driving a whole bunch of trends like this lately - from pole and lap dancing lessons under the clever marketing guise of fitness, to Girls Gone Wild, and its Canuck counterpart Wild Canadian Girls, where young women at Mardi Gras and Spring Break flash, spread and simulate lesbianism - not for money, but simply for cameras.
Ahhh, strip clubs They're an American tradition as great as baseball and the Fourth of July. But if you haven't looked around the tip rail recently or since you started dating that nice girl from the alumni booze cruise , you might be surprised to find they're fast becoming a popular attraction for women. And while there's plenty of advice out there for how a guy should behave in the club, there's not a lot written for the ladies.