Strippers and dating


Like she said, where else is a young woman going to make money like that? It's really what is inside a person that counts, not necessarilly their current occupation. Assuming they didn't, and by that I mean that I could trust her to be faithful, I'd certainly have no problem dating a beautiful, confident woman who just happened to take her clothes off for a living."No matter how hard I tried the trust factor just couldnt be there."and that's why i answered no. There are stereotypes because a majority of people behave or at least present themselves a certain way. as one post said above, though, the other person couldn't come to their workplace (stripclub). We knew each other fairly well, and I don't believe she was doing "extra" things aside from stripping to make that money either. From what THEY told me, for it to be a serious relationship, the guy must be very secure, and not go to the club they strip at. I'd probably date him if he was really really cool but nothing serious. Also, I was brought up that a man who lives off women (in a sense) is not a respectable man. To many of them, it's just a job, like any other. It takes a man with confidence to be able to date a woman who does this for a living. If you can get past the initial feelings of jealousy, it might be the best relationship you've ever had.


These people will be cordial, but will never offer their contact information to you, or agree to meet you in person.

If at any point when you date online, and someone brings up money — he or she is probably scamming you.

Never send money for any reason to someone you’ve never met before.

Afterward, Lira complimented the 6 God for the hospitality. The photo in question closely resembles the cover to , which had people thinking that a sequel would be coming next. But it wouldn't be the first time the Toronto rapper, or his dad, has intentionally or unintentionally trolled fans.

Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.

It's difficult to say for myself personally, never met a stripper yet that I found I wanted to date. i could have never asked him to change his profession because then i would just be a hyprocrit. i actually would go to some of his shows to one support him but also because i loved watching chicks all over him and knowing that he was going home with ME that nite!


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