If calling myself Pornography drives readers to Stumbleupon my site- then by all means call me pornography. Where else can Mystery Mika be slipped into a category?
‘Post Sex Education’ as a term hasn’t really been coined yet.
As long as I don’t end up being questioned by the police- guess things are alright.
When Elvis started with his leg shaking and pole tricks he was censored because parents didn’t like the idea of their teenage daughters fainting
Personally I don’t care who he ‘stole’ his moves from. Elvis was jamming like a ‘mo fo‘
Elvis makes pumping trash look so easy!
Where do Strippers really fall on the food chain? I posed this question this morning to my twitter followers.
A nice lady responded: Strippers fall right below exotic/pole dancers and right above prostitutes.
The main idea seems to be that strippers come in above prostitutes for people who don’t find what Strippers do amazing or involving skill.
As far as being Entertainers, what do most people classify Stripping as? Who is brave enough or desperate enough to do it?
It really depends on who you ask. Stripping is the topic of many hip hop songs.
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I would bet my right Ugg boot, that the majority would say that stripping is cheap entertainment.
There is of plenty sexy stuff in our mist to have conversations about but most people are too tongue tied.
For the most part, it is good for business that the mainstream can’t get away from being shy when it comes to talking about sex.
If you have never gone to a Gentlemens’ club, then you have no idea of what a pole trick really looks like on stage. Maybe we should just keep it that way.
The women seem wicked. All poke yo booty stuff gets lumped into the same category.
I am completely surprised that Victoria Secrets catalogs make it out in regular mail without having to be sealed in plastic.
Who am I to upset this delicate balance that keeps our society sneaking around and feeling guilty?