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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    if they are immoral ,you dont have to date them ...

    they are immoral but the guys who prefer dating them are never..

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    decide

    you make generalizations and then claim it depends on their personality
    One is past, one is future, clearly indicating that I have changed over time also. I was 18-20 when I dated strippers, I'm now much older than that. At that time I would date women who were 18, I would not do so today. Gaining knowledge, maturing and experiences change all of us to some extent or another. Yes, at that time I had no understand really of morality or much of anything, so yeah, I acted amorally, now, I am different than I was then.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Its differnt if they just did it to put themselves through college or use it as a proffesion . Proffesional ones I dont trust they know how to use sex to manipulate .... take me to your bank account kind of manipulation

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gathomas88 View Post
    And the rest of us see them only as objects? Sort of jumping to conclusions, aren't we?
    It appears that you are.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Personally, I think it's a calculated risk. In other words...it's all about the behavioral risk factors of which there are several.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Smeagol View Post
    I have a friend from high school who honestly thought the guy she was with was a keeper and they'd eventually get married, then the next, then the next, then the next.... Before she knew it she'd been with so many guys she couldn't recall how many there had been from her early-20s to mid-30s. Compounding things further, it was a small community where everybody knew each other. She didn't say it exactly this way but I easily imagine she could walk down the street any given day and not bump into a former lover, most new prospects for marriage would likely be friends of relatives of one of her past partners and she eventually packed up her life and moved to a larger city. A really nice girl who was just a little naive, allowed herself to be taken advantage of in search of true love, had difficulties with long-term relationships and like a teenager just dumped her boyfriends (or got dumped) at the first sign of conflict starting with her high-school sweetheart who's heart she crushed ; a pattern she never seemed to break until recently.

    That said, you can't bounce from relationship to relationship and not experience major social consequences if you live in a small town where everybody knows each other, especially not females.

    Yeah, you may have 30 lovers behind you
    Hell I can feel you, but I sure can't find you
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    Voices of the memories, crying out loud

    I can see you are an angel
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    Turn up your harp
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    You're sitting there crying like
    I'm the first one to go


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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    Yeah, you may have 30 lovers behind you
    Hell I can feel you, but I sure can't find you
    Seems like you would have found your own self, by know
    Late at night your old lovers' tears come back
    Faces in you dreams, fingers in you back
    Voices of the memories, crying out loud

    I can see you are an angel
    Whose wings just won't unfold
    Turn up your harp
    Polish your old halo
    Yeah, the only kind of man
    That you ever wanted
    Was the that you knew
    that wouldn't stay very long
    You're sitting there crying like
    I'm the first one to go


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    JJW. I've sung along with that song countless times and I'm surprised at how much more sad it is reading the lyrics in black and white. Or maybe that's because it is in tandem with this thread.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Can some of them men who have bed strippers tell us what's the difference between them your average everday bar one nighty?

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gina View Post
    JJW. I've sung along with that song countless times and I'm surprised at how much more sad it is reading the lyrics in black and white. Or maybe that's because it is in tandem with this thread.
    I thought it kind of fit. I've always loved the song. I don't think in the past that I viewed it the way it works above.










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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by spanky View Post
    "Almost as extensive"? "Significant portion of a community"? If the girl in question had a new boyfriend every year it would amount to the number of lap dances the stripper gave in one night.

    So were you the jilted HS boy?
    I'll get over it one day.

    Honestly, she can't even remember how many there's been. A really nice girl and will always have a special place in heart and God can give anybody a new start. In our hometown everybody knows everybody and I don't doubt for a minute she felt she had to move if she ever hoped to find a guy who wanted to marry her. In our culture I think we treat intimacy too casually and dump people who care deeply about us for the slightest offenses. The later treatment carries over into how many people treat marriage and we know the statistics with children caught up in the middle. I have two very good friends right now who are divorced and going through a divorce for the absolutely most ridiculous reasons I think is due to the throw away relationship mentality their exs developed prior to then carrying into their marriages.

    More than anything else I know we have some little sisters here and just wanted to indirectly warn them not to treat themselves with anything less than the dignity they deserve or they can look back and see themselves in a similar situation wondering what have they done with their lives.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Smeagol View Post
    I'll get over it one day.

    Honestly, she can't even remember how many there's been. A really nice girl and will always have a special place in heart and God can give anybody a new start. In our hometown everybody knows everybody and I don't doubt for a minute she felt she had to move if she ever hoped to find a guy who wanted to marry her. In our culture I think we treat intimacy too casually and dump people who care deeply about us for the slightest offenses. The later treatment carries over into how many people treat marriage and we know the statistics with children caught up in the middle. I have two very good friends right now who are divorced and going through a divorce for the absolutely most ridiculous reasons I think is due to the throw away relationship mentality their exs developed prior to then carrying into their marriages.

    More than anything else I know we have some little sisters here and just wanted to indirectly warn them not to treat themselves with anything less than the dignity they deserve or they can look back and see themselves in a similar situation wondering what have they done with their lives.

    so, she was your plaything and should now regret it
    but you were her plaything ... where are your regrets? did you have to leave town?

    and as to those couples divorcing for what you believe to be ridiculous reasons, who the hell are you to know? the only people who know about a relationship are those who are actually in it

    as you can probably tell, this holier-than-thou bull**** is offputting
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