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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    If I remember the stats correctly from the study, about 40% of the women involved do not involve themselves in sex for money and/or "things".
    But 60% them do?

    That's waaaay above what I would've guessed.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    If I remember the stats correctly from the study, about 40% of the women involved do not involve themselves in sex for money and/or "things".

    The study was interesting, though not terribly surprising. One thing we are not able to determine from reading the thesis is how many times Cody got his pipes cleaned or his ashes hauled while conducting his research.
    Yes, I saw that. I wasn't sure what conclusions to draw from the paper as a whole, though the researcher made his own.

    Ok, LOL. I was laughing all the way through this, thinking of variations on your query. Jokes abound as to his motivation. Depth of commitment...

    I attended SDSU, or SUDS as it the bumper sticker was reorganized. This paper, coming out of that school, is rather fitting. To be sure, there are lots of serious and accomplished students coming out there, but it was ranked, nationally, in the top 10 party colleges. I wonder if he had to defend this paper? I would assume so since it was submitted for a Masters in Public Health. Was it oral, because I can't imagine there weren't any giggles in the room.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Here is where the thread confuses me. Some people do not want their children's teachers to have been strippers, but it seems that they are OK with if their child's father has been a customer at strip clubs. Teachers who have been strippers can't teach morality or geography, but dads who have spent time in strip clubs can somehow teach morality? Huh? How does that work? I'm hearing that it is fine for dads to be strip club patrons, but strippers shouldn't be allowed to teach children.

    How about coaches? If your son's football coach spends a couple of nights a month at a titty bar, do you want that horndog tossed out of the school system? Probably not. But if the cheerleading teacher was a stripper in her former life a lot of y'all would want her cancelled contract quicker than you can say, "shake 'em".

    What if you discovered your child's teacher was a nudist?

    Full disclosure: I spent the night with a stripper. Picked her up at a strip club. She was a lapsed Catholic. I didn't pay her a penny. She was pretty damn good in bed. I've also spent the night with a few teachers. Some were wild as hell. Crazy. Some were pretty damned good in bed. The conversation I had with the stripper was not all that interesting. The conversations I had with the teachers were often interesting and fun. The teachers had a better self image. One teacher I dated for a while just loved to be naked. She once drove from her house to my condo completely naked just to **** with my head. It did! That was 100 times more arousing than any damn strip club. She was apparently a good teacher as she was presented with a teaching award that spring.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    If I remember the stats correctly from the study, about 40% of the women involved do not involve themselves in sex for money and/or "things".

    The study was interesting, though not terribly surprising. One thing we are not able to determine from reading the thesis is how many times Cody got his pipes cleaned or his ashes hauled while conducting his research.
    Funny, but the people who interviewed the strippers were all females
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gina View Post
    Yes, I saw that. I wasn't sure what conclusions to draw from the paper as a whole, though the researcher made his own.

    Ok, LOL. I was laughing all the way through this, thinking of variations on your query. Jokes abound as to his motivation. Depth of commitment...

    I attended SDSU, or SUDS as it the bumper sticker was reorganized. This paper, coming out of that school, is rather fitting. To be sure, there are lots of serious and accomplished students coming out there, but it was ranked, nationally, in the top 10 party colleges. I wonder if he had to defend this paper? I would assume so since it was submitted for a Masters in Public Health. Was it oral, because I can't imagine there weren't any giggles in the room.
    I've done some work at SDSU and I know two professors there. It is a good school. There are many serious professors and students.

    At first I thought about the guy's motivation as well. The entire point of doing the thesis is to demonstrate your ability to understand and interpret research. At the doctoral level you have must demonstrate your ability to conduct valid research and of course you must defend your method and analysis. At the master's level you must demonstrate your ability to interpret and apply research. With that understanding why not research strippers? LOL! Having a couple of drinks and talking to nekkid wimmins and somehow accomplishing a life goal is every man's dream! Good on Cody.










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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Funny, but the people who interviewed the strippers were all females
    I missed that part. It was probably wise to do it that way as it would likely produce more valid responses.










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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Funny, but the people who interviewed the strippers were all females
    I totally missed that. LOL Makes sense though.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post
    I've done some work at SDSU and I know two professors there. It is a good school. There are many serious professors and students.

    At first I thought about the guy's motivation as well. The entire point of doing the thesis is to demonstrate your ability to understand and interpret research. At the doctoral level you have must demonstrate your ability to conduct valid research and of course you must defend your method and analysis. At the master's level you must demonstrate your ability to interpret and apply research. With that understanding why not research strippers? LOL! Having a couple of drinks and talking to nekkid wimmins and somehow accomplishing a life goal is every man's dream! Good on Cody.
    Very cool Risky. I hope I didn't denigrate SDSU. I was often greeted with that SUDS thing while going there. It's just humorous to me.

    I know, huh? Why not? Though, as we see from sangha, only women conducted the interviews. Still, on the face of it, it was a good chuckle.

    On a more serious note, I can see the value in this research for a masters in public health and he drew good conclusions and made suggestions as to policies that might help exotic dancers.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    [QUOTE=Risky Thicket;1061728949]
    Here is where the thread confuses me. Some people do not want their children's teachers to have been strippers, but it seems that they are OK with if their child's father has been a customer at strip clubs. Teachers who have been strippers can't teach morality or geography, but dads who have spent time in strip clubs can somehow teach morality? Huh? How does that work? I'm hearing that it is fine for dads to be strip club patrons, but strippers shouldn't be allowed to teach children.
    That is up to a child's parent (s) though. The relationship is totally different between a child/parent and child/teacher. A child is (hopefully) NOT going to develop a crush on his mom because she is a stripper. Do you see the difference there? A son or daughter is not going to be phased that their dad goes to a strip club if he does so regularly and that is behavior they have become accustomed to. It is different with children who are NOT exposed to such behavior, and that is something to keep in mind here.

    How about coaches? If your son's football coach spends a couple of nights a month at a titty bar, do you want that horndog tossed out of the school system? Probably not. But if the cheerleading teacher was a stripper in her former life a lot of y'all would want her cancelled contract quicker than you can say, "shake 'em".
    No! This has nothing to do with male or female but being a distraction in what should be a distraction-free (or at least as close as we can get it) environment in order for children to learn. This is NOT about doing favors for a former or current stripper to help her better herself but is about what is best for children and their learning environment.

    What if you discovered your child's teacher was a nudist?
    You yourself before have told me that there are no connotations between sexuality and nudism. That is NOT the case with stripping. You MUST know this. Stop playing it off as if there is no sexuality involved in stripping.

    Full disclosure: I spent the night with a stripper. Picked her up at a strip club. She was a lapsed Catholic. I didn't pay her a penny. She was pretty damn good in bed. I've also spent the night with a few teachers. Some were wild as hell. Crazy. Some were pretty damned good in bed. The conversation I had with the stripper was not all that interesting. The conversations I had with the teachers were often interesting and fun. The teachers had a better self image. One teacher I dated for a while just loved to be naked. She once drove from her house to my condo completely naked just to **** with my head. It did! That was 100 times more arousing than any damn strip club. She was apparently a good teacher as she was presented with a teaching award that spring.

    People are people, no matter what they do for a living.

    One thing I've learned in life is this: People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw parties.
    Nice little anecdote, and thanks for sharing. Anyhow, this is completely irrelevant because a teacher having sex on her own personal time is a completely different story than someone who is out in the public taking their clothes off and behaving in a sexual manner at a bar/club, which, yes, is a private establishment with public access nonetheless. It's like you're trying to ignore that dynamic. Well, it's not going to work bud!

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risky Thicket View Post

    That is up to a child's parent (s) though. The relationship is totally different between a child/parent and child/teacher. A child is (hopefully) NOT going to develop a crush on his mom because she is a stripper. Do you see the difference there? A son or daughter is not going to be phased that their dad goes to a strip club if he does so regularly and that is behavior they have become accustomed to. It is different with children who are NOT exposed to such behavior, and that is something to keep in mind here.
    Point taken. I don't know that I went to a strip club after my kids were born, but if I did, I certainly didn't tell them about it.


    No! This has nothing to do with male or female but being a distraction in what should be a distraction-free (or at least as close as we can get it) environment in order for children to learn. This is NOT about doing favors for a former or current stripper to help her better herself but is about what is best for children and their learning environment.
    No, meaning the coach gets a pass?

    You yourself before have told me that there are no connotations between sexuality and nudism. That is NOT the case with stripping. You MUST know this. Stop playing it off as if there is no sexuality involved in stripping.
    Actually, I don't think I said there are no connotations between sexuality and nudism. I think the connotations are greater outside the fence than inside. As far as men are concerned anytime a female is involved there is some measure of sexuality. I think what I said was that after the initial introduction it is not really about sex at all. In the 3 times I went to a resort with an former girlfriend I can honestly say I saw maybe 3 women who could make money stripping. Naked people in general are not strip club quality. Add to that that most of the people I saw were at least in their 40s.

    Nice little anecdote, and thanks for sharing. Anyhow, this is completely irrelevant because a teacher having sex on her own personal time is a completely different story than someone who is out in the public taking their clothes off and behaving in a sexual manner at a bar/club, which, yes, is a private establishment with public access nonetheless. It's like you're trying to ignore that dynamic. Well, it's not going to work bud!
    Don't be snippy! My anecdote had a purpose. Teachers are surprisingly human and just as moral or immoral as anyone else.










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