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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Yeah, none of those and 100,000 others like it has nothing to do with sexual suggestiveness.

    Certainly none of them should ever be allowed to be teachers because it would be too distracting to the male students?

    I SERIOUSLY doubt that by high school their isn't 1% of high school boys who haven't often looked at the most hardcore Internet porn. And probably on their Ipods while at school passing it around too. Like it or not, times have changed. But it has always been about sex. The cheerleading routines are just a way to claim it isn't.

    Cheerleading squad competitions? That is somewhat different. But the females will still be coming out in one form of hot pants or another. And the guys won't.
    I see no indication that those pics came from a cheerleading competition, which is what you were referring to
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Different moves, but in some ways the same attraction. However, I was not referring to her routines as a cheerleader. Rather just about what cheerleaders wear. She competed in Rymthmics, Rymthmic Gymnastics, Gymnastics, Baton and other related competitions very, very seriously from age 8 to 19.

    Apparently the judging of some of those competitions is highly subjective and abstract as to what constitutes "the best." It's not absolute measures like who runs the 100 meters the fastest. Rather, aesthetics comes into play. In that competition she was trying a new field of competition for the first time that is particularly open to styles and measures, was the youngest, and the resumee's of the competition went off the chart. Anyway, I was just stating her opinions of it - and she was the most "innocent" and churchy teen anyone could ever meet. But she also competed to win too.

    I don't think it a stretch that men may give higher marks for suggestions of feminine attraction while women judges might mark it down instead. I would guess it has a lot to do with overall impression and even subliminal suggestion. She had her own style and it tended to be she started slow, then did some suprise dazzling thing, then took it back down and built to some amazing conclusion. I won't put any of that online of course, but the level of skill she portrayed in her bit of highly suggestive action was extraordinary of itself. In a sense, she showed a female doesn't have to remove any clothing at all to be extremely desireable in "dance" and that the skill of that routine greatly adds to the seductiveness.

    As I've stated myself by my own observations, pole dancing is cheesy and easy. The club I was at didn't have a pole.

    I do not think it is getting "stupid" at all. Television, and not just advertising, often is highly focused on sexual attraction as is television in general. Makeup is about physical attraction, not for health, and overall fashion and appearance marketing and purchasing for women is substantially diffferent than for men.

    Do I think a cheerleader and a stripper are the same? Of course not. But, then, I also don't define a stripper as a prostitute or porn star either.
    The thing is in high school cheerleading, the girls have a choreographed cheer that they have practiced for weeks if not months. When it comes time for try-outs, that is the cheer they perform. If they deviate from that (especially with adding "sexy" moves), they would be automatically disqualified and NOT make the team.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by Un biased View Post
    What !!! They are lucky people arent throwing pennies at them.
    I once knew a guy who caught a stiletto to the face for throwing quarters at a stripper.

    Pennies probably wouldn't go over much better.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    The thing is in high school cheerleading, the girls have a choreographed cheer that they have practiced for weeks if not months. When it comes time for try-outs, that is the cheer they perform. If they deviate from that (especially with adding "sexy" moves), they would be automatically disqualified and NOT make the team.
    She never did team or even duet competition. I know nothing about any of these competitions, little clue even about her until on time - until pulled off fast - she started to a routine on the catwalk at the club - though not a strip routine.

    I suppose I could watch some cheerleading competitions on you tube or something.

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    I see no indication that those pics came from a cheerleading competition, which is what you were referring to
    I dunno, whatjathink?

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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    She never did team or even duet competition. I know nothing about any of these competitions, little clue even about her until on time - until pulled off fast - she started to a routine on the catwalk at the club - though not a strip routine.

    I suppose I could watch some cheerleading competitions on you tube or something.
    Check it out. You will see that they are much more into the mechanics and acrobatics than dancing. We actually had a cheer in high school to "Another One Bites The Dust" that we were not allowed to perform because they said it was too sexy. It wasn't even THAT sexy. Nothing like stripper dances anyway.


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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    My wife didn't care much for cheerleaders, though technically was one in HS. This song is sorta of how the cheerleaders seemed to view themselves in her opinion...


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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    I see no indication that those pics came from a cheerleading competition, which is what you were referring to

    Hmm, I wondered where you and the others got that. I see why.

    I posted this in one message:

    "Now and then I've commented that my wife was in major national and international competitions for many years starting at a very young age, and in cheerleading/pep squad - and then of course those scant outfits worn for all of that. One time I asked if she sometimes felt like a strip dancer and if there was any sexuality implications even in calculating her routines..."


    Poorly written and I could see how that could be read as she did cheerleading competition. HOWEVER, I did clarify in the next message I posted after it:

    "Different moves, but in some ways the same attraction. However, I was not referring to her routines as a cheerleader. Rather just about what cheerleaders wear. She competed in Rymthmics, Rymthmic Gymnastics, Gymnastics, Baton and other related competitions very, very seriously from age 8 to 19. "

    This is not her, but this is an example of what she was in competition for one area when young. What you see that girl doing is how she practices 4 to 5 hours every day, 7 days a week, for almost a decade and a half and in competition for over a decade - though she moved on to other events and areas of competition. She was as good or better than the girl in the video...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hi0cQ5ELdt4
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    Check it out. You will see that they are much more into the mechanics and acrobatics than dancing. We actually had a cheer in high school to "Another One Bites The Dust" that we were not allowed to perform because they said it was too sexy. It wasn't even THAT sexy. Nothing like stripper dances anyway.

    Definitely not like stripping, but then stripping definitely isn't like prostitution either.
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    Re: Would you marry a stripper?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    Now I'm really confused. At first, you said she did tailor her routines at cheerleading routines when the judges were men. Then, you denied this and said you were talking about a dance competition of some kind. Now, you're back to cheerleading.

    And some of the clips in that video did not come from a cheerleading competition, but I did see *one* booty pump that was at a competition.

    For all I know, they lost points for it.
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