Just wondering are women allowed into the strip clubs in vegas, will be heading there in a couple of weeks and Id like to go to one with DH but would die with embarrassment if they refused me enterance!!! Not a problem. I think the only one you couldn't get into--unescorted by a guy anyway--is girls of glitter gulch downtown, which is a totally lame club anyway. Do many women go to strip clubs in Vegas?
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Ahhh, strip clubs They're an American tradition as great as baseball and the Fourth of July. But if you haven't looked around the tip rail recently or since you started dating that nice girl from the alumni booze cruise , you might be surprised to find they're fast becoming a popular attraction for women. And while there's plenty of advice out there for how a guy should behave in the club, there's not a lot written for the ladies. Or, could be you just want to the know the proper protocol for getting a girl-on-girl lap dance?
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On any given night at Brandi's Exotic Nightclub in Vancouver, the women equal, and sometimes outnumber, the men. Sure, it's touted as a bridge between a nightclub and a venue for adult entertainment, a comfortable place for couples and women, but you can't escape the fact that women on stage are incrementally peeling off their clothes. The advent of what some people are calling "raunch feminism" is what is driving a whole bunch of trends like this lately - from pole and lap dancing lessons under the clever marketing guise of fitness, to Girls Gone Wild, and its Canuck counterpart Wild Canadian Girls, where young women at Mardi Gras and Spring Break flash, spread and simulate lesbianism - not for money, but simply for cameras.