Men and dating strippers
Man A: I didn't know she was a stripper when we got together but I found out about two weeks after when she decided to be honest with me. I believe I responded that I wouldn't care too much.
I asked her, jokingly, if she was and she didn't say no. I don't remember her next response, but we changed topics fairly quickly and didn't touch it again that night.
Man A: I didn't like hearing about her work because it was usually really negative and I felt bad for her, but we weren't together long enough for me to feel comfortable to commit enough to fully support her financially, especially compared to the money she’d make.
She hated the men at work but enjoyed the attention; she said the girls were very toxic and had to walk on eggshells not to offend someone.
At home, she was herself and her goofiness showed through ... but what she does for me during private dances is much more than any of her customers get when they pay.My partner has taught me a sex-positive reframe of that view and showed me that just because it is sadly true [that some sex workers feel degraded, that] doesn't mean it's true for all.Man C: Well, I definitely see them in a different light.Sex is always a touchy subject at the beginning of a relationship — we kind of bypassed that and become more forward about what we wanted.It changed me permanently in all my future relationships, as I see beating around the bush as childish now.
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Man C: When she told me initially, I was a caught off guard.