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    its certainly more stylish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janesmum123 View Post
    It doesn't matter how you wrap it the gift will still be the same.

    Many strippers dont take all their clothes off. Many strippers are very talented and perform beautifully. Many are sexy and classy.

    Putting the word "burlesque" infront of something does not change the out come.

    It all depends on where you go, you get what you pay for. You pay $10 to see something you will get your $10 worth.

    For the record I have nothing against either. I love nothing more then watching a confident, beautiful woman take her clothes off.
    Just don't try to pass it off as being anything else then what it really is.
    well said!

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    I go to burlesque classes and it's nothing like stripping! My class doesn't involve getting naked it's just about feeling confident and dancing in sexy outfits! It makes me feel really good but I would never class myself with strippers...
    Also I would love to go to a burlesque show but wouldn't be good with hubby going to strip club!!
    For me they ate completely different!!
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    Meh, it's all about woman stripping. Which I find totally pointless in any form.

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    There is a difference. Stripping is about the strip, burlesque is about the tease. A very good burlesque dancer may remove nothing more than a lace glove but it can be a hundred times more titillating than a stripper who removes it all. I think burlesque is closer to theatre or dancing...and definitely classier. Obviously it's similar because it's erotic and risqué, but there is a subtle difference and I much prefer burlesque.

    For those who are into it, I hope you are all incredibly jealous of me - i'm going to Le Crazy Horse in Paris in June
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    Yep I agree there is a very big difference. Stripping is all about getting your kit off for the blokes and showing them your chuff.

    There is nothing classy about stripping imo, and im a fan of strip clubs so I say that based on my own personal experience.

    Burlesque is a lot classier, it is about the dance, the teasing, like a PP said, they could take off nothing more than a glove. It isn't all about stripping and giving the blokes what they want. It isn't about spreading your legs and allowing everyone to see your naked flange....the end game of burlesque is to give a little and leave people wanting more...


 

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