Male strippers

Published by Sarah Horrocks
Published on August 12, 2008

In the late 1970s, the playboy strippers known as the Chippendales made their first appearance in the USA. By the 1990s, there was a real market for professional male strippers, no doubt helped by the hugely successful film The Full Monty. But a choreographed strip-tease is only part of the show...

The Chippendales
In the late 1970s, the playboy strippers known as the Chippendales made their first appearance in the USA. By the 1990s, there was a real market for professional male strippers, no doubt helped by the hugely successful film The Full Monty. But a choreographed strip-tease is only part of the show...

Popular for hen nights

A girl is most likely to get treated to a strip-tease on her hen night, where a bride-to-be is treated to a front-row place at the show! Male strippers are extremely popular at hen parties, where the stripper may arrive in fireman, police officer or cowboy disguise and proceed to relieve himself of his clothes! A strip-tease on your hen right is a bit of fun before you make your vows to your husband for life, after which you need to stay away from temptation!

A real show

Strippers don't put on vulgar or pornographic shows: far from it. There's mime, suggestion and an artistic dimension that shouldn’t be overlooked and can be compared to erotic dancers like the fêted Moulin Rouge girls. However you do need to be over 16 to attend!

Every girl's fantasy?

The image of a virile, muscular man in uniform dancing and stripping in front of you is a very common female fantasy, turning the tables and putting the man into the role of sexual object. In times gone by, strippers were all female, but now that female desire and pleasure is more open (witness the popularity of sex toys and naked calendars!), they're more than getting their own back! But the main purpose of male strippers is to provide the ladies with fun and a laugh between friends.

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