In my eyes a stripper is a woman that doesn't respect even if she needs the money there's no excuse. It either says either she was mistreated in her childhood I don't believe it. Another thing is they complain about the way customers treat them calling them names what did they expect? I'm pretty sure most of them aren't forced into it.
Can people stop shaming strippers it's the 21 century, and a stripper is not a whore, and even a whore's job is still a job. They're doing work that covers their bills. Many do it just for the money, and many others do it because they do enjoy the lifestyle that comes with it. Plenty of celebrities (and probably a few of your friends) have done stripping jobs for the money and they were just doing what they had to in order to make ends. Also it can be fun when you let it be fun. If you don't like it you don't have to buy it, but it is still a job, and that job will still be around for as long as the human race still has a libido naturally programmed into it.
It has nothing to do about her, but everything to do about you. She may do "this" or "that" and the way you perceive it, she is "disrespecting" her own self, but should that change you as a person? Should that change the way you respect humans in general?
She hasn't done any harm to anyone. She only chose to work in a path that many would perceive as bad and shameful.
And how do you know they aren't forced? Perhaps not literally, but maybe from their situation, some of them saw it as the only way out.
Yes, she does. She is earning a living, and it's really none of your business how she does it. She's hurting no one with what she does. You, however, are putting down people you don't know, for no reason other than your personal prejudices. If anyone doesn't deserve respect, it's you.
There's nothing respectful about having no class and self respect, handing yourself out on a plate like a object all in the name of money. The body is special and sacred. Showing it off to any man for some cash is sleazy end of story. So the answer is : NO.
There's a difference between deserving respect and treating someone respectfully. Everyone is entitled to be treated with courtesy and respect, but that doesn't necessarily mean you have respect for them or their actions.
I'm of the belief that humans, for the most part, deserve respect regardless of how they choose to live their life and it isn't really any of your business why they strip or how they earn their money, just like it isn't any of my business why you're a judgmental person who thinks people deserve to be treated with less respect and dignity because you disagree with their life choices.
Are they respectable people no? Should they receive disrespect? No. You shouldn't just going around mistreating people just because you don't like them. That's childish. However, that doesn't mean they deserve the highest levels of respect either. People like that would receive the most basic of human respect that all people are worthy of, but certainly nothing special from me.
have you ever considered that the men who waste their money on these girls are fools and it is they who actually dont deserve respect. a job exists due to demand. as long as guys demand this job women will provide. thats capitalism for you.
Isn't respect a form of admiration? I don't admire, ultimately I don't respect a person because they're a stripper I'd have to find something in that person that would make me want to respect them and them stripping isn't enough.