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.
Most Helpful Girl
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.5
Most Helpful Guy
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.0