Work environment[ edit ] Strippers perform striptease for a number of reasons, predominantly to make money. The physical attractiveness and sex appeal of the dancer determines the business she tends to generate. There are no job prerequisites; formal training is minimal, primarily on the job and provided by more senior dancers. Dancers learn a set of rules, such as: As long as she can "sell" herself, she is capable of becoming an exotic dancer. By the s, the pole dancing and highly-explicit imagery associated with today's performers was widely accepted and frequently portrayed in film, television, and theater.
With cheerleading tryouts coming up she wants to make sure she leaves it all on the line when she goes in front of the cheer coaches. Thankfully, Michael Vegas is over and hanging out on the couch. Timidly, Brook approaches Michael, asking for help. Michael, being the gentleman that he is, is more than happy to help her out. Brook begins to show off some of her cheer moves and right away Michael spots one possible problem. She needs help lifting her legs higher.
Anyone with commonsense knows that you take care of your family first before you take care of strangers. Isn't a country sort of one big family? Did the Democrats forget that or are they just plain stupid?🤔