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Striptease, also known as "exotic dancing", is an erotic performance that involves the slow and seductive removal of clothing by a performer, typically a woman, with the aim of exciting and arousing an audience. The performance often involves suggestive movements and dances, and may culminate in the performer removing all their clothing, leaving them in only their underwear or less.

The practice of striptease has been around for centuries, with some evidence suggesting that it was performed in ancient Greece and Rome. However, it was not until the 19th century that striptease began to gain popularity in the Western world, particularly in cabarets and burlesque shows. In the early 20th century, striptease became associated with the seedy underworld of organized crime and prostitution.

During the sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s, striptease began to shed its negative connotations and become more mainstream. It was during this time that strip clubs began to emerge as legitimate businesses and the popularity of the lap dance and private dance grew. Today, striptease continues to be a popular form of entertainment, with many clubs and performers catering to a wide range of tastes and preferences.

Critics of striptease argue that it objectifies and exploits women, and that it perpetuates harmful stereotypes and gender roles. However, supporters of striptease argue that it can be a form of self-expression and empowerment for women, and that it can be enjoyed by people of all genders and sexual orientations.

Whether you love it or hate it, striptease is a form of entertainment that is here to stay. With its combination of seductive movements, suggestive clothing, and eroticism, it is sure to continue to excite and arouse audiences for generations to come.

See also

Category: Fetish

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