A barber shop in Orange County, Florida, was not exactly as it seemed. Undercover agents working for the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation conducted a lengthy investigation of Super Fades barber shop — and the business was finally raided on Sunday. Think it can't get weirder? Think again. Some even more disturbing details have since surfaced.
Over breakfast at the Four Seasons Hotel on a warm summer morning, Tatum appears in jeans and a T-shirt that molds over his massive shoulders. The 32-year-old has a warm smile and a sweet disposition. Even when you ask him about tougher times in his life, he just smiles. "Look, I respect these guys who dance. I respect them for jumping into the thong with both feet," Tatum says. "I've done it before, so I can imagine what it's like for these guys now."
One man called the cops because a strip club owner prohibited him from entering the place with a kitten.
While the first trailer for Channing Tatum's stripper flick "Magic Mike" disappointed in the skin department, this new clip definitely delivers the goods! Focusing on Alex Pettyfer's character instead of Tatum's love story, the new trailer shows a lot more strip club action – including a shot of all the guys in their thongs.
Hell yes! Believe it or not, the woman is in control and it is she who dictates the energy. It’s unbelievable, but it is true! Understanding this fact and learning how to use it to your advantage can dramatically improve your sex life and your partner’s sexual enjoyment. A woman can make a man feel like King Kong or ding dong depending on what she says to him in bed. Why do you think men go to strip clubs? Strippers have perfected the art of telling men what they want to hear.
Being in a wedding party isn't easy, especially if you don't really know the other women in the group. So, Kristen Wiig decided to avoid that awkwardness before she and her cast mates began filming their hilarious flick, 'Bridesmaids.' What's a girl to do when she's in need of some serious bonding time with other women? Why, head to a male strip club, of course!
Men and women usually go to the club for vastly different reasons. Men go to the club to find women, find women, and to find women. Women go to the club to sometimes find a man, but also to enjoy themselves by dancing and drinking the night away with friends. Men are reactionary creatures. If you want to know what we think about you at the club, all you need to do is evaluate one thing: Your activity at the club. Men read what women give us to read. It’s as simple as that.
We’ve received this question from many women and have decided to address it here. As we often repeat, we’re here to help you understand how we think, and why we do what we do. The more you understand about us, the less confused you’ll be, and the easier it will be for you to have an open, successful relationship with the man of your dreams.
Most men enjoy strippers. Even the ones who do not actively visit strip clubs like the idea of a sexy woman dancing naked for them. Throw in the fact that men are visual animals with a genetic predisposition to breed with as many women as possible in order to successfully spread their genetic seeds. You can see the appeal on a purely instinctual level.
I’m not one of those girls who hates other girls. Most of my close friends are women, and although I have guy friends I’m far from “one of the guys.” I don’t like sports, I don’t eat pizza or drink beer, and I’m very particular about keeping things neat and tidy. However, my best friend from college happens to be a guy. I first met Josh a few weeks into my freshman year. We went on one date, kissed for three seconds, and quickly decided we were better off as friends. Twelve years later, and still very close, Josh called to tell me I was officially invited to his bachelor party. It was going to be me and 27 dudes in Atlantic City for the weekend. I was honored to be deemed awesome enough to be the one chick at a bachelor party, excited to see behind the testosterone curtain, curious to learn what really goes on at these things and determined to live up to Josh’s expectations of me seamlessly fitting in, even though I lacked an Adam’s apple, stubble, and a penis.
Man, I should’ve been a stripper. Diablo Cody, the Oscar-winning Juno screenwriter, popped into the news the other day after having given birth to a healthy baby boy. Along with attaining gobs of wealth, publishing success and Hollywood kudos, the former stripper is also happily married now with child. No longer are sex workers the downtrodden, drug-addled outcasts of yore, at least not the ones who can string a sentence together. Memoirs penned by former pole dancers and call girls flow through the publishing landscape like dollar bills at a Vegas strip joint. Since Xaviera Hollander’s Happy Hooker in the ‘70s, it seems everyone from Harvard post-docs to failed Hollywood starlets have slept their way onto the bestseller list, having picked the locks on their sex industry diaries for all the world to see. Years back, a woman named Jessica Cutler hit pay dirt with a fictionalized account of her years Monica Lewinsky-ing her way through
The bachelor party is a time-honored male tradition right up there with knowing you can beat your dad in a fight, exploring one's own body for the first time and taking your first girlfriend for granted. That is, it's a seminal moment in a fella's life, in which everything that follows will be completely and irrevocably different. Perhaps because of the perceived dread at having one vagina for the rest of your life, women sometimes imagine the absolute worst of a stag party. And it's not, typically, justified.