There are many things that are synonymous with a bachelorette party. Typically, history has shown that male genitalia / half-naked men, a lot of booze, and a cat fight are bound to make an appearance during this pre-wedding extravaganza. Recently, though, a new addition to the bachelorette craze has started to become fairly popular. It's a pretty well known fact that men like to watch strippers work their magic on the stripper pole. So if you're bound to make that plunge into the married life, wouldn't you prefer to be that girl for your husband-to-be? If so, you can take up the fine art of pole dancing and start your endeavor by participating in a Stripper 101 class for your bachelorette party.
In no way does pole dancing look easily accomplished. In fact, throughout the bulk of the routine the stripper and the pole seem to be connected in some way, which seems to be how the performer successfully pulls off otherwise near impossible-looking moves. When you first start a Stripper 101 class, you're going to learn the basics of how to work with the pole, so don't expect to be able to hang upside-down from the ceiling right away. Even the simple-looking act of twirling around the pole requires a little finesse and practice. The best part about attending one of these classes with a group of friends is that you're bound to have one cocky enough to think they can master the pole on their first shot. In a humorous effort, they always end up on the ground.
Pole dancing, though it may be attached to something considered "trashy", is truly and art form – and all art forms need to be respected to be mastered. Much like regular dancing, one must have rhythm and patience to be able to master the pole. If you lack either quality, though, you can still have fun – just be sure to wear a little padding for when the inevitable fall occurs. If at the end of your first try you aren't black and blued, chances are you weren't trying hard enough.
Once you start getting the hang on how to work the pole - which will probably take a few classes - you can bring your talents into the home. Stripper poles can be purchased and rigged to work in most home environments, so long as there is a ceiling and a floor. The moment you start working your new found magic, your hubby should finally give up on those "nights out" with the boys and spend more time with his "stripper in training".
At your next bachelorette party, or even the next girl's night out, think of the benefits that could come with learning how to move on a stripper's pole. Not only could you impress your fellow friends and any man you have at home, it opens up a world of possibilities when it comes to finding work in this broken economy.