This precarious employment is accepted because of the stigma associated with exotic dancing.
A stripper whose upper body is exposed but the genital areas remain obscured during a performance is said to be topless.
Touching of strippers is not permitted in many localities.
Certain male and female strippers also perform for LGBT audiences as well as for both sexes in pansexual contexts.
Before the 1970s, dancers of both sexes appeared largely in underground clubs or as part of a theatre experience, but the practice eventually became common enough on its own.
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