A lap dance is a seductive venue where professional strippers offer adult entertainment, mainly in the form of a strip club or lap dancing. Most strip clubs or lap dancing clubs adopt a swivel bar or club style and may adopt a cabaret or theatre style. Most lap dancers are professional and beautiful women who are well experienced. They know how to pole dance and they know what men like when it comes to sexual pleasure. Lap dancers offer exotic and sensual entertainment at strip clubs and bars across the world.
There are many strippers offering lap dancing services to the public at night. They usually work as exotic dancers at strip clubs or bars. These professional lap dancers usually start working as masseuses or house maids because they love helping the people and giving pleasure. The exotic dancers know how to make men happy in bed and give them mind-blowing sexual pleasures.
Lap dancing is becoming more popular for those involved in the lap dance industry. Lap dancers offer exotic and sensual entertainment. Some strippers go to exotic locations for dancing. Others perform at gay and lesbian clubs. Lap dancing has even spread into pornography.
The Scottish Government has been supporting the increasing of lap dancing in Scotland. In Glasgow there is the Kulture Club which is open four nights from 20:00 on Saturdays. Other lap dancing clubs and bars have been set up in other towns and cities throughout the country. Performers advertise their services on the internet and in local newspapers. The Scottish Government has also been supporting the strippers by giving them free advertising and grants to set up in new areas.
Other strip clubs in the UK offer lap dances as part of a package or are advertised as ‘no service’. In these places the customers pay money and the strippers, who often strip naked, serve them drinks. In some cases customers may be invited to ‘dress up’ for a few drinks at the bar before entering the club. Customers who do not drink and take part in lap dances are not obliged to buy anything.
Adult entertainment in Scotland has faced criticism in the press and online. One website has called adult entertainment in Scotland a ‘perverted form of entertainment’. The National Union of Journalists in the UK has come under fire for reporting stories of strip clubs offering lap-dancing for drinks. The Scottish Executive has promised an inquiry into the subject. The Scottish Parliament is also considering plans to introduce laws against prostitution in order to eradicate the problem of forced sex and sexual assault on the street.