lap dancing


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lap dancing

n. sexually stimulating erotic writhing and rubbing of a woman’s posterior against the lap of a seated, male customer. Our town has outlawed lap dancing.
See also: dance, lap
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I don't think that I will be paying huge sums of money to enter a lap dancing club.
There are already three established lap dancing clubs on the road, with the Rocket and Cyclone nightspots vying for trade with Legs 11.
The majority of customers at lap dancing clubs will be male and venues are particularly popular with stag parties.
Red Velvet has been operating for five years above a chip shop, but a change in the law meant the owners had to apply for a new form of licence to remain open for lap dancing.
The new legislation gives licensing authorities greater powers to regulate lap dancing clubs.
Licensing manager Craig Rudman said: "These new powers will give us greater control over lap dancing clubs and similar venues, as well as giving the public a greater say.
Peter Stringfellow, a popular face of Britain's lap-dancing industry, said that lap dancing clubs do not fit the description of a Sexual Encounter Establishment.
Louise, an early school leaver, had worked as a bar tender before making the leap into lap dancing.
As part of a special report, WoS approached 20 Welsh councils to find out how many sex shops and lap dancing bars they had granted licences to in the past decade.
The reforms contained in the Home Office's Policing and Crime Bill, currently being debated by MPs, exempt venues providing lap dancing less than once a month.
MPs are trying to decide what to do about lap dancing clubs.
CONSERVATIVE MPs have been given discount vouchers for a city centre lap dancing club ahead of their party conference.
ONE fallacy the research exposed is that lap dancing bars were about "entertainment" rather than buying sex.
FEMINIST MP Clare Short, the scourge of topless glamour girls, is demanding a crackdown on lap dancing bars.