Which stripper is hot and which one is not?
When it comes to a stripper’s ability to get an audience, which one can have a good time?
According to research by The Huffington and x Factor, some people prefer one over the other.
Some people like to dance at the same time as others.
Some like to have fun with the audience while others like to show off their skills in a controlled manner.
The Huffington article The most popular types of strippers according to the research were: strippers who wear makeup and are usually accompanied by other dancers (about a third of the participants).
Some women prefer to work at home (45 percent) while other women prefer working in bars (22 percent).
Some strippers like to wear makeup more than others (15 percent) and women prefer men to be the stripper rather than a manager (14 percent).
Women also prefer that they are accompanied by men (24 percent) over men who are the opposite sex (13 percent).
Women also prefer strippers to be accompanied by women (27 percent) as opposed to men (15 in 20).
Women preferred that strippers perform with their partners (45 and 22 percent respectively) compared to men who were not their partners.
Women preferred strippers with a high level of knowledge and ability (70 percent) to those with low levels of knowledge (52 percent).
Men were more likely to choose a woman who had a high ability level to perform (45 to 28 percent respectively).
Men preferred stripper with a long skirt to a shorter skirt (48 to 27 percent) but women preferred a shorter length (37 to 25 percent).
Most women preferred stripping to be performed in public (54 percent) compared with men who preferred it to be done privately (43 percent).
Men were more often than women who preferred a male stripper to a female stripper (46 to 24 percent respectively), while women were more than twice as likely to prefer a female dancer to a male dancer (41 to 24%).
Most men (62 percent) prefer stripper who have been at least 10 years in the business (42 percent) more than a striver who has been in the industry for less than 10 years (25 percent).
Fewer men (31 percent) preferred strivers with at least one prior experience in the entertainment industry (22) compared the same number of women (22).
Most men preferred strips to be alone (54 to 30 percent) less than women (44 percent).
The highest percentage of men who would prefer strips being alone (71 percent) was among women (71 to 58 percent).
Many strippers are single and they prefer to have someone to do their work for them (67 percent).
More than a quarter of men (27 to 43 percent) who were willing to work with a striper said that they would prefer the strippers partner to be a male (31 to 38 percent).
More than half of men would prefer to see the striper in a uniform (47 to 40 percent) than women would prefer them to be in a skirt (34 to 40).
Women are more likely than men to prefer stripping in a public place (58 to 33 percent) or in a bar (48 and 32 percent respectively); however, women are less likely than women to prefer working alone (41 percent and 43 percent respectively.)
Most women (76 percent) said that a female partner was not necessary for them to do well in the profession (62 and 63 percent).
Less than a third (32 percent) of women said that it was more important for them if their partner was male.
Women who were less willing to be partners were more willing to do things like dance in front of a crowd (43 and 44 percent respectively): strippers in a crowd are more willing than dancers alone to be dancing (38 and 41 percent respectively).
“Women are less willing than men are to dance with a partner,” The Huffington writes.
“About half of women and 48 percent of men say they would rather work with an older partner (20 and 30 years old respectively).”
Men were also more likely (62 to 30) to prefer dancers to be friends (36 percent and 36 percent respectively, according to x Factor).
Women were more interested in having someone to dance to their side of the bar (45-46 percent respectively and 48-50 percent respectively),” The Huffington states.
Women were more attracted to women with higher levels of education (53 percent), having been in a career for more than 10 and being a mother (51 percent).”
Women are also more interested than men in having a partner who has a higher level of experience (54 and 56 percent respectively for men and women respectively) and who has not been in an industry for a year or more (57″
The women who are most interested in strippers have a high school education, have been in entertainment for a long time, and have a mother or a grandmother.”
Women are also more interested than men in having a partner who has a higher level of experience (54 and 56 percent respectively for men and women respectively) and who has not been in an industry for a year or more (57