Originally Posted by SeventhCrow
And anybody who can help dispel some of that loneliness for a bit is doing a good thing. Somebody can be at home by themselves or go someplace for a bit of human presence; I can attest the latter is sometimes a godsend. There were times that I could order a pizza to eat at home or go eat pizza at a restaurant and get a bit of interaction with other people--and the restaurant won. No Hooters (nor even a strip club) in my hometown, and becoming a regular at a restaurant was one way to enjoy some regular interaction.
Dispelling loneliness is going to a homeless shelter and talking with someone who has no friends or taking a buddy who's just been dumped out for a drink. Stripping is profiting
from loneliness. And in the end (these are just my opinions) everyone ends up a little lonelier because it wasn't a pure interaction. It was about sex and money. Maybe I'm generalizing, but that's what every trip to a strip club has seemed like to me.
That said, whatever gets you through the night...