Hotwives at Work

Welcome to Saint Venus Theater — a roving amateur strip club that caters mainly to young finance guys looking for a less tacky, more girl-next-door stripping experience.

Most of the girls — all between the ages of 18 and 26 — have “normal” jobs. Among the dozens who work at Saint Venus, one is a baby sitter, another is an intern at a fashion start-up and a third is an assistant at a Chelsea gallery.

via Career women by day, strippers by night at secret New York club | Fox News.

What isn’t said and is most likely a reality is that some of these working women are also wives. While I usually recommend not including a profit motive with the lifestyle, such a working arrangement isn’t necessarily a bad idea for a married woman, especially a hotwife.

Personally, I'll take a Tilted Kilt girl over a Hooters girl any day.

Personally, I’ll take a Tilted Kilt girl over a Hooters girl any day.

When you visit a “breastaurant” like Hooters or Tilted Kilt, it’s a sure bet that some of the lovely hotties are married or engaged to be and while some would never consider going out in public on display to that degree, doing it “for work” is different. Most women want to be appreciated for their sex appeal, but have been taught and guilted into repressing it all their lives, so breaking out of it isn’t so easy. Having an external “pressure” requiring or enabling her to dress sexier makes it easier for both the husband and the wife to accept and find pleasure in her appeal to other men rather than wallowing in the guilt (for her) and the fear (for him). In this way, she’s flirting and showing off her sex appeal in a controlled, safe, environment for doing so.

I’d love to hear from couples who have a wife working in a position that leverages her sex appeal so we can share their stories and encourage other wives to consider if it’s appropriate for them, too.

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