Stripper Shoe of the Month – February

February’s feature shoe is the Delight 615 Sexy Platform Stripper Shoe- designed by Pleaser Shoes.

This shoe has ribbon detail in several different colors which are all adorable, but I personally like the black and red, and the pink and white :)

The Delight 615 only has a 1.75 inch platform and 5.75 inch stiletto heel… which isn’t the ideal height, but it passes –barely though.  It’s available in sizes 5-14, so if you have gigantic feet, you can still buy these.

Just to be fair to all the potential shops where you can buy this platform at, I’m eliminating any direct links to anyone in particular. I think it’s best not to endorse websites I haven’t personally purchased from, but if you search for ‘delight 615 sexy platform stripper shoe’ on Google, you’ll find plenty of places to purchase these bad boys.

If you find a particular stripper shoe you want me to consider for the featured stripper shoe, please email me directly at shy@beanexoticdancer.com

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Lacrosse Team Apologizes Over Lapdance

Scorch - Boston Blazer's Mascot

Source: BBC News

A US lacrosse team has apologized to fans outraged by a half-time show that involved scantily-clad female dancers giving a lap dance to the team mascot.

Doug Reffue, the president and general manager for the Boston Blazers, said the team was “extremely disappointed” by parts of the performance.

Some spectators complained, saying it was not appropriate for family viewing.

While the women dance in front of the mascot, known as Scorch, the video shows the announcer shouting: “What do you think?”

In a statement posted on the team’s Facebook page, Mr Reffue said that Saturday’s show “was clearly not executed according to plan”.

“We had intended to provide an entertaining and fun half-time environment for our fans and that is not what transpired,” he said.

The Blazers’ usual dance team, the Sparks, “were not in any way involved with the planning or execution of the half-time act”, he added.

The dancers were fans who had volunteered to take part in the show, Mr Reffue said. He promised that such a performance would not be repeated.

However, other fans posting on Facebook said the performance had been an entertaining publicity stunt, with one describing it as “awesome” and another saying it was “hilarious”.

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