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Controversy over the “Stripers to Your Room” dancers have got a few lawmakers looking into the blatant advertising practices going on in Las Vegas. This week’s Reader Poll asks . . . Should it be legal for
total nude dancers to entertain in hotel rooms in Las Vegas? WHY or WHY Not?
Reader Poll Replies:

I think having nude dancers in hotel rooms is just asking for trouble.  Jean T.

* It does not both me, however I do not want my husband using their services when I am not along on a Vegas trip.  Betty W.  NY

Absolutely not. I have nothing against nude dancing but if its done in the hotel room it will encourage prostitution even more in hotels. every 'tute' becomes a nude dancer. Teens would be very hard to stop prostituting if they go to the hotel to dance.  Jerry Burr

Strippers going to rooms keeps them our of the casino bars. That way we can lose our money without the distraction of being solicited. Make it legal, regulate it, and TAX it!  David   WI

I cannot imagine why any female would want to put herself in that highly dangerous position to earn money. To use a public business such as a hotel where people go with children to advertise and do something like this is really proving how bad the world has gotten. I thought they had "houses" for this sort of thing. They should keep it there and not degrade the casinos. I personally would think less people would be going to the hotels. Cannot see the better hotels even allowing this sort of thing. Hopefully Las Vegas lawmakers have sound minds and can stop this sort of thing from happening. Bad enough they have the people on the streets with there flyers all the time pestering you and trashing the streets.  Anna  TX

* This is the definition of Sin City. They should treat it just like the do outside Clark county. It should be legal only at the establishment designated for that activity. This would keep the hotels clear of hookers. If you make it a good legal experience, everyone wins. Including the Tax Man.  James  Phoenix, AZ

* No they don't need to go to rooms. Keep that stuff for the shows.  G,J, Smith

I can't wait to see the prudish replies on this one. Its VEGAS for god sake. Everything and anything goes while in Vegas right?  Its a motto like on other city has. People let there hair down while here.  What goes on in Vegas stays in Vegas right. so if a guy or gal wants to enjoy themselves in their own room why not.  There in there room, not wandering the streets for a thrill. and with all the beautiful woman in Vegas most men look shake there heads and say to themselves "my god, look at her" key word here is look. So I say hell yeah why not strippers in the room.   Watcherboy

* This is one of those gray area issues. On the one hand, you have the convenience of not having to leave your hotel room, pay for a cab, pay the cover charge, and pay way too much for your two drink minimum. On the other hand, with prostitution being illegal in Vegas, if they don't keep a close eye on things, it would be really easy to lead to turning tricks, instead of just stripping.  I, for one, would like to see it legalized for full nude strippers to be able to come to your room. This way, the woman gets most of the money, instead of the club, and the strippers are more likely to make more money than they would if they were in a club setting.  Make it legal!    Brian Howard

Yes, it should be legal for totally nude dancers to entertain in private hotel rooms.  When "renting" a room, you are essentially purchasing the privacy that goes with it. Without worrying about getting into trouble, you can leave your clothes, your golf clubs, your poker chips, or anything else laying around the room. Why not a nude dancer as well?  John Frawley


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