Amazing Talent and Show
Extra Details of the event: WOW! NOW I get it. I’m an (early) 40-something woman who has never been to a male strip club (keep it honest and real). I came to Sapphire for a bachelorette party on Saturday and out of the 7 attendees only two had been to a previous show. We were rookies and in for a complete shock. When we arrived we were greeted with a photo opp with two of your “talent” (I LOVE THAT WORD….talent certainly describes it). As we were escorted to our seats I was feeling a little like I was entering an adult version of Disneyland….little did I know the RIDES would be wayyyyyyyyyyy more fun!The show started with rules. Really? We need to tell women at a strip show not to “grab the monster”. GROSS…who would even think of THAT!! The nerve of Sapphire for underestimating the integrity and dignity we women possess. A professional educated woman such as myself would never think of such a thing…..It wasn’t until at least the second lap dance (Gage..ahhh…Gage!)that I understood why that rule is in place. When you are riding the rollercoaster in Fantasyland…it’s hard to keep your hands in the car and not to want to touch the monster a little. Amazing how things change.As I watched the shows I was impressed with the athleticism and dancing skills of the talent (Niles…WHOAH can that boy dance on stage…and of course Gage was the best at hot lap dances). At some point in the night I stopped caring about….well everything really. I just sat back as the rollercoaster sped around Thunder Mountain. I threw my arms in the air and just enjoyed the RIDE. I went in to Sapphire as Snow White and came out as the BIG BAD WOLF!!!! Turns out I have a naughty side….and I’m embracing it. I guess you could call Sapphire a night of expensive therapy. With therapists like Niles Rico and Gage (I got two AMAZING dances that were super HOT from Gage…def. the favorite of this blond haired blue eyed white girl) drug companies would go broke. A $20 prescription for a lap dance is better than any xanax or Zoloft. So I guess it’s also economically worthwhile. I am considering going back to school for a second doctorate in sociology. There must be some sociological phenomenon to describe what transforms a person into what I’m calling the stripper trance. I always thought men were so stupid to pay for women to dance on their laps and pretend to like them. NOW I GET IT!!!! Thanks Sapphire for an amazingly fun night….and a new experience for a gal who will be back for some more thrilling rides in your fantasyland!Please thank the boys of Saturday night for us!