Wednesday, January 11, 2012

What would it take to get me to into church?

I know that none of you have given this much more thought than I did, but consider this: A church for reformed strippers where strippers come to get a dose of religion. What a concept! If you want men to go to church, this has to be the perfect inducement.

This lady dated arms dealers, spies and rogues -- before she found religion. Now she's on a quest to get sexually addicted women into church. (I think that marrying a nerd metrosexual hairdresser is what really messed her up.)



However, if you want to 'sell' 'faith', why not invite strippers to church? I suspect that the donations from men would go through the roof. I don't think that it would be much different than any of the other, shallow, 'entertainment-based faith' that tries to pass itself off as sincere religion.

While on other fronts, strippers and churches seem to be at odds with each other. (LINK)
The 30-year-old married mother of six said she has danced at the Foxhole for a decade and holds the title of "house mom." That means that even though she still dances, she also watches out for the six other women who work there. 
She said she makes $2,000 a week. 
"These church people say horrible things about us," Hughes said. "They say we're homewreckers and whores. The fact of the matter is, we're working to keep our own homes together, to give our kids what they need." 
Dunfee said it's not that simple. He said he consistently offers the women help, a chance at redemption. 
"I tell them, 'I will put a roof over your heads, and your bills will be paid, and your children's bellies will be full,'" he said. Yet they don't come inside. 
The first few weeks, Dunfee piped the sermon outside. But that "agitated" them, he said, and made them dance in the streets. 
He said their presence has united his church members and reinvigorated their mission to shut down the club. 
"They have now seen the evil firsthand," Dunfee said. "This has just made us stronger."
George laughed at that notion. 
"They're just mad," he said, "because their wives won't let them come to my club."
And the world still spins -- until the end, of course, and that's coming.

 The Mayan Calendar in a wheat field...a portent of times to come.


6 comments:

Race Bannon said...

You...church...end of the world...

Opus #6 said...

I notice she didn't get a boob reduction. Just sayin'.

LL said...

Opus - She said that she drew the line at "children and animals". That shows that she has standards.

Race - Yeah.

WoFat said...

Isn't it amazing that the Mayan Indians predicted to coming of obama?

darlin said...

Hmmm, this is interesting LL. I'd love to talk to this lady for 10 minutes and get a better sense of where she's at. Oh oh, the education is kicking in... ya, it's bed time!

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