Also, her lifestyle was unhealthy as fucking anything I've ever witnessed.
No, I don't think anyone should tell anyone they can't have a certain job just for a relationship.
If you're that jealous and insecure, you shouldn't be dating someone in this line of work then. You have to remember you started dating the girl as a stripper, and you guys only been together for 5 months. Just to clarify, the girl I was dating was often performing sexual acts as well as stripping and all kinds of other shit on the side..
You can't just tell someone what to do in a relationship. Every single stripper I have met actually, has admitted to doing it at least once, but usually quite frequently.
Honestly - it's not healthy for most peoples relationships, some people sure - would never ever be bothered, but most would to some degree.
It would be a big commitment on her part to quit her occupation to satisfy your desires.
What if she quits her job, and you dumb her two months down the road for another chick?
It would be a big commitment on her part to quit her occupation to satisfy your desires. Later in life she told me just how often she was actually 'hooking', it was far more than I ever suspected.
What if she quits her job, and you dumb her two months down the road for another chick? Maybe stripping is something she wants to get out of in the next year or two. Being too controlling or demanding early on could drive a good woman away. I never told her to quit her job or anything like that, but honestly - when the person you love is out every other night, performing sexual acts on strangers and what not, it eats away at you.
That's me anyway - I think a serious relationship / family is worth far more than a job or even a career. If she wants to strip for the long term, then shahab6 can make his assessment.
And what I would find upsetting, is that if after a year of working in an industry that is actively making the partner subject to distressing emotions, if that doesn't bother the person working in the industry, then I wouldn't want to date them, because I'd think their priorities were wrong. He can support her decision and happily stay with her, or tell her he can tell her how he feels. Just to clarify, the girl I was dating was often performing sexual acts as well as stripping and all kinds of other shit on the side..
What if she wants to strip for the rest of her life? If she was just planning to stay in the profession for the short term, he could easily let it ride. Later in life she told me just how often she was actually 'hooking', it was far more than I ever suspected. I seen a close friend lose everything to dating/fucking strippers. They would come into the club, change, wait their turn on stage, strip (about 5 minutes), get dressed, get paid, leave the club, go to the next club and repeat the operation.