Health and Comfort Win with Women’s Thongs!
Oct 18 2010
Women’s thongs are a perennial favorite at strip clubs because they reveal as much as possible without being illegal or revealing too much! However, one mistake I see new dancers make is in their selection of which thongs to wear at work.
If you’re expecting to be successful and build regulars, you’re going to work long hours. Let’s face it, 6 hours is a long time to be dancing, much more so if you’re working 8-10 hour shifts. This is a long time for things to go wrong with your girlie bits because you’re wearing an unsuitable thong!
G-String Materials as Your First Consideration
The first, most obvious mistake is in the material; not all fabric is created equal. Satin, leather and latex are all very sexy and extremely common materials for women’s thongs and g-strings, but you don’t want to wear them hours at a time. These materials aren’t very breathable, and a lack of air to your bits can lead to odor problems and yeast infections.
The only material that avoids this issue is cotton. It’s not only the most comfortable material (more on this in a sec), but it’s the only material that breathes sufficiently to keep your plumbing working properly.
While you may think that it’s the least sexy fabric out there, it doesn’t matter that much in the dim lights of a strip club. Customers are more concerned with the dancer’s ability to entertain than the kind of fabric she’s wearing.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that you can’t integrate sexier fabrics into your costume wardrobe. Just remember to alternate less breathable fabrics with cotton thongs to help keep your body in balance.
As hard as it may be to find 100% cotton thongs, I recommend the ones at www.snaz75.com because they are the MOST breathable and durable for dancing!
Wear a Thong that Fits
How the thong fits is another important issue. Many dancers think that a tight thong is the high point of sexiness, but it can cause many potenitally unsexy things to happen. At the top of the list is chafing. Having a thong that you can pluck like a guitar string will leave marks on your skin—the straps can leave marks on your hips, and it can also abrade your skin, especially if you shave your labia.
A loose thong can bring up more issues with your vaginal health. Most of us don’t want to think of it, but a loose thong can transfer e coli bacteria from the back to the front, causing bacterial vaginosis or urinary tract infections. It also doesn’t consistently cover everything that needs to be covered, creating potential hygiene issues for other dancers, as well.
While it may seem silly to make a big deal about the kinds of underwear a dancer chooses to wear, it really can make an impact on your health and work. Keeping your body healthy should always be a high priority!