Striptease is exactly what the word suggests; teasing the audience by stripping. It is an erotic dance that is typically reserved for the Strip Club and has been subject to legal and cultural prohibitions and taboos. But today, it has become a popular form of exercise and dance that can be done with or without a partner.
Striptease as a dance form is about feeling empowered and sexy as a woman and translating that into dance. It involves slow, seductive movements and touch and encourages a woman to let go of judgment and feel good about being sexy without any shame or embarrassment. When Striptease is done as sexual play between partners, the emphasis is on the act of undressing almost to the point of revealing, but not quite.
To perform the ultimate Striptease, whether for yourself or for your partner, keep these things in mind…
MUSIC – Choose a song that you can get into and lose yourself in. It doesn’t matter if it’s fast or slow. All that matters is that it makes you feel sexy.
ATMOSPHERE – Create a sensual atmosphere with dim lighting. If you’re dancing for a partner, there should be a comfortable area for him to enjoy the show. And don’t be afraid to pull out the full-length mirror if you’re doing a Striptease for yourself.
EYE CONTACT – Maintain eye contact with your partner throughout your Striptease. Eye contact is extremely sexy and shows off your confidence. If you’re dancing for yourself, enjoy watching yourself in the mirror or close your eyes and enjoy how the movement and touch feel.
SLOW DOWN – Even when you think you’re going way too slow, go even slower. Don’t rush the movements. What makes Striptease so sexy is the teasing part of it. Take your time and feel the touch of your hands on your body and breathe.
OWN IT – Have no shame or embarrassment about what you’re doing. Be proud to be sexy and throw away all judgments about yourself.
TEASE – When removing clothing, do it slowly and without revealing your naughty parts right away. Turn away so he can’t see them just yet, or hold your removed clothing in front to prolong the tease.
CLOTHING – Wear something that not only makes you feel sexy, but that will also be easy to remove.
PRACTICE – If you’re dancing for a partner, practice your routine beforehand until you feel confident.