Letters to the Editor

Lap dancing goes too far

I am not comfortable with an establishment, designed for mainstream entertainment, allowing strippers to be a part of that entertainment. We’ve had so many problems with military fights in the watering holes in Oak Harbor, do we need any more aggravating factors?

I understand it’s the “VIP room” at the new night club, but I am still not comfortable with the idea of being in the same building where someone is potentially getting a lap dance in. It’s creepy! I am not comfortable hearing about the graphic nature of the “performance.”

And truly, to be blatantly honest and possibly stirring a pot that could make a lot of people my own age upset with me, I don’t understand how it’s legal!

Carolyn Howe


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