Four Tips for Your First Gentlemen’s Club Visit

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First Gentlemen's Club Visit

Visiting a gentlemen’s club for the first time is an important rite of passage in a man’s life. If you’re planning on making your first trip to the club (congrats!), check out some of these tips to make sure you have the best experience possible:

Bring Good Company

If you’re celebrating a guys’ night out or bachelor party and not everyone is down for a night at the gentleman’s club it could ruin the experience for everyone. The same goes for bringing your wife or girlfriend. Some women may be curious or even excited about joining in on the fun, but nothing will sour your experience at the gentleman’s club like seeing your partner looking uncomfortable or even jealous while you’re trying to have a good time.

Look Sharp

Some clubs have a dress code, but it’s never a bad idea to look and smell fresh for the beautiful ladies who are getting close to you. If you’re planning on getting lap dances, you’ll want to avoid wearing any large or sharp belt buckles that could scratch our lovely dancers.

Ask The Rules!

Some clubs have a no-touch policy, and if you’re new it’s best to ask beforehand to avoid any potentially awkward situations. By the same token, it’s perfectly acceptable to politely decline a dance from anyone if you’re not interested for whatever reason. The dancers want you to have the best experience possible, so a simple “no thanks” works just fine.

Arrange Transportation

If you’re celebrating a guys’ night out, arranging a car service or even an Uber to be your designated driver for the evening will let all your buddies loosen up, have some drinks and enjoy the night. This small peace of mind will allow you and your friends to relax and have fun.

Whether you visit us at our club in Dallas or Fort Worth, Baby Dolls is a great place to have a first experience that you won’t soon forget!

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