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exotic dancer (plural exotic dancers) (euphemistic)

  1. A stripper.
    • 2004, Valentine Selena, How to Date an Exotic Dancer: For Men Who Prefer Extraordinary Women, Island Waves, LLC, →ISBN, page 9:
      So you want to date a stripper? If you've answered yes, you've already made a big mistake. The woman you want to date is an “exotic dancer.” If you call a dancer a stripper, you've immediately insulted her.
    • 2016 October 19, Adrienne Green, “What It’s Like to Work as an Exotic Dancer”, in The Atlantic[1]:
      The U.S. has thousands of strip clubs that, some reports say, collectively take in as much as $6 billion every year. [] I spoke with Liza [] about how she became an exotic dancer, how the adult-entertainment industry is changing with increasing priority of the internet, and why people don’t consider her job respectable.
  2. A pole dancer.
  3. A belly dancer.

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