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I found out my friend pole dances for men on a weekend? watch

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    I have no idea how to feel.
    I understand pole dancing is (by a lot of students) classed as a sport, and ofcourse a pole dancing class / lesson is fine... but my friend i found is actually down at a place in town on the weekend pole dancing for men while she takes their money.

    I know shes desperate for money, but she has so much potential to do well in life. She makes out like she wants it to be a life career? And on the other hand... shes only 16, im sure thats underage in the UK? I just dont know if i should say anything or what? Because shes got her heart set on it, and it worries me, what if a man takes advantage of her when she leaves the club?, shes still a virgin... She would be distraught if anything like that happened. But if shes 16, ontrack for A's and A*'s i just dont understand why shes throwing the opportunity away and instead to do pole dancing in a club? Giving private dancing sessions to men with revealing or no clothes?

    Its only in my best interest that i want her to do really well in life and i dont want her to lead downhill with it? Should i be supportive of her? Or should i tell the truth and tell her how i dont like the whole idea.
 
 
 
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