Enough complaints about exotic dancers

Please, I beg the Red Deer Advocate to stop giving letter writer Audrey Jensen a platform for her 10-year ongoing argument about the strippers at our Alberta establishments.

Please, I beg the Red Deer Advocate to stop giving letter writer Audrey Jensen a platform for her 10-year ongoing argument about the strippers at our Alberta establishments.

I’m starting to think maybe someone close to her has spent many an hour frequenting these places and that’s why she’s so disturbed by it.

Get over it Audrey. They are legal and they are not going anywhere no matter how many letters to the editor you write about this subject. There are so many other concerns these days. Find something else to complain about.

Advocate readers are sick of Jensen’s opinion on this subject.

There are a few places in Red Deer that have strippers, but as a stay-at-home mom, do I have anything to do with these places? No.

Do I care that grown men and possibly women are down there enjoying adult entertainment? No.

Does it interfere with my day? No.

If you don’t gamble, don’t go to the casino. If you don’t drink, don’t go to the liquor store.

If you’re not a stripper or a patron, don’t go to the strip club.

Again, we’ve heard Jensen’s argument so many times that it’s become plain irritating.

Nobody is going to take her comments seriously!

Rona Sutherland

Pine Lake

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