A lap dance is a specific type of erotic dance offered in some strip clubs or (somewhat more formal) gentlemen's clubs in which the patron is seated, and the dancer is either in immediate contact (contact dancing) with the patron, or within a very short distance. Depending on the local jurisdiction and community standards, lap dances can involve touching of the dancer by the patron, the patron by the dancer, neither, or both; the dancer may be naked, topless or fully clothed, depending on the laws where the club is located. Variant terms include couch dance which is a lap dance where the customer is seated on a couch, and bed dance where the customer lies down. A block session (usually half an hour to an hour) can be booked in the champagne room, where the dancer and the patron talk in an intimate setting and drink champagne together. The girl might perform lap dances too, depending on the patron's wishes. This is more typical of stripclubs in Japan.
In many clubs the duration of a lap dance is measured by the length of the song being played by the club's DJ. Charges for lap dances vary; a typical price in a U.S. strip club is $20 per approximately three minute song.
Sometimes sexual partners will perform lap dances for their partners as a teasing kind of foreplay.
In a particular form of lap dance, the patron will be seated, spreading his knees apart, and the dancer will gradually remove her clothing while standing between the patron's legs.
Full-contact lap dances often involve intense frottage where the stripper may rub their lap against the patron's. Local jurisdictions and community standards typically determine how much and where the patron can touch the dancer during the lap dance. In some cases, any touching by the patron is forbidden.
It has been alleged that lap dancing club owners, by installing dark private booths and charging dancers steep stage fees, are silently condoning and encouraging sexual acts between customers and dancers.
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