Thread: Male stripper at nursing home.

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    • 2 years 3 months ago
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    This is so wrong.

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/08/us/nursing-home-stripper-lawsuit/
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpmILPAcRQo

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      • 2 years 3 months ago
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      Would you still find it wrong if it was a female stripper?
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        • 2 years 3 months ago
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        The residents apparently approve. The son is just upset that his mother might have some sexuality. Guess what kid? She's a human being. How do you think you were born? Nothing indicates she didn't enjoy the show except what he says and he wasn't there.
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          • 2 years 3 months ago
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          Quote by stake
          The residents apparently approve. The son is just upset that his mother might have some sexuality. Guess what kid? She's a human being. How do you think you were born? Nothing indicates she didn't enjoy the show except what he says and he wasn't there.

          I agree. Her son needs to lighten up and understand that mom while old probably still finds men attractive. This experience likely brought some flare to an otherwise boring place.

          I hate how some people treat their elderly parents the same way they treat their children. They are still adults and can generally make some decisions for themselves. As long as they are safe and not getting taken advantage of let them make some decisions for themselves. I doubt those dollar bills hurt her pocket book.
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            • 2 years 3 months ago
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            It's a legal liability for the nursing home. The woman was 86 and wheelchair-bound with partial dementia and needed a chaperone. It may have been okay for some of the other residents who could move freely, but she is a dependent and I'm assuming the son has power of attorney. The issue is that it wasn't safe and she couldn't make a decision for herself. They gather everyone (who can be wheeled in) for events in nursing homes, they don't ask individually if they want to or not.

            From my experience in nursing homes, the most I was allowed to do was get ice cream and call bingo due to insurance garbage.
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