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Biggest Turn-Off Ever? Mother and Daughter Striptease Act

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To some people, this is sexier if the women are related. Please keep those people far, far away from me.

I’ve never quite understood the twin fantasy that some men harbor, and others (Hugh Hefner, anyone?) actually live. I mean, is it really a turn-on to think of sisters getting it on? Incest is a bad thing, not a sexy thing, right? At least that’s what I’ve always thought.

A few months ago a lingerie line had a mother and daughter star in an ad campaign in which they posed together, and a little too provocatively. The company all but admitted they were doing it to be sensational so people would walk in their store. I don’t know if they had much success, but I’m guessing the site of a mother and daughter mostly naked and wrapped around each other was way too creepy for anyone shopping for bras and panties. It might have been a good campaign for bleach, however.

Along those same lines, when I read about a mother-and-daughter striptease show (via Café Mom), I wondered why. Why? Why? Why? Why? And who. As in, who, exactly, would pay money to go see a mom and daughter strip next to each other?

And yet. There’s a mother-daughter duo in Australia who star in a striptease show together. And apparently they have an audience.

The mom, Mia Robinson, and her daughter, Kiki Vidis, claim their show has humor and “doesn’t cross any boundaries,” according to Stuff.co.nz.

“That would be gross,” they said.

Riiiiiiight. Because it’s not gross enough that a mother and daughter are taking off their clothes next to each other. On stage. With an audience. For money.

It was Kiki who introduced her mom to the porn industry. She said the work is difficult, but she loves it. And apparently there are others who love it, too. I’m just not sure who they are, and I’d actually like to keep it that way.

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