Definition of lap dancing in English:

lap dancing


  • See lap dance

    • ‘There seemed to be a fair bit of hostility and lap dancing was something you were just expected to do.’
    • ‘Vigorous lobbying, a few rallies and marches downtown, and oodles of local and even international publicity forced partial reversal of last summer's near-total ban on lap dancing.’
    • ‘With the effective decriminalization of lap dancing at the end of the '90s, the private dance trade enjoyed a price hike as men shelled out ten or even twenty dollars per song for the privilege of touching and being touched.’
    • ‘Pole dancing and even lap dancing is increasingly part of youth culture.’
    • ‘It annoys me when people say that the next step from lap dancing is prostitution - they just have not got a clue what it is about.’
    • ‘Peeking into the back room where the lap dancing took place, I was shocked.’