Either way she is a massive hypocrite. She runs a strip club but is acting like she is against the sexual vilification of a women?
This is an interesting point and one I've thought about a bit. The main thing that irks me about Lisa is I think she should understand not to be so judgmental considering she has to know strippers, and in all likelihood probably knows sex workers too. It's an industry in which knowing people opens your eyes up a bit more, so surely she should have some perspective, yet she's the most judgmental person in the house from what I can tell thus far.
People within that industry say they own what they do, and they're making use of their bodies which empowers them. I understand that, even if I don't think the situation is that simple because men attending strip clubs don't see it so simply. What I don't understand is that Lisa, again, seems to have no thoughts relating to this. Like you said, she has to be far more aware about how sexualised women are. Is it an unfortunate part of society? I think so, but she should understand it.
Ugh yes I can't believe Dion. He doesn't have as much of a backbone as I'd thought - he said initially he hated dishonesty and that it was the one thing he would never do, and here he is trying to curry up some favour on both sides.
As for Dave, it's good he at least tried to apologise but he seemed a little silly trying to twist what he'd said; maybe he wasn't aware Lisa heard it herself, and not through word of mouth.
Yeah, that was the thing about it that was probably the worst for Dave. It certainly didn't seem genuine when he did that.
ACTUALLY, the most annoying bit in this whole thing is that Dave kept saying midrift. You work in the medicine field, man! It's a midriff!