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This sounds like a ploy to let your wife act like a skeezer. We think it can help in the bedroom and with fitness, but does the baby need to be right-there?
Sheila Kelley stirred up pre-conceived notions about “scripping” when she debuted her striptease inspired workout, S Factor, on the Oprah show in 2003. There are now seven S Factor fitness studios across the nation and Kelley is widely regarded as the worldwide originator of pole dance fitness. Her book The S Factor: Strip Workouts for Every Woman, not only thought outside the box, it smashed it. The Redefining Sex-y: Believe in Your Beauty campaign will do the same.