This would be suitable for those into soft porn titillation. It objectifies women certainly. The male characters are all repulsive certainly - I assumed intentionally at first but then could find no hint of the writer's own view on the degredation of women as pole dancers only admiration and a nonsensical feeling of the sexual mystery and allure of this special being writhing about - not a real woman. If she had left the club and we saw her have a 'real' conversation or a glimpse of her 'real' feelings and thoughts rather than just being a magical sex goddess then I would have been pleased. I was hoping for it all the way through and was disappointed that it didn't fulfill. But comment on hyper sexualisation of women was not on this writer's agenda.
I am sure this story would go down well amongst certain audiences.
I am sorry that my review is negative but I really feel if something is sexist, racist, homophobic etc one ought to point it out. Certainly other people will love it. The writer can write.
The cleverness of the mystery of the observer being a ghost or whatever was interesting but being nauseated by the subject matter spoiled that for me.