I think that both Lance and Teddy have valid points. That being said, I think Lance has less moral clout right now. Even if it was Padora's idea, if he was really so morally against stripping, he shouldn't have come. And judging by his expression in that last panel, I don't think it took much convincing. He cannot say "it's wrong to take clothes off for money" when he is sitting there, PAYING for it! Pandora's idea or not, that leg doesn't stand.
On a seperate note, I've noticed some comments about stripping in general, and I would highly reccamend a book, Stripped by Bernadette Barton. It's a very interesting read and dispelled a lot of pre-conceived notions I had about stippers. And if you're curious about MALE strippers, check out Take it Off by Taylor Cole and Justin Whitfield.
As for Teddy, he has been playing a bit irresponsibly with her new Chloe body. To be fair, it started as her trying to help Chloe, but I think it's gotten a little out of control lately. Especially as Lance points out, Teddy is still in high school. I'm sure Teddy would NEVER want his little sister doing what he's doing now. That being said, seeing as how Teddy is literally a boy trapped in a girl's body, he's got a LOT more perspective than his father. (am I the only one having a hard time knowing which pronouns to use here?)
On another seperate note, I was thinking about a few strips back when Teddy bemoaned that he was always making things worse for Chloe. Personally, I found the irony so think I could have choked on it. Let's examine things shall we? Since Chloe came into his life; she destroyed his parent's marriage, killed him at least once, and has designated his soul for hell. And that's just the most obvious examples. And yes she's been trying to undo what she's done, MOST of the time. But she's also screwed it up every step of the way, sometimes intentionally. Like during the Valentine's Day arc when she delivered that insulting cake.