As Mark Twain once observed in a short story, poker is a game of science, not of chance. Supposedly, the players who have better-than-average memories as to the cards already played, and knowledge of the odds of certain kinds of hands, will do very much better than those who play based on chance or whim.
Strip poker is a variant of this traditional card game, in which the loser must shed an article of clothing: typically a shoe or sock at first, but becoming more interesting as the game progresses. This game is usually played with several couples playing, and often with pleasant alcoholic drinks being enjoyed by the players. This disinhibits the participants into making suggestive remarks, relaxing the repeated losers, and generally contributing to the hilarity.
Unfortunately, losing one's shirt has quite a bit less significance for the guys than for girls. Having to take off one's bra in front of others calls for a drink first, at least. As for the ultimate step, it's considered very good form to offer the loser a towel so that he of she can cover the otherwise to-be-exposed nether parts.
In Southern Louisiana, college students in mixed groups sometimes play strip bourré [pronounced boo-ray].
If you intend to play strip poker, study some of the more basic points of the game. And leave your inhibitions behind, whether it is in seeing the progressively less clothed parts of others, especially guys. Get some exercise to look good; and if you have to take your t-shirt or blouse off, tell yourself that if you were at the beach, you would be displaying no more than you are now! And, for God's sake, stop when you've reached your limit!
Still, context does trump reason!