When I was travelling in New Zealand, I stayed for a while in a hostel in Auckland, just next to a strip club. There were 3 or 4 girls on my floor that always disappeared at night and I wander what did they do during those hours. Some of them were pretty open to talk about it.
Established in by three exotic dancers from Los Angeles, our organization and its charter have grown to over 2, signees nationwide! Generally initiated by radical zealots, ex-dancers, and ambulance-chasing attorneys, these efforts and their associated lawsuits have stripped exotic dancers of their customary choice and instead enslaved them to the tyranny of employment. For nearly five decades, exotic dancers in the United States have rightfully performed as Independent Contractors in nearly every state.
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T here's a short stretch of Shoreditch High Street in east London that has, as yet, escaped the clutches of gentrification. A couple of venues have blacked-out windows and outside, you might catch sight of a bare-legged, high-heeled women wrapped in a coat, smoking a cigarette between dances. One of these strip clubs, the White Horse, has been in the business for three generations but under new proposals its licence, like that of hundreds of other clubs, is potentially in jeopardy.
As she slips on her clear heels and steps onto the stage, "Sally" is a fantasy in the flesh. But off the pole, she's a Missouri mother of four whose life is a constant hustle. A lot of the [strippers] are, that's what's funny, a lot of the girls are moms and they live a normal life.
Sure, while most of us can agree on some television shows or musicians that are loved across the globe, there are some other " risque " forms of entertainment that many Canadians find taboo. Strip clubs used to be the place where guys would get together on the weekends and girls would go for their bachelorette parties. For years, the sex industry has always been at the epicenter of controversy and stigma but flourished nonetheless.
They continue to ignore the voices of the majority in the sex industry and undermine us. Stings like this create havoc in the lives of those who are doing a legitimate job in legal premises. There are so many blind spots in the thinking behind such actions, not least the deep irony of paying men to secretly film women while performing sexual labour — highly reminiscent of the criminal act of revenge porn. There can only be two outcomes of the sting operation: either the dancers caught on camera lose their jobs, or the club closes in which case all the dancers lose their jobs.
Strip clubs are kind of like theme parks: they're a lot of fun and a great fantasy for visitors, but a ton of hard work and unpleasantness for the people who work there. The dancers, bartenders, managers, security, DJs, and other people who make it happen not only sacrifice their nights and weekends for your enjoyment, but also endure a lot of other stuff you probably don't even think about. Like, what kind of stuff?
O ccasionally—say, on summer nights when the rooftop bars and sidewalk patios are hot enough to cook on—all you want to do is sit in the air-conditioning, drink an icy cold vodka tonic, and look at some titties and ass. Well, if you live in Seattle, good luck with that, because you cannot legally purchase alcohol at strip clubs in Washington State. You can look, but you can't drink, and this law, according to a number of exotic dancers I spoke to, makes their jobs harder, less lucrative, and more dangerous. It doesn't protect us.