And that got us wondering what else is out there. Turns out that themed or niche strip clubs are less popular than you might imagine. Not too many clubs feel like they need to go too far outside the box. But we were still able find some strip joints that stray further from the usual pole. This now-defunct drive-thru strip club allowed customers to watch dancers strip through a window… without ever leaving the comfort of their cars. This strip club is dedicated to pirate lovers looking for both types of booty.
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What music cue could better set the stage for a film about strippers scamming Wall Street guys after the financial crisis, a movie that illuminates how strip club power dynamics lurk in other areas of life? Jennifer Lopez left and director Lorene Scafaria right behind the scenes on the set of Hustlers. A lot of it. The movie, which is based on a article by Jessica Pressler , follows the friendship of these two women, as Ramona guides Destiny through the ins and outs of hustling—first, purely as a dancer, and then later, after the crash scuttles their prime clientele, as a scammer.
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Around 10 most nights, Nikeisah Newton hops into her car for a minute drive into downtown Portland, Ore. Newton said. Newton, whose ex-girlfriend is a former stripper, has joined a wave of dancers and their allies across the nation who are fighting to reform labor practices; put an end to sexual harassment and discrimination in their workplaces; and stifle the stigma around what they believe is as legitimate a profession as any. Members of this movement are sharing their experiences with the public through podcasts, books and visual arts; using technology to spread information about their industry; and protesting injustices in the streets.
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