Stigma in Entertainment

Hello friends, today I need to get a few things off of my chest and address some of the issues I've faced when organizing a little show of mine called TABOO Pole Show. For those of you who are just being introduced, it can be described as a sexually liberating event which includes professional entertainers … Continue reading Stigma in Entertainment

5 Tips for having a great night at the club

Hello friends! I thought it was about time to do a strip club related post seeing as that's why I started the blog in the first place (lol!) I've had a weird few weeks coming off of my medication and talking about mental health on the blog was very therapeutic. Thanks for hanging in there … Continue reading 5 Tips for having a great night at the club

Body Confidence

Hey Friends! I'm currently writing this blog from bed as I recover from a stomach virus. I've had some time to rest and reflect and to also think about a topic for todays blog post. Over the last few months I've had a lot of questions in my inbox along the lines of "How are … Continue reading Body Confidence

Interview with Mighty

Today's interview is with Mighty, a dancer from the States. I discovered the talented performer while watching a VICE documentary where Mighty and her fellow dancers were described as "The Magic Mike club for dominant lesbian dancers". You can check out the video here. I thought the concept of a strip club for the LGBTQ … Continue reading Interview with Mighty

TABOO Pole Show

Today's blog post is on something so close to my heart, My first born child, Taboo Pole show. It all started about two years ago when I was still working as a dancer in Galway City. There wasn't much opportunity to showcase my pole skills outside of working in strip clubs and I was slowly … Continue reading TABOO Pole Show

Guest Blog – Camille Adair

Today's guest blog is by Camille Adair, a former stripper from Southern America, A region known for its racist roots. In this blog post, Camille bravely opens up to tell us her story of what it was like to be a woman of color working in the strip club. I entered sex work as soon … Continue reading Guest Blog – Camille Adair

A Strippers Guide to Activism: Your Local Strippers Union Needs You!

Photo Credit - Julie Cook Today's Guest Blog is by Stacey Clare, Co-founder of the East London Strippers Collective. I first saw Stacey on the Channel 4 documentary: The Sisterhood of Strippers. I admire the work that Stacey and other members of the ELSC have done, and continue to for strippers across the UK. It … Continue reading A Strippers Guide to Activism: Your Local Strippers Union Needs You!