A few days ago I heard an interesting radio debate. A feminist speaker argued that such establishments unfairly degrade women. Remarkably, morality never entered the debate and the arguments hinged on personal choice and the psychological wellbeing of the strippers.
Kareem Green joined me to talk about the ultimate crime family: white people. I wanted us to talk about some of his favorite gangster movies but we ended up talking about race for most of it. White people are like a crime family, right?
Brew City Bombshells sitting pretty. Photo courtesy of the Brew City Bombshells. Photo by Krista Culbertson.
Do we really give a shit? Not really, Tressler is an adult woman in charge of her own body, career, and choices, but the hubbub around her is interesting fodder for conversation. Should the Chronicle have fired her? Is it ethical?
When I tell people that I used to live in Guam, the usual reaction is, Guam? What were you doing in Guam? I tailor my replies based on the person asking the question.
Bret awoke with a nagging feeling of someone watching. He didn't quite know where he got it from, but when he opened his eyes he saw a pair of big, blue eyes staring at him from the hallway. Big blue eyes, in a small, round face, belonging to a cute little girl.
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Local stripper named Lia joins us to talk about the de-criminalization of sex work. Mike recounts a funny drawing that got his friend in trouble in middle school lol. Don't miss this one folks!
From her writing, tours and work as a stripper Frances has gleaned a number of important finance tips and knowledge. Frances, who is originally from Ontario, Canada, started stripping when she was traveling seven years ago in Australia and ran out of money. She then traveled the U. They were married three years ago and now Frances lives in the city full time, continuing her work as a stripper and teaching workshops.