If you ever live old enough and can afford to retire, which if you regularly read this blog seems like an unlikely scenario, we recommend retiring in England, where assisted living facilities offer a bit more than their U.S. counterparts.
One such place, which promises a holistic approach to their care, is now hiring strippers and escorts for their residents. This, coupled with all those reports of all the old-people sex going on at retirement homes, makes us think that retirement may finally sound more like college than prison.
The days of constant public nudity in San Francisco may be coming to a close. City officials will vote on an ordinance that bans all public nudity in the city.
Well … not quite all of it. Parents can still raise diaper-less free range preschoolers (provided they pick up after them or chuck it in the neighbor’s yard). Also, the ban would not apply to pride parades, fetish fairs and costumed — or, in this case, costumeless — races.
The ban would really only affect the naturists who congregate daily at Jane Warner Plaza, at the corner of Castro and Market Streets. Shop owners in the traditionally gay Castro district have complained, saying the nudists have gone from the occasional free spirit to a daily flock of dick pigeons, causing people to avoid the district altogether.
If the ban passes, then you can still leave your heart in San Francisco. Just don’t forget your pants.
I have never written such a string of sentences before.
Pole-dancing, singing, and flashing lights are the norm at these performances, despite stripping fully nude being a criminal offense in Taiwan. Partial stripping does happen, because that’s not against the law. Of course, it makes us wonder which level of partial stripping appeases the spirits most?
Are lap dances a form of art? A New York state strip club thinks so. Nite Moves in Albany, N.Y. is arguing in court that it doesn’t owe the state $124,000 in taxes on money earned from lap dances, since it is an art and should have the same tax exemptions as other forms of dance under state law.
Since the strip club is in the state capital, it seems pretty reasonable that the money is coming from public servants, so wouldn’t that just be taxing tax dollars?
Archaeologists have found what are now the earliest bras in human history. They date back to the 15th Century and were found in the remains of Lengberg Castle in eastern Tyrol, Austria. And when we say “bra,” we mean it: two distinct cups and and lacy embroidering that’s only visible when Heidi Klumming it all over the house.
This changes pretty much everything we know about medieval times and fancy knickers, especially since we originally thought the bra wasn’t invented until 1913.
Unless they aren’t bras, in which case they could be cowls for those two-headed eagles everyone kept drawing back then.
For the first time since 1951, the cabaret has had to cancel shows because of the strike. The women say the conditions are unworkable, since they have to work 24 days per month. For those of you doing the math at home, yes, that’s a day or two more than the average 5-day job, but in France, that may as well be like working 80 hours a week.
It’s likely the dancers are also pushing for more smoke breaks.
The manager of the league has decided that the league does not need the money … specifically, the strip club’s money. It’s still currently financially destitute after returning the donation, but both the strip club’s owner and the league’s manager hope that the news has drummed up enough attention to their plight. Reportedly a paramedic has donated 1600 dollars, but does that money come from broken dreams and c-sections? I think not.
A Los Angeles area Little League is in dire straits and could really use a miracle right now. And that’s when some angels show up to save the day — some naughty angels, that is.
The Lennox Little League, a poor urban community, was almost unable to pay increasing fees and can no longer sell grilled concessions thanks to regulations imposed by the K-8 Lennox School District. The Jet Strip, a local strip club whose manager serves on the all-volunteer Lennox Coordinating Council, donated $1200 to cover them for the year.
And it makes sense. Without future baseball players, who will support the strippers of tomorrow? Golfers? Please. There aren’t entire teams of golfers.