‘Deja Vu understands the need for government works to restore some normalcy to their lives,’ the club said in a statement.
If there are any government workers where normalcy involves the breasts of strippers being shook in their faces, please email SG. We’d love to hear your story. We’d also like to hear from the strippers as well that shake their breasts in the faces of government workers in order to bring back normalcy into their lives.
The next time you step in to a gentleman’s club, you need not worry that the ladies are not fully compensated for their talents — on top of tips from the audience.
A federal judge in New York has ruled that a nearby strip club must pay its dancers minimum wage, because they are people, and work for tips. Like all of the waiters and bartenders you ignore. This is a big step for the dancers, and this could end up being a nationwide thing if it goes far enough.
They are even fighting for this in Grand Junction (heh), Colorado. The lawyers in these cases must have to apologize to the court for the body glitter on the filings.
Arizona Senator John McCain was recently asked about his support of a movement that would replace the current dollar bill with a $1 coin. McCain, thinking of the well-being of our scantily clad friends, said he hopes it leads to bigger tips.
Tampa Bay Devil Rays pitching prospect Josh Sale has been suspended by the organization for his conduct at a Florida strip club (SeriouslyGuys, where you find stripper news first). Sale, who was thrown out of the club after making it rain by throwing coins at the dancers, then bragged about the incident on Facebook.
Unconfirmed reports have the strippers saying Sale’s throws makes Tim Wakefield look like Pedro Martinez.
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.