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My audition at Scores West called for putting on a slinky polyester outfit, fake hair and too much makeup, and then slithering around a small stage half-undressed while a belching manager stared at me. I downed three shots, got on the stage, and after 30 seconds, they hired me. It sounds easy, but managers would make girls they had no intention of hiring dance on that same stage for up to 20 minutes.
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Powers available to the council include requiring SEVs to be licensed and the ability to put a cap on the number of licences issued in the city - including setting the cap at zero, effectively banning clubs. Dancers who are part of the Empowered Woman Project are planning to stage a demonstration on Saturday in George Square in protest over possible job losses. More than 3, people have signed a supportive petition, which will be delivered to the council by former dancer Mandy Rose Jones, who launched the campaign.
The number of strip clubs has doubled in the last 10 years and a new Channel 4 series, Strippers, starting next week, goes behind the scenes at some of them to meet the dancers, owners and punters in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Glasgow strip club Diamond Dolls is the focus of the first episode. One of the most experienced was Glaswegian Kim, who was there for nearly four years but quit for a job in a bank after the series was made.
By Toni Jones. Money worries, fights with friends and families that don't understand us are familiar problems, but for bubbly blonde Danielle and scouse-browed Kim these are issues that weigh heavily on their mind. These two somethings are part of a wave of young British women turning to stripping as a way to support themselves, and losing friends and family as a result.
She was only 12 years old, but she had the body of a woman eight years older. And at Diamonds Cabaret, an all-nude strip club in Dallas's sprawling red light district, patrons could see every inch of it. How this preteen runaway landed in the dregs of the adult entertainment industry last fall is a parent's worst nightmare, a story that vice cops hear all too often, and an example of a glaring legal shortcoming in Dallas, where Diamonds remains open for business.
But behind his thin frame lay a powerful voice. Taking the form of a German lieder, where poetry is set to classical music, Cyril spoke a little about his voice, before playing it back. Putting on a white blindfold, he harmonized with the recording of his own singing for a while before breaking free of that, his voice growing louder and louder as he repeated the same few words.
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