Campaigners against strip clubs say this was not an anomaly and is representative of behaviour that occurs in such clubs across the UK.
The claims come amid a split in the feminist movement about attitudes to sex-related work. Some, often older, campaigners argue that strip clubs objectify women and should be closed, while their opponents, predominantly younger, say that taking work away from women by shutting such venues is not feminist. This report will be seized upon by the former as a sign of the exploitation they say is inherent in the industry.
The investigators allege that the dancers sat on their laps, rubbed their genitals through clothing, simulated oral sex, and put their breasts in the men’s mouths. They also claim that dancers touched each other intimately in defiance of club rules. One dancer told the men that the “no touching” rule did not apply to her or her colleague.
Sounds like an excellent method of vacuuming the money out of those men’s wallets. Which would rather men the exploitation is running the other way….
That split between older and younger feminists is fun too, isn’t it? Rather, maybe, between those who could still so exploit men and those who couldn’t?