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Not far from the roaring jets of Los Angeles International Airport, early on a Friday evening, a van filled with 14 neatly dressed professional women pulls to a stop beneath a "Nude Live Girls" neon sign. Her name is Harmony Dust, and she is about to lead her volunteers into the X-rated Century Lounge to offer the dancers small plastic bags filled with pampering treats like lip gloss and perfume, as well as brochures with a simple message: If you ever want to get out of stripping, we can help. Harmony starts rattling off instructions: "When you meet the women, make eye contact; look at them for who they are.
By Fiona GovanMadrid. A Spanish woman has been forced to confess to cheating on her husband-to-be on her hen night with a dwarf stripper after she gave birth to a baby with dwarfism. Her husband believed the baby was his and that it had been conceived during the honeymoon but his wife confessed to the infidelity after he repeatedly questioned doctors as to how the baby could have been born with dwarfism.
If Lillian Faderman has a particular genius it's for being first, or at least early; she was one of the first historians of lesbianism, launched pioneering classes in women's studies before the discipline officially existed and, according to her new memoir, "Naked in the Promised Land," co-edited one of the first multicultural poetry anthologies also before the mantra of "diversity" was instituted. So it's surprising that she's late to join the ranks of feminist intellectuals going public about their experiences working in the sex industry. Faderman's sex-work credentials are impeccable, if not downright historical. No come-lately tattooed gyrator on the stage of some contemporary, progressive, woman-operated strip joint like the Lusty Lady, Faderman worked as a nude and pinup model and as stripper back in the waning days of burlesque, supporting herself and her female lover while a college student at Berkeley in the '50s and '60s.
And nowhere was the party crazier, sleazier or more glam-rockin' than the Sunset Strip, where big-haired dudes and the girls who loved them turned the boulevard into their own personal playground. Or Led Zeppelin, who in the following decade would rent out up to six floors of the Hyatt on Sunset, a. Guns, Faster Pussycat and the rest of the Eighties glam lot were more than happy to take on.
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It was also a message to the world that women rockers could be just as loud, stylish and brash as their male counterparts. It's been more than 30 years since her version of the song hit the airwaves and the Billboard charts, yet its power and influence remains today. Like a host of other powerful Sunset Strip women — Stevie Nicks, Exene Cervenka XMichelle Philips, Cher, The Runaways — the current generation continues to push the boundaries of what it means to be a woman in the world of rock.
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