Tips on Beating Down the Conservative Menace
Well, I'm for letting the market decide.I can't help but to think of a title of a Forgotten Rebels song though... for some reason..
You go, girl!
As an entertainer, essentially playing a role, is she even covered? (By the code, I mean.) Strip clubs clearly aren't required to hire both male and female strippers. Generally speaking, if you want to see male strippers you go to one club, and if you want to see females you go to another. If a club owner wants to target customers who like one type of woman over another, is he allowed to do that?(I think actually most customers would enjoy any woman over another.)I'm really not clear how the law applies in this area. We don't see complaints from Sean Connery saying "I'm a far better actor than the one that was chosen. Why shouldn't I be able to star in Alice in Wonderland?"
So how OHRT will assess her talent. That hearing one should attend.
RB,Somebody else raised a similar point in an email. I wonder if there would be a distinction to make between "younger" and "younger looking". Other than our gal is obviously out of her teens, I would find it difficult to place her age from the photo.
It's hard to tell anyone's age from 3/4-length photos at web-based resolution. Under the bright lights presumably used in a strip club on the performers, most of us would look every bit of our age plus ten more years for good measure.
Under the bright lights presumably used in a strip club on the performersIt's been a while, but the last time I was in a strip club, I thought the lighting was designed to flatter the body....but I was on the stage at the time, so what do I know?
She's really heavy for a dancer and kind of wrinkly in some spots, even from that "good" photo. Apparently she was canned for looking old, not for being old. The news says the club owners were receiving complaints about the appearance of the two fired women. Actually in a dark club one tends to look younger, not older, than one's age so she must look pretty awful naked.Clubs hire pretty subjectively anywaym, even for younger women, so it's the nature of that game. Her lawsuit should be denied.This has nothing to do with feminism. If anything, the typical feminist view would likely hold that it's inappropriate to have a job entirely devoted to a woman trying to be an attractive object.
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