Though most strip clubs are known for being aggressively heterosexual environments, many queer women are making waves on the scene.
Venus’ first job as a stripper started with a high school breakup. She was 18 and looking for a job that allowed her to make her own schedule and be her own boss, and “one day in high school I just said, ‘Fuck this, I’ll be a stripper,’” she told me.
Her girlfriend, however, wasn’t thrilled. “She had a huge problem with me taking my clothes off to make money,” she said. Once they’d officially broken up, Venus landed her first gig.
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