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Ugly, Angry Chicks Protest Lipstick Lesbian Striptease

At a lesbian and bisexual strip show in Tel Aviv, a protest broke out Tuesday night. And it wasn't one derived from the Rush Limbaugh and Bill O'Reilly mindset. On the contrary, it was feminists speaking out against the exploitation … Read More

By / December 12, 2006

At a lesbian and bisexual strip show in Tel Aviv, a protest broke out Tuesday night. And it wasn't one derived from the Rush Limbaugh and Bill O'Reilly mindset. On the contrary, it was feminists speaking out against the exploitation of women for the pleasure of other women. Defending the show, Minerva Club owner Galit Ben-Simchon aptly pointed out, "Straight women can go to a Chippendales show, but lesbians have no place to go," Ben-Simchon went on to say of her strippers, "This does not constitute exploitation because I know the woman do it out of free will and that they are well-paid." I believe Julia Roberts employed the same logic with Richard Gere in Pretty Woman when George Costanza tried to have his way with her.

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