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The proposed ordinance would also rack up costs for Tacoma’s only strip club.If passed, it would require Dreamgirls to erect 36-inch-high barriers to ensure a 10-foot space between dancers and patrons as well as the posting of 2-foot-by-3-foot signs inside and outside all doors that encourage patrons to report “prostitution, solicitation, sexual assault, human trafficking, drug use or sales or the presence of minors.” As it is, Washington strip clubs can’t sell alcohol, and the Pierce ordinance would prevent new bars from being located within 1,000 feet of a strip club.I can't think of any other stripper-related issues that I would need to consider; in all other aspects, I'd guess that a relationship with a stripper is little different than a relationship with any other woman.I've only ever met and talked with two strippers in a non-professional setting.
In this interview, she reveals the challenges faced by women who work in emotional labor, how to turn into 7 dollars, and what any freelancer in the gig economy can learn from adult entertainers.For Tracy, a dancer in Seattle, just north of Tacoma, who asked that her real name be withheld, the incident immediately reminded her of the licensing information she had to file with the local police department to legally dance at the club. Ask about any scars or identifying marks,” she said.“So if I get murdered, they can identify my body.” It’s not irrational thinking. Many of them dance because they can make a living and they don’t necessarily want their mom to know.Myers must obtain a license after going through a background check,” she said.Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson said this isn’t the first time the public records for exotic dancers debate has been raised locally.