The Week In Links: January 4

by suzyhooker on January 4, 2012 · 0 comments

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"Christmas in the Brothel" by Edvard Munch, via

“Christmas in the Brothel” by Edvard Munch, via

It’s possible that this piece could have made its argument for the repeal of laws that ban drug felons from receiving food stamps without using “because they might turn to prostitution” as its main argument.

Unsurprisingly, former Olympian and recently outed former escort Suzy Favor Hamilton was uninvited from a speaking engagement at the Disneyland Half Marathon.

Former Suicide Girl Olivia Black was fired from the pawn shop where she worked, featured on the History Channel’s “Pawn Stars,” after her past work came to light. Because pawn shops and reality television have REPUTATIONS to uphold, people.

New proposed porn filtering laws in the UK might include asking computer purchasers whether or not there are children in the household.

Not gonna lie: we’re linking to this article about licensing strippers in Indiana because we can’t believe the owner of the infamous Hip Hugger (known for being a crazy rural free-for-all with weird racist policies) is named Don Draper.

That customer who sued the New York Hustler club over his $28,000 bill was found responsible for his tab and ordered to pay up.

On XOJane‘s It Happened to Me is What It’s Really Like: I’m A Drug Addicted Stripper.

The City of Houston and Treasures have settled three lawsuits, with Treasures agreeing to pay $100,000 to the Nuisance Abatement Fund to fight human trafficking.

It turns out bad sex can be a good read.

A stripper in Cleveland suffered major head trauma after falling from a 15 foot balcony during a lapdance. weighs in: “Safety straps and fall netting should have been an absolute minimum protection.”

Red Umbrella Fund to announce who will receive its first grants.

Nerds and geeks who love whores and whores who love them back.

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