Two Brazilian pole dance champs held an “impromptu dance-battle” at a Rio de Janeiro dance studio.
Sino Weibo, the Chinese version of Alexa DiCarlo, was outed as a 31-year old married man living in Hangzou. He was fined 500 renminbi (about $79) for “cheating the public with fabricated facts” and “disrupting social order.”
Pervs from around the country convened last weekend at the Folsom Street Fair, San Francisco’s annual BDSM and fetish festival.
Sonny’s BYOB Strip Club in Waco, Texas, had their business license revoked after two fire marshals walked in on an extra-naughty champagne room dance during an inspection.
The second season of Hung was released on DVD this week, but reviewers at PopMatters aren’t feeling it.
Nearly 70 years after her death, the descendants of Cora Brooks, a convicted madam, are seeking to have her pardoned. In 1911, Brooks saved most of the residents of her Pennsylvania town from a deadly flood by warning them when a nearby dam broke.
A UK woman—who’s not a sex worker—is suing an American adult advertising website for using photos of her without her permission. The woman claims that her ex submitted to photos to the site maliciously.
Two Southern California porn execs plead guilty to falsifying tax returns, and could face up to three years in a federal prison. (Pay your taxes!)
Former stripper and Playboy bunny Kendra Wilkinson confesses to having sex in her trailer before shooting each episode ofDancing With the Stars: “Whenever you saw me smiling on camera on Tuesdays, it’s because I just had sex.”
Ne-Yo, Trey Songz and T-Pain shot scenes for a new music video this week at Atlanta strip club Diamonds.
Jenna Jameson’s legal woes continue.
A male stripper from Toronto was exonerated of sexual assault charges.
A porn star who was convicted of animal abuse and sentenced to house arrest will be allowed to work from home.
Anti-prostitution crusaders Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are rumored to be splitting up.
A South Carolina woman was arrested for hitting her boyfriend with a high heel during a domestic dispute over a stripper.
A Guardian writer reviewed Casa Diablo, Portland’s vegan strip club.
Vancouver blog TheStraight chats with feminist Joyce Arthur on the case for sex worker labor rights.
The Vancouver Sun published a surprisingly positive opinion piece on sex work’s benefits to society.
The Brazilian babe battle is indeed the hottest ever! Brilliant!
Great roundup – I wish there were more random dance battles around the world.
Just a warning that the Guardian article about Casa Diablo is written by Julie Bindel who is notoriously transphobic (http://www.bilerico.com/2008/11/julie_bindel_and_the_trans_vs_feminism_t.php) and anti-sex worker (http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2003/jul/07/tradeunions.gender) – but I’m glad Casa Diablo is getting some press.
The Atlanta strip club link is linking to the Casa Diablo story for me.