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The strip club as an outlet for salacious entertainment is a recurrent theme in popular culture. Clubs themselves and various aspects of the business are highlighted in these references.
Popular Internet sites for strip club enthusiasts also have lists calculated from the inputs of site visitors. The legal status of strip clubs has evolved over the course of time, with national and local laws becoming progressively more liberal on the issue around the world, although some countries such as Iceland have implemented strict limits and bans.
Some clubs have been linked to organized crime. The term "striptease" was first recorded in , though "stripping", in the sense of women removing clothing to sexually excite men, seems to go back at least years.
The third day, dedicated to ball and dance, was used for the finest entertainment to divert the men; their eyes were given the opportunity to see all the pleasures nature could offer; and if the pleasant aspects of a well shaped young lady are able to arouse the mind, one can say that our princes enjoyed all the delicacies of love.
Other possible influences on modern stripping were the dances of the Ghawazee "discovered" and seized upon by French colonists in 19th century North Africa and Egypt.
The erotic dance of the bee , performed by a woman known as Kuchuk Hanem , was witnessed and described by the French novelist Gustave Flaubert.
In this dance the performer disrobes as she searches for an imaginary bee trapped within her garments. It is likely that the women performing these dances did not do so in an indigenous context, but rather, responded to the commercial climate for this type of entertainment.
Middle Eastern belly dance , also known as oriental dancing, was popularized in the United States after its introduction on the Midway at the World's Fair in Chicago by a dancer known as Little Egypt.
By the s "fully nude" shows were provided at such places as Le Crazy Horse Saloon. At that time, British law prohibited naked girls from moving.
To avoid the prohibition, the models appeared in stationary tableaux vivants. Paul Raymond started his touring shows in and later leased the Doric Ballroom in Soho; opening his private members club, the Raymond Revuebar in This was the first of the private striptease members' clubs in Britain.
Changes in the law in the s, brought about a boom of strip clubs in Soho with 'fully nude' dancing and audience participation.
This pub striptease seems mainly to have evolved from topless go-go dancing. An interesting custom in these pubs is that the strippers walk 'round and collect money from customers in a beer jug before each individual performance.
This custom appears to have originated in the late s when topless go-go dancers first started collecting money from the audience as the fee for going "fully nude".
In America, striptease started in traveling carnivals and burlesque theatres, and featured famous strippers such as Gypsy Rose Lee and Sally Rand.
The vaudeville trapeze artist Charmion performed a "disrobing" act onstage as early as , which was captured in the Edison film, Trapeze Disrobing Act.
Another milestone for modern American striptease was the possibly legendary show at Minsky's Burlesque in April The Night They Raided Minsky's.
The Minsky brothers brought burlesque to New York's 42nd Street. However, the burlesque theatres there were prohibited from having striptease performances in a legal ruling of , leading to the later decline of these " grindhouses " named after the bump 'n grind entertainment on offer into venues for exploitation cinema.
Widespread bans on striptease had a direct influence on the creation of the strip clip joint and the exotic dancer as known today.
American-style striptease began to appear outside North America in the post-World War II era and is now practiced widely around the world.
The s saw a revival of striptease in the form of topless go-go dancing. Topless dancing was banned in certain parts of the country, similar to the bans on striptease, but it eventually merged with the older tradition of burlesque dancing.
The club went "bottomless" on September 3, ; launching the trend of explicit " full nudity " in American striptease dancing. Originally an X-rated movie theater, this striptease club pioneered lap dancing in , and was a major force in popularizing it in strip clubs on a nationwide and eventually worldwide basis.
American-style striptease became popular in Japan during the U. Some girls chose to strip in theaters as an alternative to prostitution.
Teitoza was the first club to open in Shinjuku, on 15 January The first act was titled "The Birth of Venus". The woman on stage stood in a stationary pose, similar to shows in Britain.
The show ran until August Theaters in Asakusa had fully nude displays,  also featuring no motion or stripping. As this style of theater spread,  the removal of clothing on stage was integrated into the process.
Over time, as regulations were relaxed, a variety of acts developed with shows presenting a variety of movements such as taking a bath in an outdoor washtub.
One of the most famous variants had audience members given magnifying glasses for close up views. During the s, Japanese "strip shows" became more sexually explicit and less dance-oriented, until they were eventually simply live sex shows.
Peeping clubs, which feature peeping rooms nozokibeya , are businesses where a customer views a girl through a hole from his own private cubicle.
The customer then pays to watch a girl strip, pose, and masturbate. American-style strip clubs are often structured as nightclubs or bars.
High-end establishments are commonly referred to as "gentlemen's clubs",  complete with luxury features and services.
More down-market competitors can be known by various names, such as titty bars, rippers, peelers, skin bars, girly bars, nudie bars, bikini bars or go-go bars.
Regardless of size, name, or location in the world, strip clubs can be full nude, topless or bikini. For any of the three types of clubs there are exceptions based on the individual dancer and management.
The use of pasties can alter the legal interpretation as to whether a performance is topless or not and whether a business is sexually oriented.
A club might also hire or broadcast forms of entertainment other than striptease such as pay-per-view events , for which it earns revenue via premium fees.
Some clubs have also moved into providing chat and broadcast services via the internet, including live video feeds. This fee will typically include a set fee for the room, for a fixed amount of time.
During a lap dance, the dancer rubs against the customer's crotch while he or she remains clothed, in an attempt to arouse or bring the recipient to climax.
A striptease is an erotic or exotic dance in which the performer gradually undresses, either partly or completely, in a seductive and sexually suggestive manner.
Most strippers are female, with less than a third of strippers being male strippers. Restrictions on venues may be through venue licensing requirements and constraints and a wide variety of national and local laws.
These laws vary considerably around the world, and even between different parts of the same country.
Striptease involves a slow, sensuous undressing. The stripper may prolong the undressing with delaying tactics such as the wearing of additional clothes or putting clothes or hands in front of just undressed body parts such as the breasts or genitalia.
The emphasis is on the act of undressing along with sexually suggestive movement, rather than the state of being undressed. In the past, the performance often finished as soon as the undressing was finished, though today's strippers usually continue dancing in the nude.
In some cases, audience interaction can form part of the act, with audience urging the stripper to remove more clothing, or the stripper approaching the audience to interact with them.
Unlike in burlesque theater, the modern popular form of strip theater can minimize the interaction of customer and dancer, reducing the importance of tease in the performance in favor of speed to undress.
In peep shows , done with a customer seated in a private booth separated from a dancer by glass or plastic,  there may be no music playing during a performance, in which the woman removes her clothes and displays her body to the customer.
In clubs which offer lingerie modeling shows, which are peep shows where a dancer privately dances and strips for a customer, typically without a barrier, performances can also be done with or without a formal stage or music.
Private dances in the main club zones most often take the form of table dances , lap and couch dances , and bed dances among others.
An air dance is a particular form of private dance where little-to-no contact between the dancer and customer occurs. This class of dance spans the different categories above and some dancers may perform air dances when more contact-heavy forms of dance were expected and paid for.
Club management may set standard prices for the various dance services, but individual strippers, where permitted, will negotiate their own prices, which may be higher or lower than the advertised rate.
Table dances should not be confused with table stages, where the stripper is at or above eye level on a platform surrounded by chairs and usually enough table surface for customers to place drinks and tip money.
Where offered, lap dances are performed in all manner of locations and seating,   ranging from plain stools and kitchen-grade chairs to plush leather armchairs.
They can also be performed with the customer standing in these designated areas. A service provided by many clubs is for a customer to be placed on stage with one or more dancers for a public lap dance.
Occasions for this type of performance are bachelor parties and birthdays, among others. Bed dances are the least common of the three, and in many clubs are a more expensive option than a lap dance because of the novelty and increased level of contact between customer and service provider.
Strip clubs are profit-oriented businesses like restaurants and other retail establishments. Performers and staff are the primary customer service representatives in the club environment.
Dancers are their primary vehicle to entice customers to spend time and money in the establishment. Dancers continually interact with the customers in the club.
They walk around and solicit drinks and lap dances, usually scanning the club floor to find the most lucrative customer to greet. The dancer qualifies a customer by sizing up their appearance and personal characteristics.
Once the dancer identifies a suitable customer, she approaches, and attempts to establish a social relationship. Interaction can also be initiated by customers.
Dancers make most of their income from giving lap dances or VIP dances, where regulations allow. Otherwise, customer tips, at the stage, are a dancer's primary form of income.
They sell the fantasy of sex, but do not typically follow through with the act. Interviews with strippers have revealed that the customers are generally viewed as " suckers " for giving the dancers money just for their physical attraction.
They portray feelings of intimacy and emotional connectedness for their customers and most of the time these portrayals are overstated or false.
Customers rarely, if ever, see the preparation of these props, since they are denied access to the backstage of a dancer's performance space by the layout of the club.
In reality, it is often just part of the act with little to no emotional attachment for the dancer. Rules governing strip clubs and the overall adult entertainment industry vary around the world and formats sometimes are combined under a single roof or complex.
In Bangkok , Thailand, the Nana Entertainment Plaza in downtown Bangkok is a large, four-floor compound with over 40 bars.
Most of the bars are go-go bars with dancers in various stages of nudity. They are not formal brothels, since customers must negotiate without an intermediary, directly with the dancers, for services up to and including sex.
Differing from Zurich brothels, sex services via the strip clubs are typically performed off site.
These included strip theaters, peep shows, "soaplands", "lover's banks", porno shops, telephone clubs , karaoke bars , clubs and more all offering adult entertainment services.
Dancers may tie their state of undress to the number of songs played. In a fully nude club, the sequence could be topless-to-nude over two songs, or any one of a number of other variations.
In the United States, clubs are classified based on typical performances, zoning regulations, and advertised services. These are known as "secondary effects".
Most strip clubs are located in buildings that are converted bars, restaurants , or warehouses, or had industrial uses. The original layout of the building will affect the physical layout of a club.
The more money that has been invested in a facility, the more it resembles a dedicated club. Higher-end gentlemen's clubs have features that cost millions of dollars to install and maintain.
The floor area is open for general admission. A customer is free to wander around the club, except for employee areas and premium lounges.
In some cases, the employee and premium lounges are dual use. For example, a manager's office might also double as the VIP room. All clubs are configured differently.
A small club can have a single room, with an improvised stage for the striptease show. Many clubs have more than the basic amenities.
Larger clubs have clearer designations of areas. The different areas within a club could be separated by a physical step, built-in railing, platforms and levels, doorways, distinct rooms, and entirely separate floors, and they can also be formed by different carpeting, placement of seating, or physical implements such as a rope or other physical marker.
Most entertainment takes place in the main floor area, and this is where performers and staff can interact with patrons.
Customers get comfortable in this area and from their observations, they decide which club services they will use. The main stage is visible from the main floor, and the main bar is accessible, if one is present.
Patrons can usually select from open seating and some clubs will have staff to assist with seating.
If premium seating is provided, club staff will usually manage access to those areas. Larger clubs will rope off or otherwise close sections of the club to customers unless the size of the crowd warrants use of the space.
Larger clubs could have multiple floor, bar, seating, and staging areas which are managed in a similar manner.
A main stage is where a featured performer will dance as part of a rotation. Theatre in the round is also a popular form of strip club staging for the main stage.
During each set of one or more songs, the current performer will dance on stage. A dancer collects tips from customers either while on stage or while mingling with the audience after her performance.
A customary tip where customers can do so at the stage is a dollar bill folded lengthwise and placed in the dancer's garter from the tip rail.
It is referred to in slang as "ringside", "gynecology row", "pervert row", and other names. Many stages have actual railing built on or around the stage to function as the tip railing, in addition to indicating where customers should position themselves relative to the performance zone.
Customers take turns tipping the dancer. If physical railing is not present, the tip rail is the edge of stage or defined performance area. Other common tip methods are to insert the dollar into the stripper's cleavage from the hand or mouth, to simply place it or toss it on stage, or to crumple bills into a ball shape and throw them in the entertainer's direction.
Some clubs have multiple stages on the premises. Tipping etiquette varies between countries and cultures. Satellite staging includes one or more areas where a stripper can perform other than a main stage and private dances.
Some strip clubs consider ad-hoc performances on satellite stages, paid for by a customer on a per song basis, a form of private dance. Rules at the satellite stages on the main floor tend to be the same as the main stage.
In some cases, the layout is significantly different allowing more or less access to the customer. If a satellite stage is located in a premium access zone , access to the dancer could be considerably greater since the higher level of service can include a less restrictive policy than enforced on the main floor.
Lap dance , peep show , and lingerie modeling clubs might only have satellite stages with pay to play entertainment options on their premises.
Novelty acts such as shower shows, fire shows , and oil wrestling can be presented on dedicated stages, temporary staging on the floor, or on the main stage itself depending on the club.
Shower shows require special equipment, so they are more likely to have a dedicated stage in the club with house dancers performing in the show.
Optional staging can be present on the main floor or in dedicated rooms throughout larger clubs. A full bar is the primary service mechanism for clubs that offer alcoholic beverages.
In many clubs the main bar is the second most dominant element on the floor after the main stage,  and in some cases the main or satellite stage is built into the bar.
Clubs can derive large percentages of their income from drink purchases. The amounts are closer when food and merchandise sales are considered, with RICK reporting a smaller gap between the two revenue sources relative to VCGH.
Otherwise, food orders might be taken at the main bar or by waitstaff. Consumption of alcohol is often facilitated via direct sales in strip clubs where such sales are legal, appropriately zoned , and licensed.
Juice bars have the appointments of full bars but only serve non-alcoholic beverages such as water, fruit juice , and flavored carbonated beverages.
Such a bar could double as a service counter for the storage of BYOB material and offer ice and mixing services to create mixed drinks using the customer-purchased ingredients.
Where waitstaff are present, they may serve as an extension of the bar service; providing and refreshing drinks while maintaining the cleanliness of the seating areas.
Many clubs have a lobby area where the cover charge, if any, is collected by a doorman or doorwoman and security personnel can do a quick check of prospective customers as they enter the facility.
Arcade and gambling machines are popular features, as are pool tables. Some clubs also have dedicated areas of the main floor dedicated to performing private dance services.
Access to certain parts of a strip club can require payment of an additional fee,  or can be by invitation.
These areas offer features that are not present in the general admission areas. This approach might allow a club to offer different types and standards of services in the various areas, or to comply with local laws.
In this setting, VIPs such as high rollers or persons of a wider popular celebrity, may receive complimentary services according to their reputation with the club personnel.
VIP seating adjacent to the main floor is often more comfortable. For example, arm chairs or couches may be provided, and may include booths with service tables.
The area typically has a clear line of sight to the main stage. Reserve seating gives a customer a sense of importance and demonstrates prestige.
VIP seating can also act as lap dance booths, where a higher lap dance price would apply than in the general area. VIP rooms are partitioned areas in a club that are typically enclosed by fixed walls and can have doors that close completely.
For such rooms that do not offer solid doors, there is usually some type of blind system with stringed beads , curtains , or other screening implements.
Couch rooms, private dance rooms,  and lounges are also forms of VIP zones. Often, purchase of access to the room includes customer time with the dancer s of their choice.
Some rooms are outfitted with props and appliances, such as showers, hot tubs, and various types of bedding. A champagne room also called a champagne lounge , or champagne court is a specialized VIP Room service offered by gentlemen's clubs where a customer can purchase time usually in half-hour increments with an exotic dancer in a private room on the premises.
Depending on the quality of the club, these rooms, which are typically away from the hustle and bustle of the main club, are generally well decorated and usually appointed with a private bar.
Clubs sell champagne by the glass or by the bottle for both the dancer and the customer. News media outlets have reported incidents of champagne room charges into the tens and hundreds of thousands of U.
Portions of the club used only for the operation and maintenance typically have access restricted to staff and performers. This business practice does not differ significantly from what is seen in other customer service businesses such as retail stores and restaurants.
More frequently seen are entry booths, where security staff monitor customers entering and leaving the club and collect the cover charge , and the DJ booth, where the DJ operates.
Dancers use dressing rooms to prepare for performances, rest between performances, and stow any of their belongings not secured by other means.
Dressing rooms are commonly used for performer-only mediation, though this could shift into other areas of discussion if management is involved.
Clubs are experimenting with granting greater access to restricted areas via technology. Security of club assets and personnel are a primary driver for limiting access to these zones.
Performers are called strippers , exotic dancers , just dancers , or entertainers. Strippers are the primary draw for any club.
Dancers effectively entertaining customers are the key to generating revenue by keeping customers on site and enticing them to be repeat visitors.
House dancers work for a particular club or franchise. In some localities strippers are required to obtain permits to work in adult entertainment.
Go-go dancers will retain their tops and bottoms for the duration of their performance. A female stripper whose upper body is exposed, but whose genital areas remain obscured during a performance, is said to be topless.
Strippers who uncover the genital areas along with other clothing during a performance are said to be dancing fully nude.
The fully nude practice is banned in many jurisdictions,  but many dancers work around these constraints by selective uncovering of the vulva , anus , or both, for short periods of time, followed by immediate replacement of the clothing.
Strippers can sometimes be contracted for performances outside the strip club environment. This can include erotic and nude modeling , pornography , escorting , and in some cases prostitution.
Research suggests that exotic dancing can pay well, but often at significant cost to the stripper. Not all dancers are affected equally.
Some dancers manage this stigma by dividing "the social world" and only revealing part of their identity. Research indicates that at some point every dancer has felt exploited by customers, management, or other dancers.
The most common complaint from dancers is being portrayed as an object or instrument, rather than as a person. Additional club staff almost always includes a club manager, as dancer-run clubs are rare.
One or more managers are responsible for day-to-day operations on behalf of the club owner. The manager role can be split between a general manager and one or more floor managers.
A house mom can be particularly beneficial where staff is otherwise male, given her potential to relate to female dancers in a way that male members of staff may not be able to.
Bouncers are security personnel. They are typically relatively large and physically strong males, who enforce club policy and maintain order in and around the premises.
Strip clubs have a variety of configurations and staffing needs. Some clubs employ a host to emcee the show, in addition to a DJ.
Hosts are more common in busier clubs or shifts, and during special, such as amateur night and featured acts. If the club charges a fee for entry, specialized personnel may work the door to collect the cover.
A common practice is to employ young women, which are known in the industry as door girls, for this function. Waitstaff are also employed to assist with providing drinks, and in some cases meals, to customers on the main floor and others areas of the club.
Dancers may also be required to generate a certain number of drink purchases per shift and as part of their rounds, the waitstaff may ask customers if they would like to buy a drink for the dancer seated with them.
Parking lot attendants can include people who simply coordinate where to park and how much to pay or they may also include formal valets , who will park a vehicle and keep track of the driver's keys while he or she is in the club.
Bathroom attendants monitor the restrooms on behalf of management; primarily watching for policy violations and potential liability concerns. The attendant will also attempt to keep the restroom area clean, assist with the washing of hands, and if available, provide by request an assortment of cologne, mints, and other disposable items.
As a global industry, strip clubs are booming. In , the size of the U. Since then, the number of clubs in the U. In Britain the number of strip clubs rose over 1, percent between and In alone, a strip club opened there almost every week.
American-style striptease, closely associated with contemporary clubs around the world, began to appear outside North America in the post-World War II era, emerging in Asian performances during the late s and in European theaters by Two strip club companies are publicly traded in U.
SCRH , licenses its brand to strip club operators but does not own or operate any club properties itself. The rapid expansion of the strip club industry observed in the s occurred primarily in the Western world.
Strip clubs which practice Generally Accepted Accounting Principles GAAP typically report negative working capital , where current liabilities exceed current assets.
Clubs receive immediate cash payment for sales , while inventories , accrued expenses , and other current liabilities normally carry longer payment terms.
The practice is believed to increase net cash provided by operating activities. Strip clubs can operate at all hours, depending on regulations and revenue.
It is a common business practice to have a reduced door charge or no entry fee at all during daytime. Clubs that are open for more than just the nighttime hours may incorporate a staggered or shift work schedule for their entertainers and staff.
External factors, such as location and public perception, have some impact on business, but the essential draw of the strip club is the live entertainment.
VCGH clubs, in order to be good corporate citizens, actively sponsor and participate in local charitable events and contribute to local charities.
Among clubs, there is a variety of different ways to deliver entertainment, and fee structures commonly differ between clubs.
A cover charge entry fee also known as a door charge is customary at many clubs,  the amount of which can vary by factors such as day of visit, time of day , gender , and other factors.
To make the charge more acceptable to customers, some clubs include bonus items in the admission price, such as drink tickets that can be redeemed once inside.
Some clubs also have drink fees tied to interaction with performers. This practice is more common in European strip clubs and African or Asian hostess clubs.
A few smaller strip clubs may pay a weekly wage but, in most cases, a dancer's income is derived entirely from tips and other fees, which they collect from customers.
In most clubs, dancers must pay a "stage fee" or "house fee" to work a given shift. Matthews, a Rotarian from South Carolina, began her term as the first female vice-president of Rotary International.
The first woman president in Ghana was Dr. Up until , there has been 46 women presidents in the 30 Rotary clubs in Ghana.
She was also Zimbabwe's Country Coordinator — The change of the second Rotarian motto in , from "He profits most who serves best" to "They profit most who serve best", 99 years after its foundation, illustrates the move to general acceptance of women members in Rotary.
In Rotary's legislative deliberations in June , it was formally determined that racial restrictions would not be permitted.
Non-racialism was included in the terms of the standard constitution in and required to be adopted by all member Clubs.
Rotary and other service clubs in the last decade of the 20th century became open to gay members. Rotary Clubs sponsor a number of affiliated clubs that promote the goals of Rotary in their community.
Inner Wheel is an international organisation founded in to unite wives and daughters of Rotarians. Inner Wheel Clubs exist in over countries.
Like Rotary, Inner Wheel is divided into local clubs and districts. Female spouses of Rotary members are traditionally called "Rotarianns".
Interact clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance, but they are self-governing and self-supporting.
Club membership varies greatly. Clubs can be single gender or mixed, large or small. They can draw from the student body of a single school or from two or more schools in the same community.
Each year, Interact clubs complete at least two community service projects, one of which furthers international understanding and goodwill.
Through these efforts, Interactors develop a network of friendships with local and overseas clubs and learn the importance of.
As one of the most significant and fastest-growing programs of Rotary service, with more than 33, clubs in more than countries and geographical areas, [ citation needed ] Interact has become a worldwide phenomenon.
Almost , young people are involved in Interact. Rotaract clubs are either community or university based, and they are sponsored by a local Rotary club.
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Rotary concentrates on six areas: RYLA, or Rotary Youth Leadership Awards , is a leadership program for young people aged 14 to 30 across the globe that aims to unite and provide resources for future leaders.
The most notable current global project, PolioPlus, is contributing to the global eradication of polio. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , Rotary is recognized by the United Nations as the key private partner in the eradication effort.
At the time of the second challenge grant, Bill Gates said:. There has been some limited criticism concerning the program for polio eradication.
There are some reservations regarding the adaptation capabilities of the virus in some of the oral vaccines, which have been reported to cause infection in populations with low vaccination coverage.
In a speech at the Rotary International Convention, held at the Bella Center in Copenhagen , Bruce Cohick stated that polio in all its known wild forms would be eliminated by late , provided efforts in Nigeria , Afghanistan , Pakistan , and India all proceed with their current momentum.
The meeting went viral via a selfie taken by Ferris with the Dalai Lama. Some of Rotary's most visible programs include Rotary Youth Exchange , a student exchange program for students in secondary education , and the Rotary Foundation's oldest program, Ambassadorial Scholarships.
Today, there are six different types of Rotary Scholarships. More than 38, men and women from nations have studied abroad under the auspices of Ambassadorial Scholarship, and today it is the world's largest privately funded international scholarships program.
Rotary Fellowships, paid by the foundation launched in honor of Paul Harris in , specialize in providing graduate fellowships around the world, usually in countries other than their own in order to provide international exposure and experience to the recipient.
Rotary is naming about 75 of these scholars each year. The applications for these scholarships are found on line but each application must be endorsed by a local Rotary Club.
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