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Strippers at the Met - Heavenly Bodies

Jacq

The Happy Sluts are reunited! Valerie Stunning sauntered back to her Jersey roots and I had the privilege of looking at Catholic Guilt with her on the Upper East Side yesterday afternoon. 

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Valerie looking irreverent in the StrippersForever SLUT LOVE hat

When it's 3am and your last client wants you to dom him:

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When you're ovulating and there is literally not enough of you to go around:

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When you retired because you got married, but you really miss giving lap dances: 

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When you want to wear a leave-me-alone dress, but you're also sporting exceptionally plump period boobs:

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When you're pious, but extra:

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Someone please explain to me how Catholicism isn't gay af: 

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Behold, a regular Monday afternoon with Portland's finest and flyest strippers:

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And remember sluts: 

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Addressing Problematic Elements of The Beaver Show

Jacq

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The Beaver Show is the memoir I wrote as a baby stripper. It takes place between 2011-2012, and I self-published the title in 2015. A lot has happened since then, which includes but is not limited to my personal beliefs and what I know and understand about sex work. As I was reading it aloud for Audible, I experienced several what-the-actual-fuck moments regarding the things I had written, and, well, it's time to fess up to my ignorance. 

In this video I share how I check myself (and how others check me), while trying to shed some light on the ways I've grown since I first started flashing my gash for cash. 

Wokeness is a journey and I thank you all for your support as I learn more and more each day on how to be less of a jerk. Thanks for being patient with me!

xx Jacq