Bernadette Barton takes us inside countless strip bars and clubs, from upscale to back road as well as those that specialize in lap dancing, table dancing, topless only, and peep shows, to reveal the startling lives of exotic dancers. Barton explores why women begin stripping, the initial excitement and financial rewards of the work, the dangers of the life—namely, drugs and prostitution—and, inevitably, the difficulties in staying in the business over time, especially for their relationships, sexuality and self-esteem. In Pray the Gay Away , Bernadette Barton argues that conventions of small town life, rules which govern Southern manners, and the power wielded by Christian institutions serve as a foundation for both passive and active homophobia in the Bible Belt. Journal of Homosexuality , — DOI: Hardesty, Spring , Symbolic Interaction ,
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The real reason behind the disparity between the sexual orientation of strippers and their line of work stripping for men remains an enigma. But it might have something to do with the fact that most exotic dancers are victims of past abuse at the hands of men, including being molested by male family members as children. It's common knowledge that some dancers secretly loathe their male customers. Stripper-turned-blogger, Zeralyn , is one of the few exotic dancers outside of the strip club who is willing to speak up about being bisexual. She was interviewed recently by Studology TV.