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The U. Exact statistics about the dancers who work in them are hard to come by, though. The interview that follows has been lightly edited for length and clarity.
Revenue in the industry is estimated to have decreased Under guidelines in San Francisco, for instance, strip clubs such as Gold Club that offer food are able to reopen, but strippers and patrons must keep their masks on.
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Performances are limited to stage dances, with no physical contact with customers. During the pandemic, strippers in states with stronger anti-coronavirus measures migrated to ones with laxer ones, such as Texas and Florida, according to dancers and club owners.
Picture taken April 21, Strippers who have stayed put cannot fully make it work yet. Brittney, who drives to San Francisco to work from her home in Sacramento, some two hours away, is not sure it even makes financial sense for her to strip in California anymore.
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She is considering occasionally traveling to Las Vegas, where she hopes she can earn more. Some strippers, including Sunnyvale, California-based April Haze, turned to online work when clubs closed.
The reopening of clubs means she can cover rent again. And returning to live stripping also allowed her to reconnect with part of herself, Rain said.
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