But since the Great Recession, exotic dancers
have found they can ill afford not to be paid the minimum wage, overtime pay and other benefits due to them by law.
Club Orleans' owners, Milano's Inc., argued that exotic dancers
were independent contracts and were, therefore, not entitled to unemployment benefits, notes AP.
It turns out that the former exotic dancer
who sued Visions over alleged wage and hour violations never wanted the case filed.
Just behind, paying pounds 1,839.66, were exotic dancers
and TV presenters.
Seeing 8-year-old dancers in Lycra bras and panties covered with rhinestones strutting across the stage like they're well-trained exotic dancers
is offensive to me.