Saskatoon Strippers Protest Law With Charity Car Wash
Strippers who are peeved about Saskatoon’s recent law banning peeling in bars held a charity car wash Aug. 16 to benefit breast cancer — and protest the new law — CTV is reporting.
Dancers from the Pink Champagne Girls company say a court reversal of a law that allowed them to strip down to their underwear in March is hurting their business. The company said it raised $600 for charity from the car wash.
“It’s kind of a boobs-for-boobs thing. We thought it would fit in nicely,” Emily Kempin, owner of the Pink Champagne Girls, told CBC.
Bad weather pushed the car wash from Aug. 15 to Aug. 16.
“Do your share, Save a pair! We are doing this as a protest! We should be able to work in a safe environment!” the group wrote on its Facebook page.
Strippers are allowed to work private parties in Saskatoon, according to reports, but not in public places such as bars.