Stripping in the age of the Me Too movement

New book gives insight into the stripping industry in Australia

Sexy Womanh hold hands and fingers on legs in fishnet stocking posing

At a time when women’s rights are being highlighted daily in the media, Paid To Dance: Asha’s Story Part Two offers a comprehensive insight into the stripping industry, allowing readers to make up their own minds about whether it is liberating or degrading to women, and the relevance of stripping in modern-day society.

The book is a fictionalized account of one young woman’s real experiences working in gentlemen’s clubs in Brisbane and Melbourne!

The book is the third and final installment in the Paid To Dance series, which explores exotic entertainment from its origins to its modern day evolution.

Three years after daringly stepping into the world of stripping, Asha Graham has left The Runway, the club that made her an exotic dancer, to make a fresh start at rival venue Mademoiselle’s. Here she is faced with a whole new set of challenges, including an interstate adventure to Melbourne’s glamorous strip club scene. Asha’s personal and professional lives collide in unexpected ways, in the lead-up to the grand finale of her stripping adventure.

Paid To Dance: Asha’s Story Part Two is a creative nonfiction book aimed at women aged 18-35.

Signed paperback copies are also available for delivery Australia wide. You can request your copy by contacting me the CONTACT page.

You can also connect with me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Paid To Dance: Asha’s Story Part Two is published by CreateSpace

ISBN: 978-1987542233

Published: 20/07/2018


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