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Yes, a Stripper Podcast

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A pastor turned sex worker, Nikole Mitchell shares her incredible journey of leaving her church behind with her children in tow, to become a sex worker, and soon after, a viral sensation.  Nikole's energy is electric and she seems to magically
In today's episode, our host, Daisy Ducati sits down with Reagan, one of the dancers involved in organizing the strike at Star Garden in North Hollywood, CA. Reagan tells us all about the serious security issues and disputes with management tha
Tune in as I speak with my good friend Saskia Klunder. We catch up and along the way we touch base on topics like Body image, Gender Bias, and all the things in between that make Saskia the amazing sworker that she is today! @saskiaklunder
Mone't is a burlesque dancer, a hair stylist and an activist.  She uses her voice to take a stand against fatphobia, cultural appropriation and anti-blackness, all issues that are prevelent in the pole dance community.  Mone't misses lockdown a
While putting on make up, Bella Sin, tells their story of family, burlesque history, costumer, and being a voice for the Latinx community near and far. Clevland's Burlesque Queen, Bella Sin.
In today's episode we'll catch up with a long time friend of Daisy's form her days dancing in San Francisco, Cat. We'll hear a funny story about how these two met as well as some really fun locker room stories. Cat has since retired from dancin
From the Atlantic to the pacific and Back. @jessicagiannavx3 is one of my most interesting people I have ever met. She was the first person to ever take ME under her wings and show me how it’s done! I was honoured.. Class, Sass, and lots of Cas
Seidr is a comedian and former s3x w0rker, in the game from an early age.  Her career is steeped in fond memories of bad ass babes saying "fuck you" in a feminine way.  She now does comedy about SW and has a mixture of feedback, some hecklers a
Paige started her company Pypr, after being hit on by a "professional" financial consultant in his office behind closed doors.  At Pypr, the professionals know all about SW's and how we operate a little differently.  Paige has some incredible s
A force to be reckoned with on and off stage, Jeez Loueez is no stranger to speaking the truth. Internationally known, she create a safe space for Black burlesque performers at Jeezy's Juke Joint that is a one of a kind experiance. With determi
Carmen is an aerialist stripper/burlesque performer, pro traveller, and squirrel mom.. She has been there done that and then some. In this episode we chat about clubs all over Canada, the different ways of discrimination in each province, and h
Becka is a stripper from Florida who rubs shoulders with undocumented workers from Cuba. Our undocumented workers are extremely vulnerable in the SW and Strip Club industry.  AMD and Becka discuss what this looks like for them and brainstorm ab
New York Native and around the way girl discusses growing up in Queens, performing burlesque to the music of her childhood, Black 90's pinup, and flexing in her complexing. From Hollis to Hottiewood, Rain Supreme
Cupcake Sinclair is a pro submissive, adult content creator and erotic kinky sideshow performer with a taste for the extreme. In this episode we will explore the connections between body modification, kink and horror as well as who gets to deci
This was a long episode folks. If we could have, we probably would have talked for hours! Nicky Ninedoors is a long tome friend of mine and this episode was felt like us catching up over the many years. Burlesque performer, Stripper, Producer,
Charm is a stripper in Hollywood, accustomed to performing for celebrities quite often, and therefore brushing shoulders with them.  Or rather, getting dollars stuffed into her thong by some of your favorite characters from movies and TV.  It m
1/3 of Bawdy Suit, Faggedy Randy discusses being a male dancer, pink hair and his multiple awards including #26 on the Burlesque Top 50 list of 2021
Our host, Daisy Ducati sits down with reality star, feature performer, club host and wife of rapper Coolio, Mimi Ivey, about her 20+ years in adult entertainment and what it's like to dance around the world.
Definitely one of my favourite episodes I’ve done so far… in this interview we talked about everything burlesque and if you’re a baby burlesquer like myself than this episode was curated just for you! Listen as Shimmy and I sit down to talk abo
AMD sits down with three women who participated with S-Factor and Sheila Kelley in more than one way.  Whether it was teaching at the studio, as a student or as a participant in the recent "Strip Down, Rise Up" movie release on Netflix.  The pr
Trixie Thee Pixie is an around the way girl who is an educator, stripper and, philanthropist. From the heart of the nations capital, Trixie gives you Spark Notes, her take on Black Strippers and stripping during the pandemic.
In today’s episode, Daisy Ducati talks with her good friend and mentor, Pandora Noir, about the legacy of the Lusty Lady and what went wrong at the world’s first unionized, co-operatively owned peep show. Pandora worked at the Lusty from the ea
Burlesque performer, Stripper, Video Vixen, and Founder of the Amplify BIPOC Burlesque Fund. In this episode Onyx interviews Enshantay, a fellow Canadian Sister on what it’s like to love the skin that you’re in, how IG and TikTok target mostly
NatsHoney is sharing with us her vision of Artists Plex, the first co-owned, co-work space for creative producers.  The best part is, it's for strip artists and sex workers.  This is a space that we will be able to create art, have meetings, do
Lottie Ellington is one of your favorite Auntease. Filled with wise advice that she obtained from owning a burlesque studio, taking care of a ecdysists legend, and Black Lives Matter & Burlesque.
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