All Female Dancers Male Dancers. Club Hawaii Keeaumoku St.
First off, apologies if this is not the place to ask this! My Google searching hasn't proved too fruitful, so far the only ones we're looking at are ClubRock-Za and Femme Nu, though we've got no idea what any of them are actually like and if couples are welcome. Is this post a joke? You are going to be on your honeymoon and you're looking for a strip club????
Honolulu strip clubs are flourishing and experts say our tourist industry has a lot to do with it.
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News 8's Diane Ako goes behind the scenes looking for the naked truth. Add this to Hawaii's list of distinctions: We're unique in that we have full nude, full bar strip clubs.
And two it's accepted and tolerated. We have a lot of military, tourists, and a predominant Asian culture.
Sociologists say tourist towns, old port cities, and military-towns have plenty of strip clubs. General manager of Dancers, Dean Durbin, agrees. Now there's 50 and they're all slow," says Durbin. Mostly a lot of Japanese tours come in. They come in with their tour guide.
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They give them their beer and take them to the stage and explain to them, the girl will dance for you if you give her money. Yaneth became an exotic dancer two years ago to pay for college and the high cost of living in Hawaii. It's a secret she hides from her parents in Wisconsin. Otherwise, she's open about her job, and says it's even boosted her self esteem. If you tell yourself that it makes it easier. Yaneth now sees stripping as entertainment.
I would think of prostitution as the sex trade. Because we're not having sex with anybody, it's entertainment.
Former prostitute Kelly Hill says any sexual act that's paid, including stripping, is considered the sex trade. She founded Sisters Offering Support, a peer counseling group for women who want to get out of that field. And that's not a real self esteem.
Hill says that industry has a negative cumulative effect on a woman's self esteem. Hill says it's never about the money.
But Yaneth says she's different. She dances just to afford school and she's studying hard so she can pursue a different lifestyle. Earlier this year the legislature passed a sexual exploitation law which makes it a felony for clubs to hire minors.
Yaneth, a stripper at Femme Nu, also sees it first hand.