When it comes to being a group of sniveling lefties, having power in numbers doesn’t seem to matter. The media will always show up, even if your supporters don’t. Take this motley crew who squealed outside a Charlotte strip club. They couldn’t even get a dozen people to show up yet they still manage news coverage. You can have an anti-abortion rally with 100,000 people in Washington and it doesn’t get noticed. Funny how that works.
Nearly a dozen sopping-wet women’s rights advocates protested the adult entertainment industry in the rain Saturday night outside Uptown Cabaret, the strip club at the corner of Morehead and South Tryon streets that bills itself as “official party headquarters.”
The national group – “End Pornography and Patriarchy: the Enslavement and Degradation of Women,” is dedicated to fighting laws and practices that members believe objectify women and stigmatize abortion.
Demonstrator Jenny Stevens, 34, said she spent more than two years as a cocktail waitress at a strip club. Most of the strippers, she said, were single parents with families and no education, who saw stripping as a necessary evil to make a living, Stevens said. A cocktail waitress would make $400 to $800 a night, she said, and strippers would make $700 to $3,000.