Stars like Channing Tatum and Cardi B are known for their success in movies and music. But before breaking through Hollywood, they took jobs as strippers to earn money — and they're not the only stars who have turned to exotic dancing. There are many other celebrities who revealed that they were strippers, whether it was for a weekend, a few months, or several years. At the time, she was a single mother struggling to pay rent and support her son. Leakes took a job as a stripper under the name "Silk" and said that she felt "powerful" as a dancer. Fans of Tatum are probably aware that the actor was an exotic dancer before starring in movies like "21 Jump Street" and "Step Up.
Behind the Curtain
Around 10 most nights, Nikeisah Newton hops into her car for a minute drive into downtown Portland, Ore. Newton said. Newton, whose ex-girlfriend is a former stripper, has joined a wave of dancers and their allies across the nation who are fighting to reform labor practices; put an end to sexual harassment and discrimination in their workplaces; and stifle the stigma around what they believe is as legitimate a profession as any. Members of this movement are sharing their experiences with the public through podcasts, books and visual arts; using technology to spread information about their industry; and protesting injustices in the streets. They are also finding ways to care for each other, with meal-delivery services, yoga classes, book clubs, clothing lines with slogans of solidarity, financial planning lessons and comedy workshops. At V-Live in Los Angeles, guests are encouraged to use their phones to take videos and photos of the dancers. On a recent evening, a photographer circled the dancers, taking images that they could later buy to use on their Instagram accounts. Cardi B, a megastar, takes pride in and has spoken positively about her experiences with stripping.
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