Margaritte says this past summer's heat thinned crowds to mostly regulars, though more than 25 men came through and crashed on mood-lit pillows against the wall during a recent two-hour visit by The News.
New York judges rule that strippers are employees The situation is not a windfall for the house, which invested in the 0 pole and has bought a small stockpile of sheer curtains since it began around two years ago.
One thing those invited will not find is a male manager behind the scenes, slapping dancers on the behind with cheers to earn him more money.
Pentagon did not review workers spending its money at strip clubs The proprietress, a 28-year-old stripper originally from Colorado, prides herself on creating a space that inverts the normal strip club dynamic and puts women in control of their own sexuality rather than working for men. Dancers at her dimly lit dwelling do not have to pay a fee to dance as they would at some other clubs, nor are they subject to rules against certain body types or black women wearing their natural hair.
They've got that "girl next door" look, though they try not to wake the neighbors.
They are a group of strippers who have found a place of their own to continue their work without the oversight of their bosses, transforming a woman's Brooklyn apartment into an underground club where exotic dancers are worshipped as "goddesses." The dancers also invite a select group of customers, who during two recent weekend visits by the Daily News gained entry to the two-level Bushwick home with a portable pole, bouncer, bar and canopy-covered couches for lap dances for .