Loli Strippers Legally Bare All


American law enforcement is befuddled by the fact that schoolgirl strippers as young as 12 can legally bare all in the strip clubs of a number of states.

A case in point is the state of Rhode Island, where police were to find that although state law bans minors from a variety of dangerous work, as long as they do not work past 11:30PM they can freely put on erotic performances for the benefit of paying patrons.

Police investigated the case of a 16-year-old runaway who had been making ends meet at a local strip club, and who told them of other young girls working at similar establishments, but could find no law forbidding the practice.

Under eighteens may not purchase pornography or be photographed in a risqué manner, but stripping is quite acceptable and the owners face no charges.

One official puts it thus: “I’ve been doing this a long time and I can’t find anything that says it’s illegal for a 16-year-old or a 17-year-old to take her top off and dance.”

State law prohibits employing any person under eighteen in prostitution “any other lewd or indecent act,” with sentences of up to 20 years possible.

However, a lawyer involved in the attempted prosecution of such an establishment explained that as “lewd or indecent” is a subjective term defined by community standards, stripping cannot be considered lewd as strip clubs are allowed (were they considered lewd they would not be allowed operate).

Police are concerned that as the age of consent in Rhode Island is 16, girls could even go further and offer intimate services, all within the law, which currently allows “indoor” prostitution. State labour law currently forbids minors from working up ladders, serving alcohol, pumping gas, but has nothing to say about sexual services.

Neighbouring Massachusetts does however prohibit minors from giving sexual performances, as do many other states, though laws are far from uniform.

An Iowa judge upheld a striptease by a 17-year-old as constitutionally protected artistic expression, whilst a 12-year-old girl found dancing nude in a Dallas strip club caused the city government to hurriedly pass laws against loli stripping.

Rhode Island police insist taking off one’s clothes is a grave matter: “It leads to a societal breakdown, these are just little girls.”

Via the Providence Journal.

Curious that something like this doesn’t attract outraged campaigners

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    Comment by Anonymous
    06:03 07/11/2011 # ! Quality (+1.0)

    I don't really care what little girls do to men.

    I mean, if they understand the consequences of what they are doing, then whatever, yo. The age of consent in Japan is 13, because by 9 little girls and boys are already masturbating.

    The reason theses high-age consent laws are in place is because of old and worn out morals from the old ages about purity and marriage.

    Children? Pure? Children are the cruelest beings on Earth, anyone who says no is either a biased parent or has never had kids.

    Humans are a sexual race, why squander that?

    These laws have the reverse effect really, by placing laws against it, more people will do it because it's taboo.

    Kind of like racism, if you stop talking about it, no one will care.

    Stop mentioning child sex, pedophilia, and legal age shit, and eventually all that will die off.

    Comment by Anonymous
    13:58 22/09/2013 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    to be blunt, what u mention is true, reverse effect, not innocents, human sexual race. since it's true, then it's more the fact that we must to set such a rules. so that it wont go way beyond the critical point the time where old centuries happened so cruelly.

    Comment by Anonymous
    23:02 29/10/2012 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    I personally agree with this guy, Children these days are not as innocent and pure as you think they are, especally if they have touched the internet, or live in a decently sized city. Hell in toronto, ontatio I seen 14 yr olds in skimpeir clothes than most adults would dare wear, no one cared really lol. Personally I blame religion, religious people get it beat into their heads the children are innocent and pure. Hell I'd bet 80% of the worlds problems is somehow caused by religious fucktards.

    Comment by Anonymous
    05:57 01/02/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Yeah, the majority of the worlds Problems is caused by humanity unability to live all on their own. Although I really hate the way you say that, it sounds hatefull and... well, stupid.

    Comment by Anonymous
    05:42 07/11/2012 # ! Neutral (0)

    by 13 i had already found eroguro, and enjoyed masterbating to it
    hell by 15 i had found my way to deepnet and was finding out that real gore is not as sexy

    Comment by Anonymous
    09:44 01/02/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    To be honest i don't care what people think its all the matter of personal opinion and self worth if a 12-17 year old wants to strip go for it as long as its in an appropriate place behind doors and they know what there getting into and what the consequences could be. if the family disagree so be it there family but others need to mind there own damn business unless there is rape involved then kill em all

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:46 30/04/2013 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    I agree, however we are unfortunately talking mostly about people who are unable to actually make decisions. People who are working in a situation that usually involves strongly dehumanizing the workers, causing emotional and mental damage.

    Were strip clubs and patrons to appreciate the strippers, and give them and their work their due respect, then I would fully agree. As that is not the case, the work is quite damaging to a developing mind.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:04 15/05/2017 # ! Neutral (0)

    blame it on the gays for enforcing fag sex make it legal to get married why underage is illegal in japan is 13 so i dont care. I personally think that america dictate on the world due to society to theze americans they think theyre right and the rest of the world is wrong ameirca is controlling this world by using the un as its enforcer.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:00 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    A step to the right direction all loli strip clubs yes please ;)

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    Comment by cancel
    07:10 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    how much for a one-way ticket to Dallas?

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    Comment by smooches
    14:58 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    The Dallas stripper was forced to stop and laws were changed immediately. It is also worth pointing out that it took place at Diamonds Cabaret, a place that is in a pretty rough part of town and the woman and girl that work there look even rougher. Just sayin you might want to go to Rhode Island and Providence Plantations before they change the laws there if that is really your thing.

    Moral to this story as follows: Texas discovers problem and fixes it. Rhode Island discovers problem and sits there a gasp wondering how this came to be AND they have a racist name.

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    Comment by xSASxZaros
    07:21 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    +1 Internetz to j00

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:10 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    From where are you asking this cancel. I'm pretty sure Grey Hound can get you there without breaking you wallet.

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    Comment by Chronomaster
    10:55 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    Well, wow.

    But, if they understand what they're getting into (they weren't coerced) I see no problem morally. The laws were initially designed to protect minors from being exploited by others, but if they come into it themselves and get a fair legal contract out of it...

    Comment by S_K
    12:42 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    You really think that could happen?

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    Comment by Chronomaster
    16:20 25/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Apparently, it did.

    Or at least under the vaguest perception, it did. Scarce details abound, but it did happen. Just a little eerie, when you think about it. You want to know more about it, but what details about the engagement could you gather?

    It's entertaining to hear. At least no one got hurt, I suppose.

    Comment by Anonymous
    17:16 21/05/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    Let 'em do as they please. They aren't hurting anyone. In fact...

    Comment by Anonymous
    02:09 05/10/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Yes yes, we must pass laws to protect children from those fiends that wish to look upon them. But is most of the case because they freely choose to do it, or because they have no choice but to do it?

    How about the government fix it so these girls don't have to resort to such tactics? Well if they still wish to do it then it's their decision so yay for them. But wait, has the government fixed anything worthwhile for that past... I don't know, 10 or 20 maybe the past 100 years? Guess that leads all the fixing to us, doesn't it?

    But what have the gov done recently? I know, the degradation of our freedom and rights, yay and cheers for those lots who sit in a nice comfy chairs making money going to parties and watching people do work.

    World has gone a bit crazy, but not like you didn't know, right?

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:27 01/06/2011 # ! Neutral (+0.4)

    Government pretty much fucks up everything it tries to fix, and we'd be better off if they kept their fingers out of a lot of stuff.

    If you want something done right, you've got to do it yourself.

    Yeah, there's exceptions to that when it comes to technical work, in which case you hire a professional. But NOBODY Half-asses like a government organization.

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    Comment by Blue Slime
    05:14 07/11/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    Why fix a problem when you can "patch" it in a way that lets the cause go unchecked to fester?

    I mean, why pass up the opportunity to look good now and then make your political opponents look bad later when they oppose the new patch?

    Comment by Anonymous
    20:40 05/10/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Scary, considering every strip club I've been to doesn't even try to deny the aspect of

    "You can fuck em if you pay enough"

    in the least. Considering it would be the small town places to hire them, not some upclass place in las vegas or new york, well, you can guess what's going on..

    Comment by Anonymous
    23:34 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Am I the only one that finds it funny that so many of these comments are saying how they want to see these loli strippers yet we defended lolicon by saying that we would never act on our pedo urges and that the people that do are sick criminals. Looks like Equality Now and Agnes aren't the only hypocrites around here.

    Comment by Anonymous
    00:14 25/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)


    They're not acting on it, they're saying they'd definitely pay to be in that club, shit, that's providing for her!

    Comment by Riiku
    00:17 25/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Just seeing them is one thing

    Doing and killing them (acting on our pero urges) is another thing

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    Comment by Narcotic-Nightmares
    16:21 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    rofl, i hope the femnazi's died a little inside >:)

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    Comment by devilmore
    06:58 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Sounds like they need avice from a certain feminist group to me...

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    Comment by Kelvin
    15:27 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Today is my birthday and my wish came true!

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:39 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    It's about America, it's embarassing so they don't talk about it. If more of these cases were brought to light more people would see that this kind of thing happens everywhere.

    Save them all or leave them all alone.

    Comment by NotAnonymous
    14:40 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    This is why the age to buy porn should change to 13-16. It's totally hypocritical that you can't buy porn at 16 but can still work at a strip club. -_-

    Comment by Schrobby
    04:39 27/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Why buy porn? Use the interwebs...

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    Comment by smooches

    I think you are right that it is ridiculous that someone could be 12-16 and work in a strip club. That is the law that should be changed, not lets let CHILDREN look at GROWN UP porno. Don't worry in a few more years you will be able to pay 8 bucks for a Playboy too.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:51 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)


    Comment by Ayu
    23:02 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Psssht, it is their own childs too. That is why they don't say a word about it so that it wouldn't become public.

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    Comment by Chrouya
    17:57 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Pics plx, I want proof before I leave off for Rhode Island ._.

    Comment by Anonymous
    17:42 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    the picture used, isnt that the Venus from DoAX?

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    Comment by ShadowKit
    16:36 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Onward, to Rhode Island!
    -> !

    Comment by numpang lewat
    16:37 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    GOOD !!! HEAR THAT AGNES CHAN ???? YOU FAIL !!!!!!!!


    Comment by Anonymous
    12:43 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)


    Comment by Hmm
    12:57 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    So it's legal to look at loli before 11:30PM?
    The girl in the middle also look like a trap.

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    Comment by Ifr22k
    03:38 19/10/2015 # ! Neutral (0)

    16 and 17 year old girls aren't little girls, they're young adults who are physically developed. Man it boggles my mind how crazy America is with sexuality, yet it's so okay with extreme levels of violence.

    What happened to make love, not war, or the idea that teenagers have sexual feelings and are physically developed enough to be attractive, and often indistinguishable from 18+ year olds?

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    Comment by Icy-nee-san
    13:15 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Now we know why they say "God bless America" :P

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    Comment by black87
    13:40 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I'm 12 years old and where can I put my clothes?

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:14 11/09/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    At first I was like... meh japan...
    Then I actually read the article and was like... O_o WTF!?
    Well, you GO USA!!! I guess..


    Comment by Kyo
    13:28 24/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    One instance where America is superior to Japan....not even the Partyvan and Chris Hansen can deny it because it's legal.

    Comment by KamiOkurimono
    17:30 26/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Is that a pokebear that I am seeing?

    Comment by lolipedofin
    21:02 26/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Gimme the address... I'm going to Amerikka tomorrow!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Manji88
    05:34 27/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    This can't be true. If you have a photograph of a partially nude minor you can be arrested for KP and chucked into jail. But if they're live on stage in front of you, no problem? WTF? So what if I was watching and took a cell phone shot? Now it's KP and I'm off to the Big House?
    Utter madness.

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:18 29/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Madder still--- if the girl videos her performance, and then emails it to her friends, she's guilty of not only having KP, but of producing it--- even though it is of herself, and distributing it, as well as corrupting other minors. Nasty stuff.

    But it is legal for her to strip for money. If she were in San Fransico, it would be legal for her to fuck another 12 year old on stage--- and get tipped for it (Live sex performances are legal there as entertainment (under nude performance art)). But no one better take a picture! And she BETTTER not do the same thing in a motel room for a private batchelor party--- as that would be prostitution. (Delicious Cake, for the party goers. Remember, never get caught with delicious cake, as those on a diet will be very jealous and punish you for it.)

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    Comment by Blue Slime
    05:19 07/11/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    You're also technically guilty when you visit an image board after someone spams the CP. I'm not in favor of this type of possession law. It seems too easily abuseable to get someone else in trouble.

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