A Philadelphia community is upset after a group of strippers held a demonstration in an open park.
The dancers called the demonstration a “stripper strike,” aimed at improving working conditions in gentleman’s clubs.
The chicks had a portable pole and were dancing on it… with clothes on. The pole was on the opposite end of the park, away from the playground.
A few days later, the dancers met with the community in the same park where a conversation got heated.
One of the strippers said they are raising funds for dancers who are not working during COVID.
Residents just felt like the demonstration should have happened somewhere else.
“Mom, PLEASE, PLEASE can us boys go back to the park to play??”
Stilettos Inc says they held a “stripper strike” at Malcolm X Park on Saturday to raise awareness for better working conditions in gentlemen’s clubs, while fundraise for out of work dancers due to COVID. Residents say the park is NOT the place for the controversial event @6abc pic.twitter.com/E0ZQiGjx3a
— Christie Ileto (@Christie_Ileto) July 29, 2020