Stripping ‘no career’
YOUNG BARBADIAN WOMEN are being advised to steer clear of strip clubs as a career choice.
It is coming from a former strip club deejay who is saying that girls who engage in such practices might have been victims of psychological abuse at the hands of a family member.
Teddy Joseph said the strip club was not the answer for young women and he advised them to go into “modelling or some other form of income [generating activity] because you are using your body where numerous men are going to come and they are going to degrade you . . . .
“You are being given the amount that you ask for but that is not the amount you are valued at. You have put a price tag on your person. You can develop an idea to generate income at home. Young women can get into the nails and face massages instead of going to the line of prostitution or that line,” he told the DAILY NATION in an interview yesterday.
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