The licensing of lap dancing
and similar Sexual Entertainment aVenues is being questioned at the seat of Glasgow's political apower.
The powers allow it to prevent lap dancing
clubs opening in sensitive locations, such as close to churches, official or historic buildings, schools or areas where children play.
Owner Cas Carrington said she was keen to attract more women to the new venue with the trend moving away from traditional lap dancing
IN the feature about the proposed lap dancing
club in the centre of Middlesbrough, in the reactions from the people of Middlesbrough to the proposed lap dancing
club there seemed to be little concern for people's freedom of choice.
PROPOSALS for a fourth lap dancing
club on Birmingham's Golden Mile have been hit by objections.
She added: "Giving a few quid to charity may salve men's consciences in the short term, but if they feel guilty about visiting lap dancing
clubs, they should probably examine the choices they make."
Local residents can object to lap dancing
venues if they feel they are in an inappropriate area, such as near a school, the paper says.
THE manager of a controversial lap dancing
club is poised for another clash with police over plans to serve drinks until 6am.
THE number of lap dancing
clubs in Coventry could be limited as part of plans to change the way thes y are regulated.
The council has already agreed to adopt new legislation that reclassifies lap dancing
clubs as sexual entertainment venues and gives the public more say on the number, location and operation of lap dancing
clubs in their local area.
Association, which represents around a third of the UK's 300 lap-dance establishments, insists it is unfair to put lap-dancers in same category as sex workers.
Worldwide lap dancing
clubs are promoted as places of almost innocent entertainment, somewhere men and women can go and have a bit of laugh, where chaps get boozed up on their stag nights and spend serious money comparing and contrasting various Brazilian wax jobs.