Posts Categorized: Books about Strip Clubs

9 1/2 Years Behind the Green Door (Reviewed)

I recently discovered a book about San Francisco’s notorious Mitchell Brothers and their O’Farrell Theater.  The book, 9 1/2 Years Behind the Green Door by Simone Corday, is one wild read. From 1981 through 1989, Corday was a dancer at the O’Farrell Theater in San Francisco. I wrote about this club in my article, “The Birth… Read more »

On the Ecstasy of Strip Club Dancing

One of the things I keep writing about on this website is that stripping is a terrific art form, akin to jazz, that should be appreciated by men and women alike, and that strip club dancers are artists. Here’s a quote on what it feels like to practice this art from a former dancer, Lily Burana,… Read more »

An Anthropologist/Former Stripper Studies Men Who Go to Strip Clubs

I have no idea why just posted on Facebook an article they published more than a year ago on their own site, featuring a interview published more than 11 years ago, by the author of a book published 12 years ago.  But I’m glad they did. I’d never heard of the book, titled G-Strings and… Read more »