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If you're looking for information on the best strip clubs in Las Vegas, you just hit the jackpot, Jack. You've found the ultimate Las Vegas guide to girls peeling off their underthings in public.

Las Vegas Topless Clubs, Nude Clubs and More

There are 16 topless gentlemen's clubs in Las Vegas, seven clubs where the girls are on stage fully nude, ten casino shows that feature topless showgirls, bars and nightclubs that feature erotic entertainment, peep shows, swingers' clubs, 10 adults-only topless party pools, and a dozen male revues, including one where the guys dance nude.

We've got strip clubs with such an awesome number of drop-dead gorgeous dancers that the scene rivals the harem of the Sultan of Brunei. We've got strip clubs that offer private VIP rooms where you can close the door and get creative with the dancer of your choice.

We've got high-mileage lap dances, nude bed dances, shower shows, mud and oil wrestling, bikini bull-riding, pretty beaver contests, and Monday night football titty blizzards. We’ve got strip clubs that feature stacked dancers, others that feature big booty, and still others that feature 18-year-olds who can fly around the stripper poles.

We’ve even got high-end legal brothels an hour's drive from Vegas.

As a traveling man, I've been to strip clubs in just about every state in the U.S.—including Alaska and Hawaii—and a lot of other countries as well, and I've never seen another town like this one for strip clubs. The best strip clubs in Las Vegas are some of the best strip clubs in the world.

100% Honest Vegas Strip Club Reviews

At Topless Vegas Online, I cover it all. I give it to you straight and tell you exactly what you can expect. If I like a place, I tell you why. If I don't like a place, I tell you the problem. I list the prices for everything, and whether or not I think they're worth it.

Las Vegas Strip Club Costs, Etiquette, Slang and Local Laws

I also fill you in on how to avoid getting ripped off by the tourist traps, and provide tricks the locals use to have maximum fun at minimum cost. And if you're new to the Vegas strip club scene, you'll find guides to Las Vegas strip club etiquette, tipping advice, slang, and local laws.

How to Get the Most from Topless Vegas Online

If you're not familiar with Vegas strip clubs, start with the articles under "Strip Club Survival Guide" at the left. Once you know whether you're looking for a topless or nude club, or some other adult entertainment, check out the "Best Of's" at the top left.

Once you've narrowed down the clubs or shows that you're most interested in, check out their individual reviews for detailed information, hours, prices, and location. And don't forget to check out the free round-trip limo transport offered by many of the clubs. The clubs give free admission when you arrive at their club by their limo, no strings attached. That can save you $70+ to enjoy the pleasures of the establishment.

Sabina Kelley Joins the Cast of Pin Up

SabinaKelley2International pin-up model Sabina Kelley will be replacing Claire Sinclair in Pin Up at the Stratosphere through the end of this month (one week only). At one time, Sabina was a showgirl in Jubilee at Bally’s. Now she does pinup, fetish, and lingerie modeling and acts as a judge on the TV show “Best Ink” on Oxygen. If you Google her name you’ll find tons of pics of her posted online. Here’s one from tumblr.

Pin Up shows five nights a week at 10:30 pm (dark Tue/Wed). I liked the show a lot.  Read my full review of Pin Up here.

San Diego Strippers $1.5 Million Suit (update)

It was reported by ABC News in San Diego that the 30 strippers suing the SD Police for detaining them and photographing them in their dressing room are suing for a total of $1.5 million, or $50,000 each.

The suit claims the photo session was a violation of the dancers’ Fourth Amendment protection against illegal search and seizure.

The cops’ argument is based on simple logic. Dancers must be licensed to work as strippers, and police are allowed to verify licenses. Since tattoos are common these days, police are allowed to photograph any licensed individuals to catalog their tattoos for future identification purposes.

By the same token, real estate agents are also required to be licensed in California. I think the cops have a pretty good shot at winning this case, provided they can show a few instances of detaining real estate agents in their places of business, and stripping them in order to photograph any identifying tattoos before allowing them to leave.

Club Paradise Petitions Las Vegas Court to Reopen

As reported here last month, “Club Paradise Closed by Police (and IRS),” it’s been six weeks now since Las Vegas cops raided Club Paradise, confiscating all of the club’s computers and who knows what else, essentially closing down the business. Vice cops had a warrant to find evidence that dancers in the club were drugging customers to run up charges on their credit cards.

So far, no arrests, no indictments, and no indication from the police that any evidence of wrongdoing has been found. Lawyers for Club Paradise said that no drugs were found. Today, Club Paradise asked a district court judge to order the police to return their computers and other hardware, along with $100,000 in cash that was also taken by the cops, so that the club can reopen for business.

We’ll keep on top of this story as it continues to unfold.

See prior article “Club Paradise Closed by the Police (and IRS!)” and updated articles “Club Paradise is now Club Purgatory” and “Update on Club Paradise Closing”

Most recent update (Nov 10, 2014):  Club Paradise Files Suit Against Former Managers and Dancers

San Diego Rejects Strippers’ Complaint – Lawsuit Filed

As we reported here on March 20, strippers at Cheetahs in San Diego filed a complaint with the city against the SD Police Dept. vice squad, charging the cops with violating their rights when the cops blocked the club entrances for two hours in order to check the dancers’ IDs and work permits and photograph them nearly nude in their dressing room. The cops claimed they had the right to do this as it was a “legal business inspection,” even though no crime had been committed and no irregularities were found.

Subsequently, the city rejected the dancers’ complaint.

Now, 30 dancers from Cheetahs and Club Expose (where the SD cops did a similar “raid’) have filed a lawsuit, stating that they were “detained against their will for about one hour, without a warrant, and without probable cause that any crimes had been committed. … The detentions were made with arrogant and demeaning comments and demands by the police that the nearly nude women submit to photographs, including ordering the women to pose in various positions and expose body parts so that the police could ostensibly photograph their tattoos.”

You can read the full claim against the City of San Diego here. According to Reuters, the American Civil Liberties Union has warned the City of San Diego that the police department’s “legal business inspections ended at the dressing room door and that detaining the women and photographing them violated their constitutional rights.”