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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.

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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.

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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.

U.S. Strip Clubs Open, Close, Open, Close…

Where to Find an Open Strip Club Tonight

Little Darlings Las Vegas stripper

Serenity at Little Darlings,
a Deja Vu Club in Vegas

If you’re looking for open strip clubs in the U.S., it’s hard to find dependable information that lasts more than a few days.  I get emails daily from TVO readers all over the country in shutdown states telling me their favorite strip club has reopened with lap dances and mileage to the max.  They beg me not to post the info on TVO because publishing it might get the club shut down.

Then a few days later they write me again and say the club got shut down anyway.

I figure if you’re a regular at your local strip club, you already know whether it’s reopened and whether masks are required and lap dances are allowed.  But it’s hard to recommend you travel to go to any strip club, because by the time you get there it might be shut down again.  You need to travel by private jet to get to an open strip club these days.

I asked Ryan Carlson, General Manager of the Deja Vu strip clubs in Las Vegas, which are still closed, what was happening with the Deja Vu clubs around the country.

Carlson says Deja Vu now has 30-40 strip clubs open in states other than Nevada. (Deja Vu often owns multiple clubs in a single city.) Because of the pent-up demand, clubs in Lexington, Kentucky,  Oklahoma City and Smithville, Texas were so busy their second week that they broke their all-time records.

Unfortunately, Texas just shut down all strip clubs in the state again this morning. Carlson says some Deja Vu clubs in other states “have been very slow or tanked,” but most are somewhere in the middle or close to normal.  Deja Vu’s Florida strip clubs were doing well, but they also got shutdown again this morning, not by the governor or mayors but by Halsey Beshears, the cabinet secretary in charge of bars.  Beshears’ family business is growing weed, so I expect someone with a brain to call out the conflict of interest fast.  I do not expect this second Florida shutdown to last.

Carlson says all of the open clubs in other states require masks on staff, some require them on guests and/or dancers, but “lap dancing is happening at all clubs.” He says the best states right now for strip clubs are Arizona, Oklahoma, Alabama and Tennessee.

Carlson also says some clubs in California are “producing close to normal numbers,” though they have mandatory masks for all employees, dancers, and guests, and his lobbyist informs him that California strip clubs may be shut down again soon.

The Bat Plague Hoaxes are Getting Debunked Faster

A Sign the End of the Hoax May Be Near

The latest “reason” for reclosing strip clubs or delaying reopening is supposedly rising numbers of Bat Plague cases and hospitalizations.  However, this data, like most widely-reported Bat Plague data, is based on a scam.  The “rising numbers of Covid-19 cases” are actually rising numbers of positive test results on tests that measure for antibodies to any coronavirus.  The common cold is a coronavirus.

A new study to be published in Cell found that 50% of blood donations between 2015 and 2018 test positive for Covid-19 as well, even though Covid-19 didn’t exist at the time.

Then, when too many people got hip to the antibodies scam, the Bat Plague hoaxers took care to create “rising hospitalizations in Texas.”  The way it works is that everyone admitted to a hospital for any reason gets tested for Covid.  If you have coronavirus antibodies, you are suddenly listed as a “new case” whether you have symptoms/an active infection or not.

And at one hospital in Texas, anyone who tested positive was listed as a Covid admission to the hospital, even if they were admitted to the hospital for a facelift or lumpectomy and didn’t in fact have an active Covid infection.  That’s how the latest Bat Plague hoax was born.  Bat Plague hoaxers are tireless!

The good thing is that this particular hoax was debunked in less than 24 hours.  CEOs at other Texas hospitals were the first to call it out, and I doubt they’re going to allow their institutions to sink into bankruptcy over this hoax.  None of them are full; there is no danger of running out of hospital space.  I’m sure the Texas governor’s phone is ringing off the hook as I type this.  So I expect Texas strip clubs to reopen soon as well, after enough time for the governor to save face.

When the Bat Plague hoax first got going, it took many weeks to debunk the fake claims.

In the meantime, I’d welcome info from any TVO readers that care to share reports on open strip clubs anywhere.  You can share it either by email or in the comments. Please tell us the mask policy, whether the dancers can dance topless or nude, how the social distancing works, and whether or not lap dancing and private shows are allowed.  Info you know from your own visit to a club is more helpful than news reports, because I’ve found news reports on strip club reopenings right now are mostly wrong.

I was planning to make a trip to Tijuana to check out some of the strip clubs south of the border, but Carlson informs me that strip clubs in Tijuana are also shut down.

Right now, Palomino Club is the only open strip club in Las Vegas.  I will get into Palomino Club on Saturday night and see how they’re doing under the Nevada governor’s new masks-for-all mandate.

The Con Men of Las Vegas

Nevada Governor Sisolak:  Boiler Room Operator

Yesterday I posted that Nevada Governor Sisolak had ordered a step backward in Las Vegas’ reopening after the Bat Plague shutdown.  Specifically, I noted that Sisolak had mandated face masks in public based on a hoax.  I opined that Sisolak would use the hoax to crush Nevada’s economy for the November elections and beyond.

Then a long-time acquaintance showed up in the TVO comments section with a very interesting piece of information about the governor. The comment is quoted in full below; here is the link to the original.

Sisolak and I have a curious shared business history.

My initial entree into telemarketing boiler room sales was here in Vegas in the mid-70s, selling advertising specialties nationally. It’s where I first met Darryl Purpose.

By the mid 80s when I had long since moved on to bigger and greener pastures, Sisolak had become the biggest boiler room advertising specialties operator in the state.

I had it on good authority (and it was certainly the common practice at the time) that Sisolak’s American Distribution Co.’s sales close/inducement was based on faux instant sweepstakes.  For example, his boiler room brokers would tell a customer he’d won a “big screen TV.”  A few weeks after the sale the prize would arrive – an ingenious giant magnifying glass that would affix to the front of the TV set.  What they had actually “won” was not a big screen TV, but rather a big TV SCREEN! LOL

So what do you expect from a former boiler room operator?

In Case You Don’t Know What a Boiler Room Is

A boiler room is literally a room equipped with telephones used for making high-pressure, often fraudulent, telemarketing sales pitches.  Remember when Christopher Moltisanti was running the Webistics boiler room stock operation for Tony Soprano?  His job was to supervise brokers selling a worthless stock to seniors.  The idea was to pump up the price so Tony could dump the worthless stock at a profit.

I’ve known Zengrifter for over 30 years, since the mid to late 1980s, when he called me at my office (I was publishing a journal for professional gamblers at the time) to invite me to his house in southern California. It was back when cell phones were just beginning.  Nobody I knew had one, but Zengrifter said they would be huge, and he told me that auctions were going on where the government was bidding off cell phone territories.

Zengrifter said he wanted my advice on how to gain an advantage in the auctions.  He even paid for my airfare.  He said we might be able to make some money together.

I liked Zengrifter.  He’s friendly.  He’s smart.  When he talked about cell phone territories, he sounded like a visionary.  We talked about auction strategies, and I went home.

A few years later, in 1995, Forbes ran a story about a guy who’d been running securities telemarketing scams that bilked investors out of as much as $200 million.  The guy was famous nationwide among law enforcement authorities and fellow boiler room operators as “the grifter.”  When I saw the guy’s name, my eyes almost popped out of my head.  It was my friend, Zengrifter.

Zengrifter ended up working out a deal where he helped authorities bust 14 other boiler rooms across the country — places where con artists hawked worthless stakes in wireless cable operations and the like.  Seven other defendants eventually pleaded guilty, including a former U.S. Attorney.

The point is, when Zengrifter talks about boiler room scams, he knows what he’s talking about.

Las Vegas When Sisolak Arrived

When Sisolak arrived in Las Vegas in the mid-’70s, the city was fully controlled by the mob.  The Vegas Sun reports that “from about 1950 to the early 1980s, the mob controlled every Strip resort that was worth controlling.”

Sisolak arrived here while Tony Spilotro was still keeping an eye on Lefty Rosenthal, the legendary oddsmaker in charge of mob skimming operations at the Stardust and Fremont casinos.  Spilotro was also busy running his Hole in the Wall gang, a burglary ring whose stolen jewelry was fenced at Spilotro’s Gold Rush jewelry store.  Spilotro’s reign didn’t end until his murder in 1986, ordered by the Chicago mob.

Spilotro’s partner, Fat Herbie Blitzstein, was a loan shark in Vegas until he was murdered in 1997 by L.A. mobsters who took over his operation.

The Teamsters’ Central States Pension Fund was still controlled by the mob and being used to build Vegas.  Harry Reid was the Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board.  He was depicted in the movie Casino by Dick Smothers, the guy getting free rooms and hookers and free stacks of $500 lavender chips from casino boss Ace Rothstein (Lefty Rosenthal).

In FBI wiretaps from that time, mobster Joe Agosto was recorded making a reference to a “Mr. Clean Face” (Harry Reid) who could fix all the mob’s legal troubles.  According to Vegas reporter John L. Smith, Agosto was the guy in charge of skimming at the Tropicana for Kansas City’s Civella crime family.  Later, Agosto would turn prosecution witness against his former crime boss.

As Harry Reid’s stint on the Gaming Control Board ended, somebody tried to car bomb him.  Reid’s friend offered to murder the likely culprit.

Personal friends of mine were still dealing seconds at blackjack tables in Las Vegas and Reno casinos well into the ’80s.  Binion’s Horseshoe Casino was still beating up any hole-card players they caught, much like the famous beating scene of the players caught spooking in Casino. Blackjack player Allan Brown was hospitalized with a ruptured spleen after his Binion’s beating.  The state had to drop all charges against the Horseshoe after all records in the case mysteriously disappeared.

The population of Las Vegas when Sisolak arrived was 325,000.  Unless you were a mobster running a casino, it was a city of little opportunity and low growth.  So much money was skimmed from the casinos by the mob that even the casinos struggled to find money to improve their facilities, and the Vegas community benefited little from casino profits.

So what drew Sisolak to Vegas from Wisconsin?  The only people I know who moved to Las Vegas in the ’70s were people who wanted to become professional card counters or professional cheats, or who were already involved in illegal gambling operations in other states and were invited by the people who owned those operations to work in their casinos in Vegas.

Sisolak has never worked in a casino that I know of.  He earned an MBA at UNLV in 1978, but UNLV was a nothing school at that time, founded less than 20 years earlier.  You’d never move to Las Vegas in the mid-70s to go to UNLV.

How did he end up running the biggest boiler room scam in town? Sisolak’s official government bio offers no clues.  Sisolak’s father was a project engineer at GM, a job that now pays $125,000 to $141,000.  Yet Sisolak’s official bio says he was born into a working-class family.  Sisolak’s official bio says he ran a “communications business” before entering politics, when even Wikipedia admits he ran a telemarketing operation.

And how did Sisolak hook up with Harry Reid?  By 1998, Reid had gotten Sisolak elected to the Nevada Board of Regents.  In 2008, Reid’s machine made Sisolak a Clark County Commissioner.  Ten years after that, Reid promoted Sisolak to governor, where one of his first acts was to hire fake doctor Ihsan Azzam as his chief medical officer.  Azzam has been putting “MD PhD” after his name for decades, even though he has never earned either degree.

But Azzam had the sole indispensable qualification for the job — he was willing to lie for powerful people.  When Nevada scientists found a few years ago that large natural deposits of asbestos in Las Vegas were getting exposed by commercial development and causing a troubling pattern of mesothelioma cases among residents of the area, Azzam, who was state epidemiologist at the time, determined that the exposed asbestos wasn’t a health risk.

This despite the Environmental Protection Agency designating the area a Superfund site in 2002 and, with the Department of Health and Human Services, declaring a public health emergency there in 2009.  Azzam is the guy “advising” Sisolak on his Bat Plague response.

So how did Sisolak meet up with Harry Reid?  Did they first meet up through Sisolak’s boiler room operation?  Harry Reid was alleged by Utah telemarketing fraudster Jeremy Johnson to have accepted a $600,000 bribe to make Johnson’s legal problems go away.  The FTC claimed Johnson’s companies scammed consumers out of $275 million by luring them into obtaining trial memberships for bogus services.  Consumers’ credit cards continued to get billed monthly for the nonexistent services.  There was no way for the victims to stop it.

Reporters confirmed that Johnson had documents that supported his claim of having bribed Reid.

Sisolak’s Big Con

I haven’t even touched on Sisolak’s alleged abuse of his wife, but you can read about it here.  There are disturbing photos in the piece of his wife’s bruised neck after an argument, and several witnesses in the piece describe Sisolak as a “control freak” who scared them.

Part of me looks at Sisolak with awe for the Big Con he is pulling off in Nevada.  He’s gotten an entire state with a population of over 3 million people to destroy itself over a hoax and wear a mask as a symbol of utter submission as well.  And hardly anyone is complaining!  The key to being a good con man is to keep your victim happy.

No wonder Harry Reid promoted this guy out of the boiler room!

You can find Part II of this article here.  You can find more of Zengrifter’s stories about the dark side of Vegas at his website here.

Mad King Sisolak Just Mandated Masks Everywhere

Sisolak Returns to Busting Out the Joint

Dear Leader Sisolak

Mad King Sisolak, governor of Nevada, just held a news conference where he announced face coverings would be mandatory in Nevada everywhere starting Friday.

Sisolak:  “No shirt, no shoes, no mask, no service.”

Reporter: “What percentage of the new cases recently are attributable to doing much more testing?”

Sisolak’s “expert”: “I don’t have that information with me right now.”

There is absolutely no excuse for this.  There were 54 Covid-19 deaths the first week of April, and that number has been steadily falling since reopening to just eight for the week of June 17 through the 23rd.  And these numbers have been exaggerations.  They’ve been labeling deaths as Covid, without Covid testing, even when people were in hospice with late stage terminal cancer or heart failure.

The Bright and Shiny New Chop Fluey Testing Scam

So what Sisolak is using for the mask mandate is the bright and shiny new Chop Fluey testing scam.  Everyday the mainstream media breathlessly report thousands of new ScaryVirus cases, arguing these thousands of cases mean shutdowns should not be lifted and masks must be mandated.

But it turns out those tests don’t test for actual China Cooties infections.  All they test for is previous exposure to any coronavirus.

The common cold is a coronavirus.

According to a study published recently in Cell, 40 to 60 percent of blood donations between 2015 and 2018 test positive for Sino Snot Storm as well, even though the virus *did not exist at the time.*

The Face Mask Hoax

I’ve already published links to 22 studies showing that masks don’t stop transmission of Covid — or any other respiratory virus — because the virus particles are too small.  Now, here are another seven studies showing that masks don’t stop transmission of Covid.

In fact, the discussion of the studies at that link points out that masks likely increase the risk of picking up infections, including bacterial infections you are hatching in the moist, hot air within the mask.

Good-bye to Las Vegas

Room bookings in Vegas were already low and falling and this should finish off any hope of recovery here.  Las Vegas is simply not a fun place to be right now and it’s going to be getting worse, not better.

If you were planning a trip to Vegas, I would cancel it at this time.  I personally won’t go anywhere I have to wear a mask except for a quick stop to pick up perishable groceries.

Even Sisolak, whose chief lifetime achievement has been kissing up to Harry Reid, isn’t this stupid.  He knows exactly what he is doing.  Corrupt Democrats failed with their Antifa insurrection and are now back to trying to destroy the economy for the election. Sisolak is willing to bust out Nevada to help the team.

Why get caught in the middle of this?  Vegas at its best is a great party.  But it’s not a party now.  It’s frightened people sweating and struggling to breathe in masks, waiting in long lines for empty pools and poker rooms, wandering around dissatisfied, looking for something to do.

And prepare yourselves.  The media is already seeding the narrative that the “pandemic” will last at least two more years.  I’m telling you, the bullying will continue until we either get court orders curtailing these politicians’ abuses of power or until we kick Sisolak and the rest of these Democrats out of office.  In Sisolak’s case, his term isn’t up until 2022.

Update:  Masks Mandated for Everyone but Blacks in Oregon

In Oregon, masks are now mandated at all times for everyone except in Lincoln County, where “people of color” are exempt from the requirement.

For weeks they’ve been telling us that Blacks are disproportionately harmed by Bat Plague. They’ve also told us that masks will save us from ScaryVirus.  That’s false, but that’s what authorities are pretending to believe.

By telling blacks they don’t have to wear masks, does that mean this Oregon county wants blacks to die?  Don’t Black Lives Matter in this Oregon county?

Las Vegas Escort Trap at TI

Escorts Getting Stopped at Strip Hotel Elevators

Brenna Sparks is a Las Vegas Escort Available through Slixa

Las Vegas legal brothels are still closed for ScaryVirus, but Las Vegas escorts are back in operation, maybe not in full numbers, but in sufficient numbers that you won’t have trouble finding a girl.

However, with the Vegas Strip hotels still at low occupancy levels, TVO readers are reporting problems getting their Vegas escorts up to their rooms.  Basically, with drunken fights and pickpockets and robberies down, hotel security has nothing to do but hunt for girls heading upstairs to possibly have sex with men to whom they are not, in the hotel’s eyes, sufficiently attached.

The worst problem seems to be at TI, where security is stopping escorts at the elevators day and night.  Even nooners can’t get through!  I’ve gotten three complaints in a week from people who stayed at TI.  That’s highly unusual.

The way it usually works is, you call an escort or service (or make arrangements with one in advance), they call you back in your room before your appointment, and then the girl shows up at your door.  If you like the way your escort looks, you pay her base rate for showing up (typically a couple hundred dollars, though Bat Plague may have changed that) and she comes in to start negotiations for whatever you really want.

But to get an escort up an elevator at TI at the moment, you are going to have to meet her downstairs, either in the casino or on the Strip.  Fortunately, security still isn’t checking for marriage licenses for women who are accompanied by men with a room key!

Palomino Club Las Vegas
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