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February 9, 2007

I'd do her breast examine

I've already described the women of Stripper Friends as being a cut above the ladies that worked in my local strip bar when I was growing up in a rural town. However, sometimes no matter how beautiful they look or even how almost artistic the dancing may be, some strippers just don't get any respect no matter how kind hearted and generous they may be. In Canada of all places, apparently, even a charity can afford to less than generous in its judgments regarding the quality of its donors.

Don't look a gift horse or a giving whore in the mouth, I say. It seems that although breast cancer kills women of all classes, the Canadian Breast Cancer society still feels that it's appropriate to decline donations from those women they feel don't measure up to some imagined societal standard of behavior. The disease may not discriminate but that doesn't mean that those raising money towards education and a cure can't afford to be choosey.

In my mind, it is a disgrace. I find it completely unthinkable that any organization that claims that it cares about the health of any group should turn its nose up at money coming from concerned women merely because they're exotic dancers. They took the $6,000 cash earned last year by the charitable event organized in a downtown hotel in Vancouver by a group of performers in memory of a stripper friend who died from the disease.

However, this time, according to CBC News (02/08/07), they've declined due to pressure from some high-profile donors. As former dancer Trina Ricketts explains, "I really feel that it's a strong indication of the degree of the stigma that exotic dancers experience when an organization doesn't even want to be associated with them for fear of experiencing the same stigma."

It's interesting to me that other major diseases such as HIV may have non-profit organizations question the wisdom holding sometimes drug-filled and sex-crazed circuit parties to raise money for the cause but they still take the donations. Sure, it raises the debate whether prevention is more important than a cure. The bottom line is whether donations go to education or research, money is needed either way.

Considering that previously strip clubs were filled with smoke and many stripping females have breast implants, two possible if not necessarily proven risk factors for breast cancer, it seems that those possibly at higher risk should have a chance to help themselves. Nothing irks me more than people who are trying to take action being told their lifestyle is too irresponsible or immoral for their efforts to be respected. Ms. Ricketts says that she'll look for another breast cancer charity that will accept the money.

Posted by Will Peters at February 9, 2007 1:01 AM

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