Strip club dancers have braved the pouring rain to march through Sheffield city centre to oppose moves to close a branch of Spearmint Rhino. A row has developed over whether to renew Spearmint Rhino's licence for the premises after reports that private investigators had filmed sex acts taking place in the club. The dancers and their supporters - including Sheffield Hallam University's women's officer, Gabby Willis - told marchers any filming of this type should be classed as "revenge porn".
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The Sheffield branch of the political party hired two covert investigators to enter the Spearmint Rhino club and film their encounters with workers inside in February Many of the dancers in the club are part of the United Voices of the World union UVWwhich supports and empowers the most vulnerable groups of precarious, low-paid and predominantly migrant workers. One sex worker, Lucy, equated the footage to revenge porn and admitted to RightsInfo that she feared what would happen if it went public.
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Peter James Stringfellow 17 October — 7 June  was an English businessman who owned several nightclubs. He was the eldest of four brothers, the others being Geoffrey, Paul and Terry. He failed his 11 plus and so attended Burngreave Secondary School for one year.
The authority is rethinking its sex establishment policy, and a key aspect is to limit the number of sexual entertainment venues within the city borders to two. Spearmint Rhino applied last month to renew its licence. Other proposals are to ban sex cinemas - of which Sheffield has none - and limit the number of sex shops to one per council ward.
The review, which could mean the operator Spearmint Rhino being forced out of the city, has been brought by a Sheffield resident referred to as Irene. Activists backing her case launched a CrowdJustice crowdfunding campaign on Thursday to cover the legal costs. The high court decision to grant permission for the review could have significant implications for other councils considering strip club licences.
The Cossack on Howard street was the first Gay venue I ever went into, Followed by a pub called The Albert, Which is where I saw my first ever male stripper and drag artist… Never did like strippers, the baby oil would stain your shirt if you got too close! So it got me thinking about Rockies, the nightclub that I was introduced to around the same time in November So much rampant homophobia from people I never really expected to get it from….
Strip clubs in Sheffield. Originally known for its industrial roots has had an influx of redevelopment in the 21st Century, and is a major city in the United Kingdom. You will find bars and clubs to suite all needs, and even a few famous strip clubs in Sheffield as well.
During a judicial review at Leeds High Court yesterday, the local authority agreed it had failed in its Public Sector Equality Duty to consider the impact its no-limit policy on strip clubs would have on 'all women'. The council also agreed it had not taken its own public consultation into consideration when agreeing to the policy. It is also thought the case could have national significance if it proves to affect the way councils across the country choose to license their adult entertainment venues. The legal challenge, which scrutinises the lawfulness of the council's decision not to limit the number of strip clubs, was mounted by a year-old Sheffield grandmother, using the pseudonym 'Irene'.