Erin AKA Couture Confections LA

Erin is a striving business woman with a talent and taste for baking up the most delicious cupcakes you’ll ever taste. Erin is a mother as well as a student studying sociology and social work. Her goals are to reform and advocate for school districts in marginalized communities to create a platform for children and teachers to be more successful.

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Monique Calderon

Monique Calderon is an inspiring force from east Los Angeles, passionate about teaching woman and youth about self love and self worth. Her powerful story gives an honest account of her experience and where desperation can lead people in this industry. She was inspired by her life to dive in and discover what self worth meant to her. Monique’s TEDX talk on worth has moved people all over the world. Monique is now an educational trainer with treasures for women and youth in and out of the industry. She is in creation of a new project called The Love Movement, specifically focused on youth in Latino communities to help them discover and uncover their self worth and self love.

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Vyper Strike AKA Heather

Vyper is a powerful woman who has been creating her own path since she was a child. Vyper is now a massage therapist/ reiki healer and part-time stripper who uses her powers of healing to transform her clients lives, in and out of the club. Listen to her story and learn how you can get bodywork from her yourself.

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Lux ATL/Lindsey Byron, Ph.D.

Lux ATL is a pole dancer with a PhD, a former English professor and lifelong exotic dancer turned professional pole performer, instructor, writer, and speaker. She is activist for women’s empowerment through radical expression of the sensual self. 

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Sacred Stripper/ Amira Al-Baladi

“My name is Amira Al-Baladi and I am the Sacred Stripper, Sensual Healer, Palestinian Princess and Decolonized Porn Star. I provide spiritual healing services to adult industry workers and I train sex trade workers holistic healing techniques so they can heal themselves and others. My goal is to: minimize the harm that sex workers and adult entertainers experience on the job, provide a supportive place for us to heal inside ourselves and together in community and, to recognize sex workers as sensitive, empathetic healers who have many spiritual gifts and contribute positively to the culture.”

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Over 15 years in the industry, Harlow has become a wealth of knowledge that will help anyone one in and out of the industry. Now a full time student majoring in psychology and minoring in Neuroscience, Harlow shares her brilliance with us and so many laughs. Listen and learn with this magical creature.

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Sexy JC Black

A mother, friend, business owner, wife and, stripper. JC has balanced her career as a full time stripper for over 20 years. Listen to how this wonder woman creates success in her life and gracefully shares how we can all help facilitate change.

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Nikki Lev

A profound mover in the performance community, Nikki has spent the past 10 years cultivating and creating shows that stun and radicalize our industry. This performing goddess had laid ground breaking work in Portland for many LGBQT strippers/sex workers to have places and spaces to perform.

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Kiki LeMiau

Kiki is a powerful performer from Portland Oregon who’s theatrical stage performance thrills the crowd. Listen and learn more about kiki, a beautifully dynamic human and her journey into the world of professional seduction.

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Soren High

Soren aka Fragile.Bird.Bones is a yogic stripper who embraces her vulnerability and shares it with all of us. Her choice to share her journey via social media has inspired and influenced thousands of people around the world. Listen in to learn about Soren’s journey with her own mental illness, anxiety and depression. And how she continues to pursue her dreams and sexy new clothing line Hot.Mango.Undies. “You’re not advice to people out there struggling with mental illness, keep talking..and don’t just talk to anyone. Talk to someone who will listen.” Soren explains.

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