Living: And Now, Bring on the Boys

It's equal time as the males strip and the women patrons cheer

Peeling in public for pay is a venerable occupation, but in the old sexist order the clothes came off a woman and the cheers came up from an audience ol men. But today at the Sugar Shack in Lake Geneva, Wis., or at the Red Pussycat in Salina, Kans., or the El Matador in Odebolt, Iowa, the women are watching and the men are bumping and grinding.

At Lake Geneva's Sugar Shack, a spacious, somewhat rundown nightspot, there is runway action thrice nightly....

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