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A new British study into the lives of strippers has come up with some interesting figures, so to speak — concluding, for instance, that about one in four are college graduates. That's just one of several recent research claims about those who take their clothes off for a living. Here's a round-up:. Women on the pill — who generally do not ovulate — made significantly less. Researchers said this was proof men react to female ovulation, a claim that had some critics scoffing. But, then again, maybe "a stripper who feels sexy gives a more tip-worthy lap dance than one who feels uncomfortable during her period," said Sharon Begley at Newsweek. Some say they make as much as lawyers
I got the sense that all these writers were having a blast toying with a genre that is so tempting to parody but so difficult to get just right. James Grady, a native of Shelby, a former aide to the late U. His co-editor is Keir Graff, a native of Missoula, a novelist and executive editor of Booklist in Chicago. Shortly after that, Grady told Graff he was hoping to interest Akashic in a noir collection set in Montana. Graff originally was intending only to be a contributor, but he eventually signed on as co-editor after they managed to convince the publisher to do a Montana book.
The Bronx had a distinguished visitor last week: Odell Beckham Jr. He made headlines after he danced so vigorously at the Sin City strip club on Thursday that his diamond-studded pinkie ring flew off. It was not recovered, or at least was not returned to Mr. Beckham, according to TMZ. The episode was the latest reminder that even as the Bronx basks in newfound respect — as an increasingly safe yet still affordable place to live, as the home of vibrant immigrant neighborhoods, as the birthplace of hip-hop — it still is often associated in the public imagination with unsavory doings.