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The Beaver Show Paperback – September 25, 2015
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Jacqueline Frances (aka Jacq the Stripper) is a Canadian writer, stripper, illustrator and stand-up comedian. She lives in Brooklyn with her wife and plants.
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There are far too many one-sided accounts of the industry and the women and men within it. Usually, the story is depicted as an ugly, soul squashing misstep by a vulnerable and broken woman (men too, but mostly women) who eventually finds her way to the light. Conversely, the story is occasionally told as a big, fun, glamorous and empowering party that never ends. Nothing and no one is ever simple enough to fit into either of those stereotypes. There is good and bad in everything and Jacq doesn't focus on either, she just tells her story. Thank you Jacq, you're making a difference. For all of us.
P.S. If you happen to be considering stripping or sex work, The Beaver Show lays down the most honest and useful game/tips I've ever seen anyone divulge without asking for something a lot more expensive than the price of this book in return. Trust me, I wish this had been written before I started dancing.
Finished this book, didn't want to put it down. It's a great fun read that not only touches on her experience as a stripper but is hilarious too. Not many books in this genre have such a comedic take and happy ending. Jacqueline isn't the girl who's fallen on hard times and needs to be saved. She's in control and loving every minute of her chosen profession. It was a nice change of pace for books about sex work.
Would recommend for light reading.