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Nudie bars are as old as bars and/or nudies. Everyone knows about them. Alcohol was very likely invented so dudes would have something to do with their hands while looking at lady bits swaying rhythmically to poor music. Something else to do, anyway.
Not content to contribute to alcoholism, Kim Burnett and her husband opened Lollipops, a bar that serves juice to everyone and also has strippers who can just sit and be naked if they prefer that to dancing. Because it's not a bar, you don't have to be over 21 to enter, and Burnett's own teenage sons are fans of the place because of course they are. The 13-year-old kid whose mom runs an all-ages strip club is the coolest kid in the world and everyone knows it. His entire life must be a jumbled confusion of frustration over homework, boners, juice stains, and carpal tunnel.
Burnett helpfully added that the girls have a 24-inch rule, meaning no one is allowed within 2 feet of them while they dance, and that she's giving them all a great opportunity since a lot of them are runaways, drug addicts, and prostitutes. The interview process must be mind-boggling in its ability to always seem like the beginning of a predictable porno to absolutely anyone observing it.