The sisterhood of Strippers – ELSC on Channel 4!

Meet the strippers challenging the industry and everything you thought you knew about it.

Watch program on Channel 4

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Stacey Clare blogging for Sex and Censorship about the battles strippers face

Attacked by feminists on one side, and victims of poor employment practices on the other, strippers have had little support in their battles. We welcome new blogger Stacey Clare, who is a stripper and a founder member of the East London Strippers Collective.

Read article on Sex and Censorship

East London Strippers Collective Is Standing Up for Strippers’ Rights

Attacked by feminists on one side, and victims of poor employment practices on the other, strippers have had little support in their battles. We welcome new blogger Stacey Clare, who is a stripper and a founder member of the East London Strippers Collective.

Read article on vice.com

Coochiecrunch interviews the East London Strippers Collective

Stacey Clare of East London Strippers Collective discusses the issues facing London based Strippers and her work through the ELSC to give power back to the Dancers.

Read article on Coochiecrunch

Stacey Clare talks injustice, feminism and strippers’ rights

Being a stripper in the UK is filled with problems, from having to pay clubs to work there, to being treated terribly by their owners, and with little help from the government or female rights groups. Stacey Clare talks to Artefact Magazine.

Read article on Artefact

ELSC in the East End Review

The East London Strippers Collective (ELSC) is campaigning to redefine mainstream views of stripping – but is it dancing out of time with popular opinion? Article by Nick Hagan

Read article on East End Review

Stacey Clare’s TEDx Talk

Challenge your presumptions, stereotypes and conventions with Stacey Clare, as she raises important questions at the intersection of feminism, worker’s rights, objectification and sex work. Watch her TedX Talk, “The Ethical Stripper”.

Watch Stacey’s TEDx Talk on Youtube

Stacey Clare is angry – Sex and Censorship

Treat Strippers As Workers, Not Victims! Stacey Clare talks to Sex & Censorship Blog.

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Comic artist Camille collaborates with ELSC

Fantastic collaboration between ELSC and local artist Camille Aubry, who has created The Strip Comic – inspired by stories and voices from the Collective.

See the Comic Strip on Camille Aubry

‘The Art of Stripping’ – ELSC art exhibition at Red Gallery

The Art of Stripping at Red Gallery, Shoreditch, is ESLC’s most ambitious project yet. Aiming to challenge stigma and raise awareness, a week long exhibition with a programme of events will invite people to think differently about a traditional yet much-maligned part of East London culture.

See event page on Red Gallery website

Vice Magazine finds out what the ELSC are all about

East London Strippers Collective wants to fight against moralistic squares and puritanical councils. Article by Frankie Mullin.

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If I can’t strip, it’s not my revolution!

ELSC co-founder, Stacey Clare, shared a few choice words with Russell Brand over at Sex and Censorship Blog.

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ELSC’s Sassy on her time in the stripping industry

Ex-lapdancer, ELSC member and established blogger, Sassy, shares some insights, advice and many, many laughs with the public in her entertaining and enlightening blog about her time in the striptease industry.

See this at London Lapdancer

Londonist meet the ELSC

Members of the Collective meet with The Londonist to talk about the problems within the industry and their ideas for the future of stripping.

Read article at the Londonist

We are the ELSC and we want your support!

ELSC teamed up with Independent Voices to publish their first ever article, co-written entirely by members of the collective, Billy Laser and Stacey Clare.

Read article in the Independent