A funny thing recently occurred in Reno, Nevada. The town—nicknamed “The Biggest Little City in the World”—has made it illegal for any woman under the age of 21 to work in a so-called gentlemen’s club.
In response to the city’s dubious law, a handful of women aged 18 to 21 have filed a $15 million lawsuit challenging the legislation. The eight plaintiffs claim the law violates their civil rights. The women argue the anti-stripper statute will prevent them from earning $50,000 to $100,000 annually. Moreover, the women claim the law allows the government the power to prevent them from earning a living.
Although you may be thinking that this law is no big deal, you might think otherwise when you consider its arbitrary nature and its constitutional muster.
What’s good for the gander. 21 to vape? Okay, 21. After 21 they only have a few years left of peak beauty.
A great example of Boomer Conservatism in American: Standing in support of the right of teenage girls to strip.