Trixie's Club Question
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Brian

Elkton, KY

#21 Feb 1, 2013
Thanks for your insightful comments, "getreal."

I have a clarification question. I heard about the "six feet away" rule. So, when you get private dances in Louisville, are they clothed or in pasties?

I'm trying to understand whether there is any difference between Louisville and Indiana.
Brian

Elkton, KY

#22 Feb 2, 2013
Help me out, smart people! I need the detailed picture.
truth

Tucker, GA

#23 Feb 2, 2013
A Different View wrote:
I wouldn't waste my time going to Louisville strip clubs,they have banned full nudity which I say is unconstitutional. The self rightious mayor did this. When I go to a gentlemens club iw ant to see it all and the way I feel about it if certain people don't like then don't go to the clubs. I not going to a club and spend money to see panties and pasties f*ck that. I think it has only hurt Louisville clubs at the same time a lot of the girls will have to go on welfare and food stamps because they won't make enough to pay their bills now. It also hurts the economy even more.
So sad but true. I heard about a spot in Indiana that's nude as much as it pains me to send anyone over the bridge when Louisville needs it. Our mayor and the committee are really screwing Louisville. Think if all the money Indiana is making from a full nude bar and the gambling boat. These bible thumping old farts are costing us money. Because guess who's taxes goes up when they want to fix a part of Louisville up.
Brian

Elkton, KY

#24 Feb 3, 2013
truth wrote:
<quoted text>
So sad but true. I heard about a spot in Indiana that's nude as much as it pains me to send anyone over the bridge when Louisville needs it. Our mayor and the committee are really screwing Louisville. Think if all the money Indiana is making from a full nude bar and the gambling boat. These bible thumping old farts are costing us money. Because guess who's taxes goes up when they want to fix a part of Louisville up.
And what spot in Indiana would that be? Where should I go?

Everybody is dancing around the question :)
truth

Bardstown, KY

#25 Feb 3, 2013
I think it was called bullfrogs. Or something like that
Brian

Elkton, KY

#27 Feb 3, 2013
Alright, simple, straightforward questions-

In Louisville, when a stripper dances, can you go up to the stage and have her rub her boobs in your face?

In Louisville, will any stripper sit on your lap for an extended period of time at the club?

In Louisville, are they topless in pasties during private dances?

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#28 Feb 4, 2013
Brian wrote:
Alright, simple, straightforward questions-
In Louisville, when a stripper dances, can you go up to the stage and have her rub her boobs in your face?
In Louisville, will any stripper sit on your lap for an extended period of time at the club?
In Louisville, are they topless in pasties during private dances?
I have two staight foward questions.
Are you the Brian that worked security at Trixies around 05-06 ?
Can you post where in the constitution it makes you believe not allowing public nudity is unconstitutional ??
Brian

Elkton, KY

#29 Feb 4, 2013
I gotta say wrote:
<quoted text>I have two staight foward questions.
Are you the Brian that worked security at Trixies around 05-06 ?
Can you post where in the constitution it makes you believe not allowing public nudity is unconstitutional ??
No, I'm not a freaking Brian that worked at Trixie's. My name isn't even really Brian. And I obviously don't know anything about the place! Why the heck would I be asking about Trixie's if I worked there?

I'm just a dude that can't get any infomation from people who can't answer simple questions logically, and would rather prattle on about their own nonsense.

In regard to your own question, I didn't say public nudity is constitutional. Of course public nudity should be banned, because it infringes on the rights of others. But when nudity takes place in a private club setting, a club that you have to choose to go to, it isn't public nudity.

What is unconstitutional is giving the government the authority to restrict the freedom of consenting adults to behave as they please. The powers of the government are limited to what is explicitly mentioned in the Constitution. And the less government intervention, the better.

Nude clubs do no harm to anyone, and if anyone is harmed, they themselves are responsible for it. No one has to dance at them if they don't want to, and no one has to go to them if they don't want to. But nude clubs make money for private business owners and for dancers who freely choose to be there, and they bring enjoyment for the patrons who freely choose to go there.

It's all about FREEDOM. Lack of personal freedom is what is unconstitutional.

Now, is anyone intelligent going to answer my questions? I would help you guys out if you needed information- it's called "do unto others as you would have them to do unto you."
Serena

Independence, KY

#31 Jul 28, 2013
Alright I might be a little late but I will answer ur question unlike all these other fools. Trixies will have their dancers in panties and pasties but there's a VIP room called the gold room where there is full nudity. If you want full nudity and dont want to pay an arm and a leg for VIP you have to go to Indiana to a place called the rustic frog.
truth

Bardstown, KY

#32 Jul 29, 2013
I gotta say wrote:
<quoted text>I have two staight foward questions.
Are you the Brian that worked security at Trixies around 05-06 ?
Can you post where in the constitution it makes you believe not allowing public nudity is unconstitutional ??
I'm not sure if I'm reading your comment wrong or not. But there is no public nudity if it is inside four walls and a roof. And the place of business is set for that type of entertainment.
Our forefathers used brothels(whore houses) for their entertainment.
But since times have changed I think a little nudity is not much to ask for.
Politically incorrect

United States

#33 Jul 29, 2013
This country is not how the founders envisioned it...at all. Ben Franklin smoked pot, and loved it. What happened is we let too many foreigners in from Europe in the thirties and they got into politics and screwed this country to hell. Brought with them money making laws designed to drain the working class. Most you piggies are clueless.
bob

United States

#34 Jul 30, 2013
Politically incorrect wrote:
This country is not how the founders envisioned it...at all. Ben Franklin smoked pot, and loved it. What happened is we let too many foreigners in from Europe in the thirties and they got into politics and screwed this country to hell. Brought with them money making laws designed to drain the working class. Most you piggies are clueless.
"Foriegners from Europe" started showing up in 1492, not the 30's.
Anonymous

Louisville, KY

#35 Mar 5, 2015
Revelations wrote:
<quoted text> whos telling you how to live your life? Im just telling you the truth. And I agree, the women to take the patrons for fools, because they are. And yes they do have a choice, but because the money is so good they dont wanna do anything else...ever hear the phrase ''golden beartrap?'' these women are exploited due to their desperation..not all now, but most. You ever pick up a LEO at a free paper stand? Those strippers they take pics of to promote the club always look so sad and broken and NEVER have I seen a genuine bright happy smile..always forced. So quit being politically correct and get out oncein awhile to see how things REALLY are.
God sure is lucky to have you and the rest of the judgmental. God could probably go ahead take a day off. It's funny to me how judgmental the religious are. I wonder if you know the bible says all sin is equal and, in case you forgot, thou shall not judge is one of the ten commandments. You coming on this website and making your comments in regards to who people are based on their choices makes you just as bad as the people you judge. Actually, I would say worse since you don't really know who those people are, you're just making a generalization without having met anybody. I'm guessing you met those strippers you know in church, I bet you met plenty of whores there, too.
DigitalBob

Latonia, KY

#36 Aug 7, 2015
I think we should ban any GOB (God oriented business) from 1000 feet of of a school, require a $1000 fee, require all employees to register with the sheriff, and limit their hours of business from 2am to 4am on wednesdays. Yeah, it sucks having your personal freedoms limited by some disinterested 3rd party who feels the need to tell you how to live your life, doesn't it?

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