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In the s, San Francisco was in the midst of a sexual revolution. Officials across the bay in Oakland wanted none of it. Listener Alicia Gallo was out with friends one night, and they couldn't find any strip clubs to go to in the East Bay. She got to thinking, San Francisco has plenty of them. She remembers going to one in S. But I did find strippers. That was in And it shot off the roof.
They dance and strip -- but not all the way. There's a reason her dancers don't disrobe beyond their pasties and G-strings. It's against the law for dancers to go nude in Oakland, or anywhere in Alameda County.
According to Chapter 9. Every female is guilty of a misdemeanor who, while participating in any live act, demonstration, or exhibition in any public place, place open to the public, or place open to public view, or while serving food or drink or both to any customer:.
Exposes any portion of either breast below a straight line so drawn that both nipples and all portions of both breasts which have a different pigmentation than that of the main portion of the breasts are below such straight line; or. Employs any device or covering which is intended to simulate such portions of the breast below such line; or.
The Oakland City Council passed this ordinance in But why? In the s, people watched dancers perform in pasties and swimsuits at go-go bars on Broadway in North Beach. On June 19,at the Condor Club, a cocktail waitress named Carol Doda tossed aside her pasties and did The Swim dance in a topless monokini. Baring her nipples was a big deal, she added -- "the greatest thing since sliced bread.
There was an explosion of adult bookstores, erotic massage parlors and porn theaters, particularly in the North Beach and Tenderloin neighborhoods. Sides says San Francisco went from having no topless clubs in to having about 40 within a year. Inlocal and state lawmakers started to crack down on obscenity and indecency. In SeptemberGov. Ronald Reagan ed the Quimby-Walsh Act. The law allowed cities and counties to regulate how waiters, waitresses and entertainers dress in bars and restaurants. On Jan. To this day, that ordinance is what keeps strip clubs out of Oakland.
Other cities in the East Bay use zoning rules to discourage strip clubs and restrict where they try to open. In fact, zoning is the most common way municipalities deal with strip clubs. Got a question you want to see the Bay Curious team take on? Submit it! Search-Icon Created with Sketch. KQED is a proud member of.
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