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A gambling casino need not have an on-premises strip club; most do not. However, Donald Trump has led the way. In 2013 his Trump Taj Mahal casino became the first-ever casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, to have an in-house strip club. It featured young women stripped almost naked in G-strings and “pasties,” with lap-dancing. His casino in Las Vegas also hosts two topless reviews and a semi-nude “go-go club.”

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Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence, Volume 1 | Issue 1 Article 11, December 2016
Donald Trump and the Sex Industry, by Robert Brannon National Organization for Men Against Sexism. Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/dignity
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Donald Trump and the Sex Industry

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