The Chicago Blackhawks will no longer play "The Stripper" during their Shoot the Puck contest after hearing from fans who found the song demeaning to women, a team spokesperson said Wednesday. Blackhawks fans recently have been voicing their opinions about the song and a few other Blackhawks practices they deem sexist. The push for change picked up after Marissa Miller, 31, of Chicago, started gathering online signatures Aug. Miller said Wednesday she has accumulated nearly signatures since posting the petition. She also created a hashtag movement on Twitter of BanTheStripper, which has frequently been tweeted to the Blackhawks' Twitter account in the past week. We have to react when appropriate -- not overreact, but react.
Chicago Blackhawks nix 'The Stripper' after online petition launched
A spokesperson for Suleman has now revealed to TMZ that appearances have been canceled because of a dispute with the T's Lounge owner. Suleman apparently objected to a Florida television interview with a T's Lounge bartender, where the employee accused her of being "a little crazy" for having so many kids. She was also upset by the bartender's insinuation that she might perform lap dances, which were not part of her agreement with T's Lounge. T's Lounge has not yet commented on Suleman's cancellation. Type keyword s to search. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. More From Showbiz.
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By Hannah Parry For Dailymail. David Kupferstein pictured filed a lawsuit against the Hustler Club after he was punched in the face by a stripper. A stripper has been accused of knocking out a man's front tooth after he called her a bad mother while she was dancing for him. David Kupferstein, 36, filed a lawsuit against the Hustler Club in Hells Kitchen, New York , after his disastrous visit with friends in Kupferstein, a private chef, described how the woman was dancing for his group who were 'throwing money at her' when she opened up to him about her life.
I often fantasise about kicking ass, but only now, with Sucker Punch, do I see I've been getting it wrong. For a genuine sense of empowerment, I should have been daydreaming about dancing in a brothel dressed in bustier and stay-up stockings. Or maybe imagining myself in a customised Japanese schoolgirl outfit with my navel showing.