Males do find work in strip clubs, but apparently are limited to working as bouncers.
One male is fighting back against anti-male discrimination by going to court.
Even if he finds work as a bartender in a strip club, the customers would probably not tip him out of resentment. The audience at a strip club prefers female bartenders with a certain type of appearance.
The type of appearance? It’s spelled S-L-U-T. See above.
A federal agency has filed suit against a strip club in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., on behalf of a man who claims he was discriminated against because of his gender, AL.com reported. James Sharp alleges in a lawsuit filed Thursday (June 29) by the U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission that a manager at Sammy’s Gentleman’s Club in the beach town told him they did not hire male bartenders.
Sharp applied in person for a bartender position but did not get the job despite having both bar tending and management experience, the website reported. The suit claims Sammy’s subsequently hired at least two women for bartender jobs.
Sammy’s hired 17 female bartenders and no male bartenders during 2015 at the Fort Walton Beach location, AL.com reported, citing the lawsuit. The EEOC asserts that this would violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination for any job applicant.
There’s a link to a longer article at the source.