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Decreed by David Letterman (tongue in cheek) on CBS TV's The Late Show to be the pick of “Dave's Book Club ,” Candy Girl is the story of a young writer.
Candy Girl: A Year in the Life of an Unlikely Stripper is a memoir written by Diablo Cody, who later became known as an Academy Award–winning screenwriter.
candy girl: a year in the life of an unlikely stripper — diablo cody
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Description:The sense of solidarity between individuals can be quite strong, although it was notably absent in Cody's case. Her assumption, obviously supported by many people, much to my chagrin , that a nerd, educated woman, geek, etc etc simply doesn't fit the mold of "stripper". I guess she didn't see the irony. Most of us get into the industry as staff or entertainers because of a financial need it would fulfill, like supporting kids, paying for school, getting out of debt, etc. Because of this, I find her attitude of being "above" the "dirtiness" of certain clubs disingenuous, and her condescending description of dancers an insult to any woman in that occupation. Instead, her patronizing descriptions of dancers either blond fake-titted bimbos at Sheiks, or drug-addicted boorish wrecks at Skyway simply echoed the two most common stereotypes of strippers. I think that pretty much sums up Cody's attitude towards the people in the sex industry, and explains why she felt girls were "mean" at the Choice.