Stripcast: True Stories from a Stripper with a PhD

My name is Lux ATL, and I am a mother, wife, business owner, former university instructor, and lifelong stripper. From the halls of academia to the strip club stage, my life as a post-academic feminist sex worker has been filled with unique sociological insight, unforgettable friendships, and a thousand beautiful messes in between. These are my true stories of the highs and lows of an ex-academic and lifelong stripper pole dancing for pay on stages all across the South.
RSS Feed Subscribe in Apple Podcasts
Stripcast: True Stories from a Stripper with a PhD


All Episodes
Now displaying: Page 1
Nov 23, 2016

What’s up, dudes? Thanks for tuning in to Stripcast: True Stories From a Stripper With a PhD.  

Today, I’m gonna do something I’ve never done before—today, I have a guest story teller!  Maybe you’ve heard of her. Her name is Jacqueline Francis, but you probably know her as Jacq the Stripper.  

Me and her have been internet friends for years. I was a fan of her comics and social commentary on Twitter @JacqTheStripper. You should check out her book, “The Beaver Show”, and check out her art and musings at her website  

Me and Jacq got together last weekend when she travelled from NYC to ATL and then roadtripped with me to Tennessee to attend my women-only retreat, Stripcabin. We had 30 women, zero dudes, dancing, joy, celebration and friendship, along with 2 hot tubs, a bunch of food, way too much alcohol and a little bit of smoke. Let’s just say it was a beautiful feminist empowerment session, in which we laughed, cried, and talked politics. 

Today, my home girl Jacq is going to tell you about dealing with the fuckboys she encountered in great northern Canada, lovely gentlemen who showed their appreciation for her stage show by throwing coins at her. Being a stripper is so glamourous! Enjoy!  

You can connect with Lux on Facebook at or follow Lux on Instagram @lux_atl.  

If you enjoyed these true stories from a stripper with a PhD, feel free to share or leave a review on iTunes. You can learn more about Lux ATL and subscribe to her newsletter at 

Adding comments is not available at this time.