Bars or entertainment: Strip clubs caught in a regulatory middle
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Defendants included Gov. It also was filed after similar clashes between establishments that allow nudity or dancing in other states. In December, a judge in California let two San Diego strip clubs make their own determinations about providing a safe environment for dancers and patrons during the pandemic. The lawsuit, which seeks unspecified damages, maintains that four strip clubs in Queens have been ready to open with COVID safety protocols since the early days of the pandemic.
Legal status of striptease
March 18, pm Updated March 18, pm. Four New York strip clubs are suing Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the State Liquor Authority — arguing that ongoing coronavirus closures are keeping their coffers bare. The suit claims that Cuomo and the SLA are in violation of the 1st and 14th Amendments, as well as state laws guaranteeing free speech and equal protection under the law. Read Next.
The legal status of striptease varies considerably among different countries and the various jurisdictions of the United States. Striptease is considered a form of public nudity and subject to changing legal and cultural attitudes on moral and decency grounds. Some countries do not have any restrictions on performances of striptease. In some countries, public nudity is outlawed directly, while in other countries it may be suppressed or regulated indirectly through devices such as restrictions on venues through planning laws, or licensing regulations, or liquor licensing and other restrictions.