Stormy Daniels Protest Law Setting Minimum Age Requirements On Strippers

Stormy Daniels went back to her home state to protest a law setting minimum age requirements on strippers, which she calls an illegal attack on women and a bad precedent.

The former p-rn star was in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Sunday, standing in front of the steps to a courthouse, where she and a bunch of other protesters decried an appeals court’s recent decision to uphold the controversial L.A. law after it was challenged by 3 women.

The bill was originally called SB 468, and it stated that strip clubs couldn’t employ dancers under the age of 21 (meaning no 18, 19 or 20-year-old strippers allowed). It got signed into law in 2016, but will be reinforced again this month … which is why Stormy is pissed.

Talking about the protest on twitter, she wrote;

‘’I’m protesting with adult entertainers in Baton Rouge TODAY, Sunday, December 9th at 4pm, against a sexist law (SB468) passed by Louisiana state legislators that infringes on the constitutional rights of women. Join me at the capitol for a press statement and demonstration.’’


Written by Jacob Akpene

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