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Timeless Moon gThis is from my review on I never worked with Diablo Cody she was before my time but I know someone who did She was the one who suggested I read the book Afterwards we both talked about how we want to write the anti Diablo Cody strip club book This book is like A Million Little Pieces but because of the veiled nature of the industry the facts are harder to check I think the book is disgraceful but the fallacies and exaggerations are mostly hidden to those who have never worked in the industryFor the record for six months she worked in the Dollhouse in Sexworld which is a peepshow While that is part of the sex industry it is a very different job from dancing In fact as she points out in the book anything involving penetration is illegal in MN yet the Dolls couldet away with doing it 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 Her sudden vague ness when describing what occurred in the Loft at Deja Vu also begs the uestion of how candid she really is The few things she actually mentions are blatantly illegal things that many dancers never do yet despite this lack of willpower in the face of a enerous and pushy client she still expresses her belief in her own mental superiority to other strippers I uess she didn t see the ironyFor the most part her book revealed a few important things about the industry club fees work expenses irritating customers but did little to explain stereotypes or even debunk them 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 For someone whose writing exposes their obvious belief in their own superior intellect she was far less observant than most dumb dancers I knowI think one reason is because she went into the job from a research angle Most of us et into the industry as staff or entertainers because of a financial need it would fulfill like supporting kids paying for school etting out of debt etc It is an industry that can open doors for women and men and ive us opportunities we may not have had otherwise The sense of solidarity between individuals can be uite strong although it was notably absent in Cody s caseThe title really says it all A Year in the Life of an UNLIKELY Stripper Her assumption obviously supported by many people much to my chagrin that a nerd educated woman eek etc etc simply doesn t fit the mold of stripper My friend who worked with her call her B said that when Cody expressed surprise that B was L'opticien de Lampedusa going to college B pointed out that most of the dancers at the Choice were in school Cody responded with disbelief and dismissal No they don teye roll I think that pretty much sums up Cody s attitude towards the people in the sex industry and explains why she feltirls were mean at the Choice I currently work with many of the former staff from Sheiks and they complained that she turned the club into a Doomsday Men: The Real Dr. Strangelove and the Dream of the Superweapon generic faceless place when there was so much personality and dynamics to be explored in both the customers and the dancersstaffI think that the 6 months she spent as a DANCER is very significant Most strip club workers dancers and staff are excited at the money the change in lifestyle the flexible schedules and the newness when we first start the job I also think that most of us after the first year are reserved and realistic in our enthusiasm because we ve had plenty of time to reflect on how the industry has changed us and we have seen plenty of men and womeno through a less than desirable change Perhaps with a empathetic attitude Cody would have had a realistic view of the industry one focusing on individual change beyond her own self centered story Somehow after speaking to B and others who remember her I think I m being a bit optimisticDiablo Cody held herself aloof out of a sense of intellectual superiority and thus blinded herself to the wealth of information and reality that she could have revealed to an obviously captive audience It s a shame Some American prose achieves a poetry unavailable to Europeans The breakneck compression of pop culture references loopy neologisms and Fractured Marketing Derived Syntax Stretches All The marketing derived syntax stretches all the from John Dos Passos via every hardboiled detective through Chuck Berry through Thomas Pynchon and on to Nicholson Baker Don DeLillo and James Ellroy It s not limpid it s hectic and the non Americans have to hang on as best they CAN DIABLO CODY HAS THIS STYLE Diablo Cody has this style Here s a two sentence example At a strip joint a new irl might as well don veal underwear and dance the watusi new irl might as well don veal underwear and dance the watusi a Whoops!: Why Everyone Owes Everyone and No One Can Pay gauntlet of jackals Most veteran strippers are punch drunk on Haterade and they d sooner dredge their Vuitton clutch in a cow pie before mustering a pixel of common courtesy toward their fellow womanHere s the merest handful of the arcane for me Americana which bejewels the pages of Candy Girl plus a translation in brackets It may be the sheltered life I lead but all these needed explanations for meCamacho a cigar I thinktuna sashimi a dishSamsonite luggagePink Suirrel cocktailBaByliss Babylon hairdryerschmattes old rags cf schmatterGisele Bundchen Brazilian modelFuddruckers a hamburgerTawny Kitaen model who appeared in Whitesnake vidsgopheruts ross from a revolting playground song Great Green Gobs of Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts Compare with the British Green snot pie and a dead dog s eye which John Lennon uotes in I Am the Walrusdisco biscuits ecstacywide wale type of corduroyOld Navy careerwear lower class clothessuick The physical sense of repulsion upon encountering a concept or situation one finds disgusting The concept of the suick differs from the concept of disgust in that suick refers purely to the physical sensation of repulsion and does not imply a moral component Thus says the Urban Dictionarydimbulb arm candy this is just an example of DC s way with words I et what she meansBonne Belle cosmeticsManwich American junk food I thought it might be a slang name for an attractive male as in look at that by the bar wouldn t mind chomping my way though that manwich but noBob Dobbs from the Church of Subgenius need whole Wikipedia article to explain thisPez either confectionary or Austrian collector toysPop Rocks low Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge grade confectionarythelory spot don t know but might be able to Boy Soldiers of the Great War: Their Own Stories for the First Time guessThat was just from twenty pages or so So I loved the way DC told her tale But what about what she was actually telling us about well stripping and the sex biz and all I admit it was fascinating Andross You d have to be a Making Sense of Leadership: Exploring the Five Key Roles Used by Effective Leaders grim faced Calvinist not to be carried along by DC sood natured insouciance And she also immediately removes the uilt you may have been fearing was it something risly in her childhood andor a bad coke habit andor a Gandhi Churchill: The Epic Rivalry that Destroyed an Empire and Forged Our Age gangster boyfriend whichot her into the striptease business No she says no and no Didn t do drugs okay some rass stable whitebread middleclass background and orgeous boyfriend who has a orgeous little daughter So she should have been on some fast track young exec programme in a iant media conglomerate for sure And this feeling of enveloping strangulating cosiness is probably maybe the thing that made her decide to have a o at removing her clothes in public But you know I m not so sure The way it reads she did it for the hell of it But it s a hell of a thing to do for the hell of it It involved a lot of public nakedness you know which subdivides into polework not easy floorwork easier but not as dignified lapdances you know what they are and bed dances lik. Die 30 jährige Diablo Cody ist ein Phänomen Mit ihrem Internet Blog machte sie sich einen Namen dann schoss sie raketenhaft in den Himmel der US Literatur Für ihr erstes Drehbuch erhielt sie einen Oscar Steven Spielberg beschäftigt sie als Dialogberaterin Besser und höher kann man eigentlich nicht kommen Nackt zeigt dass Cody diesen kometenhaften Aufstieg mehr als verdient hat Rasant packend und komisch erzählt sie wie sie oder doch zumindest ihre Ich Erzählerin trotz einer eher biederen Biografie die Leidenschaft für. Candy GirlWas when she described being devastated when a roup of women come into her peep show and openly mock her as she lays prone on a chaise longue I The Lives of Stay-at-Home Fathers: Masculinity, Carework and Fatherhood in the United States guess the fact that there was a layer oflass between them made the ladies feel bold Still it was an awful moment and I really liked how Cody described how hurt she was as a result I also adored the fact that she would do karate kicks to heavy metal standards during her dance routines She sounds like my kind of stripperI ve heard Diablo talk about how she thought the job would cultivate a strong bond among she and her fellow strippers Instead the opposite was true Everybody became ultra competitive as a result of vying for dances I wish she would have written a little about thatAnyway I m lad to see that her movie Juno has done so well I suspect it s because she wasn t writing about herself In creating fictional characters she was able to drop the tough irl act and expose their vulnerability And conseuently her own Personally that s the incarnation of Cody I most enjoy I respectfully leave Cherish her stripper ID back at the pole After a seven week layoff from reading or reviewing books I was looking to break my fast with the literary euivalent of a French omelette cooked uickly in a Gone: The Disappearance of Claudia Lawrence and Her Father's Desperate Search for the Truth greasy diner No Shakespeare no epics no complicated substitutions and no delayedratification I wanted to finish something uickly and enjoy its deliciousness The book I pulled off my reading docket was Candy Girl A Year in the Life of an Unlikely Stripper by Diablo Cody For the youngsters out there Diablo Cody aka Brook Busey Maurio 1,000 Awesome Writing Prompts grabbed attention as author of the weblog Red Secretary in 2005 documenting the trials and tribulations of a surrogate office drone in Belarus Cody s verbosity and style with a word processor belied a brief career as a stripper in Minneapolis which became the basis for this memoir published in 2006 As a screenwriter she hit the sweepstakes winning an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay with Juno in 2008 Never passing up an opportunity to spend time with strippers even retired ones journalists fell in love with Cody At the height of her prestige she authored the screenplays for Jennifer s Body and Young Adult created the Showtime series The United States of Tara and made her debut as a director with Paradise none of which hit the zeitgeist like Juno did The media moved on to the New Kid in Town As a book designed to parachute all of us flyover state suares into the underworld of stripping and peepshows then safely retrieve us with a happy ending Candy Girl is A team caliber through and through Cody s experience as a blogger and columnist seem like the perfect field training for a mission like this and if true her fearlessness and threshold for skeeviness won me over This is a sharp funny and hugely entertaining bookCody s adventure begins with her leaving her hometown of Chicago to move to Minneapolis for her beau Jonny a fellow vintage record collector and music lover she meets over the Internet Cody finds work as a typist in an ad agency and segues into the unlikely role of stepmother to Jonny s daughter Faced with the prospect of becoming a real live adult in her mid twenties she decides to show up for Amateur Night at one of the city s handful of strip clubs the Skyway Lounge It takes her a year toet off the stageShot Moonrise (Snowfall, glass wit on display I had always imagined all strippers as sinewy exuisitely painted Jezebels airbrushed byenetics and smelling of exotic fragrances like Elizabeth Taylor s Passion But there in the sallow light of the dressing room I saw nails nibbled to the uick prickly hedgehog vulvae breasts that hung like worn The author s detachment is chilling Her need to present herself as a badass hipster is behavior worthy of an 8th rader She s a tourist slumming amongst the sex workers and tells the story with a note taking photo snapping objectification of the locals sort of air that is inhumane at best Still another post feminist telling herself she s a sexy pin up type and confusing true subversiveness with her willingness to use and be used by the patriarchy In a clumsy wrap up that was obviously suggested by an editor who begged for a sliver of insight on Cody s part Cody states that she knows she didn t become a stripperpeep show irlphone sex worker because she was abused as a child She knows she wasn t sexually abused She knows this because she wasn t a very pretty little irl Ugh Yeah Ms Cody pedophiles only like the pretty onesNone of this is about sex it s about power MsCody how can someone so witty be so stupid So why does Diablo Cody spend a year stripping Well because she was bored with her all too ordinary life and wanted to be rebellious At least that s what I think she meant in her last chapter where she sums things up And that kind of spoils the book for me If she needed the money if she had a habit she needed to support you know your everyday reasons for etting into stripping Or if she was introduced to it getting into stripping Or if she was introduced to it a friend rather than ardently pursuing it herself But her reasons were so flimsy that I kept wondering why on earth she kept A Little Dinner Before the Play going back to these strip joints andetting ripped off by managementThe little window into the stripping life is kind of interesting but without much reflection as to what it meant to Cody or to her co strippers there s not a lot of insight to be ained from this book Cody

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dialogue at I this book up for a couple of reasons first I keep hearing buzz about Diablo Cody who wrote the screenplay for Juno and second because I spent several years waitressingbartendingDJ ing at a Deja Vu club in San Diego I know that SD is uniue in its approach to entlemen s clubs clean to the extreme entertainer s licenses and all so I m always interested to hear stories about what the industry is like in other parts of the country Cody dances in Minneapolis I figured since this was a memoir maybe for once there would be a realistic depiction of a strip club instead of the dreck you see in movies like Striptease and Showgirls Candy Girl is and isn t that depiction Cody admits that she never uite fit in at the clubs where she danced She isn t a ood dancer doesn t put much effort into her appearance and she doesn t ever connect with the other dancers or staff at the clubs She is almost an outsider looking clinically in an undercover blogger who is in the clubs because she s looking for a transgressive experience Reading her descriptions of her co workers I felt like I was reading about an anthropologist describing exotic creatures Rather Than Someone Who Was Truly One Of The Peelers than someone who was truly one of the peelers about her experiences Cody does however describe the inner workings of a club fairly accurately This is the first time I ve ever seen the payout system really addressed if anything I d like strip club patrons to read the book so they understand why it s important to pay the irls and to tip them I also appreciated that Cody didn t stick to just the high end clubs she ventures from the upscale Scheik s to the Once a Wicked Lady: A Biography of Margaret Lockwood grimy arcades of an adult superstore and she does embrace her time in these places fully I just wish that the tone of the book had embraced the story she was telling in the same wayOverall though I really liked Cody s narrative voice She has a very clever way with words and I read the book mostly in oneo largely due to the almost conversational style in which it was written I would absolutely read another book by her and I do want to see Juno If I put aside my own concerns about the strip club industry and how the people who work in the clubs are depicted the book was uite Forbidden Reading good It just wasn t totally what I was hoping fo. Kapitel wie das über die „zehn besten Songs zum Strippen“ So kann man das Buch auch als Anleitung zum Auftritt bei Table Dance Partys oder Burlesk Shows lesen Aber egal warum man Nackt zur Hand nimmt so frisch frech und frei von der Seele oder Leber weg – und dabei doch so strukturiert undemessen – wie Diablo Cody hat lange niemand mehr eschrieben Das ist eine völlig neue von Teja Schwaner im Übrigen blendend ins Deutsche übertragene Stimme aus Amerika von der man noch oft und viel lesen möchte Stefan Kellerer.

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E lapdances but you and your client are on a bed huh And finally the one would imagine terminal humiliation and rossness that is the peep show which is a euphemism because no one has to peep If you need to know the Future Focus gory details of what s involved let me know and I lloose up this review with pleasureSo okay Diablo Cody what did you Major Problems in American Urban and Suburban History: Documents and Essays get out of this year of minimum clothing these 12 months of hideous johns this calendar of unspeakable secretions My modicum of success at the agency her straight office job meant nothing to me it wasn t an indicator of my worth as a person Whereas a singleood night of stripping ood she made a lot of money in tips could elevate my sense of self to Kilimanjaro altitudes That was real approval I knew precisely how much my body was worth per pound on any iven night at the all irl charcuterie This concrete information was reassuring much so than the bogus corporate praise I d arnered in the pastWell if you say so Diablo If you say so Some books are meant to be kept in sacred spaces Some books are so amazing so wonderful so full of personal meaning that they can t even be kept on an ordinary bookshelf with the others and need to occupy their own special place Some books deserve such honors And some books deserve to be kept in the bathroom Which is exactly where the copy of Candy Girl currently resides in my apartment I can t claim responsibility for this placement the book actually belongs to my roommate but as far as I m concerned any book kept next to the toilet is pretty much communal so I helped myselfDon t Devil's Red Nickel get me wrong the fact that Diablo Cody s memoir I use the word only because that is how it s described on the front cover is perfect bathroom reading isn t necessarily a criticism Candy Girl is in fact probably the most perfect example of a bathroom book I ve ever come across You can read little bits at a time without having to bother following a continous plot and if you just skip to all the dirty parts where Cody is actually stripping or working at a peep show you never miss anything important She had a boyfriend at the time the book was written and Iuess we hear a lot about him but frankly any part of the story that didn t involve stripping andor freuent uses of the word pussy just bored me So to sum up the book describes a year in which Diablo Cody decides to try being a stripper She spends several pages trying to rationalize this decision but it can really be summed up in one sentence for shits and Social Class in Contemporary Japan: Structures, Sorting and Strategies giggles and so I canet a uasi memoir out of it my words Over the course of the story she works at three different strip joints a peep show and also has a brief stint as a phone sex worker that s so brief I don t know why she bothered mentioning it at all In between there s lots of stuff about her boyfriend his young daughter and Cody s boring day job b Diablo Cody wrote the Oscar winning screenplay for the smart and funny movie Juno As one might expect her memoir about a year spent working as a stripper is also smart and funny but much much harder edged Cody was working as an office drone in Minneapolis when she spontaneously decided to try out Amateur Night at a nearby strip dive Though her first attempt Clubland UK: On the Door in the Rave Era garnered her all of nine dollars she was so fascinated by the world she saw sheot herself put on the schedule at an upscale strip clubDriven in part by a last ditch rebellious desire to escape the cubicle farm hell of respectable adulthood as well as by an urge to master the secrets of a mysterious profession in which successful dancers could make thousands of dollars a night Cody worked in half a dozen different clubs In her uest for sex industry success she also transformed herself from a pink haired punk nerd John Flynn's Double Wedding Ring Step-by-Step Workbook girl into a fake blond with hair extensions lacuered death nails and make up than a circus clown Cody is unflinchingly honest as she describes the stripping profession from the inside Earning a living by removing one s clothes it turns out is nowhere near as easy as one might presume Bored customers passive aggressive DJ s and extortionist club uota policies that can leave dancers in debt to the house at the end of a slow night are just a few of the challenges she had to overcome Cody eventually figured out how to play theame well enough to sock away a down payment on a house but that cash came at the expense of physical and emotional exhaustion not to mention permanent foot damage from those towering stripper shoes While Cody s smart insights into this unfamiliar forbidden world make for fascinating reading much of what she relates is so The Book of Tapas graphic there were places I learned than I wanted to about what reallyoes on behind those blackened windows There is a decidedly un sexy reality behind the cold hard commercialization of sex one that even Diablo Cody s skilled storytelling and punchy humor is hard pressed to balance out Self involved overeducated privileged irl in the throes of post collegiate depression decides really self consciously to take a walk on the wild side Yawn a the side is not that wild and she s not the real deal anyway and b who cares Only the titillating subject matter and haven t we all wondered about the economics of being an exotic dancer could have made this book such a hit with the crowds The writing itself was pretty painfulthe author doesn t let a paragraph o by without an appropriately self conscious figure of speech Look ma I made a simile With a pop culture reference It s like she s trying to hit a uota or something Yikes Just a disclaimer here I recommended this book for book club and was thoroughly humiliated as a result Now I don t consider myself a prude by any stretch of the imagination and am usually willing to stand by my recommendations However When it came time to lead the discussion Love Is A Four Letter Word group I felt myselfroping for uestions It seemed a little odd to open the session with What was your reaction when the author was working peep shows and would watch men jisming over the plate lass Were you horrified Gratified BothObviously this was my bad I can t blame Cody for not having written a ood book club book Actually this probably oes in the plus column as far its literary merit Is Concerned I Don concerned I don know why I was that a book about stripping would be so raphic but there you have it I m an idiotThat being said I think Candy Girl suffers from Cody s stringent desire to defend her career choice While I understand this impulse I myself et a little tired of people painting EVERYONE who works in the sex industry as perverted amoral disturbed etc I still felt that Cody wasn t being honest about her motivations for working in an industry that is Physically Demanding Emotionally Draining demanding emotionally draining not even that financially rewarding I was shocked to learn how much the house takes from its strippers These als have ot to unionizeAfter reading the book I suspect Cody was testing the idea that the corporate workaday world is just as illegitimate and corrupt as the sex industry The only difference is that the former pretends to be decent while treating people like crap while the latter is honest about exploiting its workers and customers This false distinction enrages me too and I m totally with Cody on that scoreStill I did wince at some of the stuff the author was expected to do Somehow I had an image of stripping that was akin to Gypsy Rose Lee coyly dancing behind a bubble when in reality it involved laying spread eagled on a stage while college uys sprayed your vagina with water pistols An eye opener to say the leastI Peas Book of Best Friends guess I was wanting a little vulnerability from the author One of the few times I felt her letting down heruard. S Strippen entdeckt Wie sie An English Psychic in Hollywood gleich beim erstenänzlich missglückten Auftritt durch den Alltag mit menstruierenden oder ynäkologisch ausladenden Kolleginnen alle romantischen Vorstellungen ihres Gewerbes verliert – und trotzdem von der Stripperstange im positiven Sinne nicht mehr loskommt Und sie erzählt von ihrer Liebe zu ihrem coolen fast perfekten Partner Jonny – und das ohne auch nur eine Sekunde dem Kitsch zu verfallen Nackt ibt sich als Enthüllungsroman Aber er enthält auch unglaublich lyrische Passagen und. ,