Strippers in the Attic – the sex positive podcast which gives listeners the lowdown on the lives of real strippers returns for season four. and this time, they’re backed by science.
For this scientific season, hosts buffy and Heaven will be looking at the science of stripping – for instance did you know that despite lots of ‘anecdotal evidence’ to the contrary, actual scientifically backed research shows that violent crime statistics are lower around strip clubs than other bars in the USA?
In season 4, Buffy and Heaven delve more into published academic research and present for your delight and delectation the answers to questions such as “why do strippers get more tips at different times in their menstrual cycle?” “how does stripping boost self-esteem?” “what’s the behaviourism behind stripper seduction?” and much more.
While it's all based in scientific research, listeners can still expect SITA’s trademark fun and filth, honest encounters, stripper secrets as Buffy and Heaven continue sharing their wisdom learnt on the poles to help and inspire their stripper and non-stripper listener alike as they apply previously untold stripper strategies to everyday life.
Between them, hosts Buffy and Heaven have over 35 years’ experience dancing in strip clubs across the world from the East End to Las Vegas. In their podcast ‘Strippers In The Attic’ a firm cult favourite which so far has garnered over 175,000 downloads, they delve into their pasts – no holds barred – and discuss the most fascinating and scandalous tales from their time in the clubs.
In Season 1, our hosts introduced listeners to the world of stripping, discussing topics such as ‘how does one become a stripper?’ and ‘top tips for baby strippers’. Season 2 saw the introduction of guests and the concept of ‘stripper thinking.’ Season 3 got deep discussing confidence and toxic media messaging.
Season 4 now sees the introduction of SCIENCE.
In season 4, Buffy and Heaven delve more into published academic research and present for your delight and delectation the answers to questions such as “why do strippers get more tips at different times in their menstrual cycle?” “how does stripping boost self-esteem?” “how does the psychology of strippers and their customers influence the maximisation of VIP rooms” the “what’s the behaviourism behind stripper seduction?” and much more.
For instance, scientists at the University of New Mexico counted the tips strippers made during various phases of their menstrual cycles. Dancers who weren’t on the pill made about $70 an hour during peak fertility, versus about $35 while menstruating and $50 in between. Girls who took birth control averaged about $37 an hour with no performance peak. Researchers think its about the way the girls dance… but Buffy and Heaven aren’t so sure.