Voyeur

Here is a Yelp! review of Voyeur, the now infamous strip club where those RNC donations were spent, and which happens to be located in my fair city:

The girl at the door sent us in right away and told us to go to a table by the bar and get some free Champagne. Seriously. This club is amazing. There are topless “dancers” acting out S&M; scenes throughout the night on one of the side stages, there’s a half-naked girl hanging from a net across the ceiling and at one point I walked to the bathroom and pretty much just stopped dead in my tracks to watch two girls simulating oral sex in a glass case.

Really understated elegance here.

Also, Lindsay Lohan was at our table at one point.

Here’s another:

Apparently this is the hottest club in Hollywood right now where all the celebrities like to hang out. I personally found this place kinda shady! And I’m not talking about the dark lighting or the topless dancers dangling from the ceiling. If you do table service, forget about any sort of VIP treatment. You still have to wait awhile in line and they seem to expect you to order one bottle for every 2 people. WTF? How are 2 people supposed to finish a bottle of vodka? And in less than 3 hours considering the club’s closing time at 2am?!

And no, I didn’t see any celebrities or paparazzi. Probably because I was too drunk (yes, we finished our bottles! Can’t let good alcohol go to waste!) and don’t even remember leaving the place….

No, I have never been. Don’t intend to, either. I’m a married woman.


Liz Newcomb is an attorney by day and committed LGBT activist by night and weekend. She has worked as a researcher at the Williams Institute. While in law school at UCLA, she was Articles Editor of the LGBT law journal. Liz lives in West Hollywood with her wife, Lynne. They are one of the 18,000 California same-sex couples who got married during the summer before proposition 8 passed. Liz has lived in California for over 20 years and brings a left coast perspective to AMERICAblog.

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  • Alex

    NEWS TIP: Richard Blumenthal (Democrat candidate for Connecticut’s Senate seat being vacated by Chris Dodd) just launched his campaign website. There is no mention of any LGBT issues:

    http://richardblumenthal.com/issues

    Let’s get some answers from him about what he thinks on the issues affecting the LGBT community. I’m a huge supporter of Blumenthal, but I want to know and I’d like him to be public about his opinions on these issues.

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