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“The exposure of female breasts is no longer considered ‘nude,’” read a Monday bulletin issued by the Alberta Liquor and Gaming Commission.
The groundbreaking change means that Alberta strippers can now approach patrons to receive tips, provided they are wearing a g-string.
Previously, a rule barring topless performers from getting within one meter of spectators that exotic dancers were only able to collect tips through a “loonie toss”; a uniquely prairie practice in which patrons throw dollar coins at the performer.
The revised definition also dramatically liberalizes topless dancing across the province. A bare-breasted pole dancer in a Calgary bar, for instance, is now considered legally equivalent to a cover band or a standup comedian.
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