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These were also glass-separated private booths where customers could give direction to the show and tipping was possible. The Private Pleasures booth also occasionally featured "Double Trouble" shows, with two dancers who might have performed a lesbian sex show.
In addition, booths showing adult videos 24/7 were available.
The Lusty Lady was made famous by the labor activism of its San Francisco workers and the publication of several books about working there.
The main stage featured several nude women dancing, separated by glass windows from the customers who each stood in their own booth, paying by the minute.
The dancers were also available for more explicit private shows in the VIP and Private Pleasures booths.
Until 2003 they were both owned by the same company; in that year the San Francisco franchise was bought by the strippers working there and began to be managed as a worker cooperative.
The San Francisco branch had already entered the news in 1997 when it became the first (and as of 2009 The Lusty Lady featured exotic dancers (at the San Francisco location nicknamed, "Lusties") in a peep show setting on a main stage and in one-on-one booths.