Government Agency Hires Transgender Stripper for Homeless Conference [VIDEO]
What do homelessness and stripping have in common? We're still waiting for the research. If you have any kind of clue, you know how to contact us. Not waiting on the research for how stripping and homelessness go together, the city of Seattle. Leaders of King County, which is home to Seattle (see Seattle University: Students Demand Dean Resign Because ‘Humanities is Racist’ and Seattle Official Gives Heroin Injection Sites a Pass but Hates E-Cigarettes) decided the entertainment for their annual conference for solving homelessness would go to "Beyonce Black St. James" who's not just any old stripper. Nope, this stripper is a tranny stripper, equipped with talented ta-tas and a scintillating swinging scrotum. So unless Beyonce used to be homeless and now it's dancing to Pussycat Dolls for money, I'm not seeing the connection.
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Performer Beyoncé Black St. James danced topless in a sheer bodysuit, gave lap dances and kissed attendees, according to a staffer at a local housing nonprofit who attended the conference in South Seattle.
Kira Zylstra, organizer of the conference at South Seattle College, has been placed on leave as of Thursday, according to Denise Rothleutner, chief of staff for the King County Department of Community and Human Services.
“No one expected it,” the staffer said. “So I think some people felt uncomfortable.” The first person St. James kissed seemed surprised, according to the staffer, but the ones following seemed more enthusiastic.
If a government employee suggested hiring a female stripper for a conference, everyone would have a good chuckle about it in the break room. Then get back to not working very hard at their patronage jobs. That was then, this is now. Seattle's patronage jobs and office in which they're "performed" turned into The Jiggly Room. Rather than just sneaking a donut between breaks, you can actually enjoy a lap dance. Bearing in mind "happy hour" at work is usually still the day shift, and the girls are ten years past trying to convince you they're really working their way through med school.
Also, and tell me if I'm all wrong here, I didn't see a whole lot of choreography in Beyonce's act. Say what you want about the real Beyonce, the woman puts effort into her routine. What I saw in Beyonce Black's act was just a dry heave set to music. Not even Destiny Child music, either.
If you're going to commit to a character, do it properly.
But because the stripper was a transgender and trannys are still the pound for pound champion on the left's marginalized rankings, it's not inappropriate to hire one who gyrates for a government conference. It's wokeAF. The one person to say "Hey...maybe let's not" is probably still in sensitivity training. While the rest of those who attended are in line for eye-bleach.
Which says nothing about the lingering question which has still gone unanswered. How does stripping, transgender or otherwise, help the homeless? Is this why, perhaps, Seattle is having so many problems with the homeless? They're just turning on music and dancing reality away?