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North Dakota City’s Adult Entertainment Industry Grows Due to Oil Boom

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North Dakota – from – Williston has seen drastic changes since the oil boom took off. One industry that is flourishing is adult entertainment. Residents have mixed opinions about the changes to their community, and city leaders say they`re doing their best to address it.

Strip club owners say they used to have a hard time booking dancers, now it`s a different story.

Oilfield workers aren`t the only ones rushing to western North Dakota because of the oil boom, strippers from all around the country are dropping everything to be here, too.

“It`s amazing, like, I come out here and I make $5,000 for a week, $4,000 to $5,000 for a week of work,” explained exotic dancer “Erica.” “And I`m six nights. It`s, and then I go home, leave it behind.”

The adult entertainment industry in Williston is growing. Strippers say they follow the oil and gas industry to the hot spots, for a better life and their children.

“Erica” said: “I`ve never had child support from, you know, the father, so it allows me to provide for them and make my own schedule, make my own hours. If they need something, I can take time off to go do it.”

“It helps me pay for college and it just gives me hope for getting a better career in the future, and having a life and a family,” said exotic dancer “Lola.”

Williston`s economy is benefiting, but many residents are upset about the industry`s impact on their community. So, city leaders recently passed an ordinance that requires strip clubs to be located in the city`s industrial area. But the two existing strip clubs are grandfathered in, meaning they they can stay right where they are, near the city center.

Williston City Commissioner Brent Bogar said, “Our job is to not prohibit those businesses from being able to operate, but at the same time, recognize the community`s desire to make sure that we have a city that is attractive not just for that type of business, but for families as well.”

Strippers say they`re not concerned about how long the oil play will last. They`re living for the moment.

“I know people who had regular jobs, their families had health insurance, and now they don`t have anything,” said “Lola.” They`re washing dishes at, working at grocery stores, if they can get jobs at all.”

“Erica” added: “It doesn`t matter what`s going to happen 10 years from now. I may not be dancing. You know, it really doesn`t matter. The only thing that matters is that I have money in my bank account and I`m taking care of tomorrow, today.”

Strip club owners admit that things have become a little rowdier since the oil boom. One of the clubs` owners says they never had bouncers before and now they do


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