“I found myself more empowered naked than I did with the saloon outfit on,” she said. “I was more comfortable naked because the costume was the most potent objectification of a woman, with the boobs pushed right up, the tiny waist. It’s an invitation for sex. The fishnet tights, the little heels with the laces… It’s all about sensuality. It’s about eroticism. It’s about “Look, but don’t touch”.
“It’s all there to make the invitation for sex as provocative as possible and then the promise of satisfaction is practically just there.”