A recent California Supreme Court ruling that makes it harder for companies to classify workers as independent contractors will negatively impact pullers, which in most cases would be better as independent contractors, said adult film star Stormy Daniels in a Tuesday's booklet.
According to the ruling, a worker can only be classified as an independent contractor if the job is "outside the course of the recruitment company" – which apparently does not apply to strippers and striptease clubs .
But being classified as "independent contractors" allows strippers to set their hours, work on the days they are able and give them "priority to things like writing a deadline, studying for a test or putting their children to bed in the night" , wrote Daniels in his piece, which was published in The Los Angeles Times.
As an employee, "club leaders would have the power to dictate … when, where, how, and for whom" we perform, Daniels said. He added that the status of "employee" would further push the extractors to fill out forms "that would give the club – and potentially the government authorities – detailed personal information".
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"Employers may ask us to offer free naked shows for clients we do not feel comfortable with, these are highly personal decisions and the power to do them should be exclusively in the hands of dancers," wrote Daniels.
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Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, first came to national attention after filing a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, claiming that he had been paid $ 130,000 to keep quiet about a presumed ten-year relationship.