Mya says she has no problem supporting strip clubs, despite some women taking a issue with it.

“I go to strip clubs specifically to watch how powerful women are,” Mya tells “I’m a person that’s observant of how she carries herself and [believes] women who are not strippers have power, too. I don’t care what walk of life you’re from; women are just naturally sexy and have an essence about them. Fully clothed and not clothed. If everyone breaks down their walls and stops putting themselves on holier than thou pedestals, we can all learn from each other.”

Mya goes on to say, it’s important to not judge a book by its cover. We’ve all got a past. “We all have different stories, different experiences, and different obstacles, so not only do I just watch and study, I also sit down and talk to people—strippers in general—to get their journey and back-story. I share a lot of the same walks and obstacles, and I saw myself relating to a lot of people that might appear broken. I’m always connecting with what society would label the outcasts and the weirdoes and the lost souls. It’s strange, but I’m learning myself just by talking with people.”

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