Having been raised in an all woman household, taking care of No.1 was not unfamiliar, and the values of strength and independence were part of our daily discourse. The notion of a woman taking charge of her own life, providing for herself, while also supporting a family, was ingrained deep into our DNA.
When you imagine the sequence a lingerie waitress’s life might follow, I’m sure most of you might expect that she would get into this line of work young and naive and then, after a few years of growing up, settle down and get a “real” job. For me though, my life has been the exact opposite.
Our girls just seem to pop up everywhere! Watch one of our alumni Sex Bombs work the pole to this banger of a song.
When I started my employment with Sex Bomb Promotions in 2005, working my way up to becoming one of Sydney’s top showgirls – I never thought I’d end up being made redundant from the career I worked so hard to build because it has been classed as ‘non-essential’ during a worldwide pandemic.
After being chained to a desk and working 9-5 pm for over 7 years I realised I was sad… the kind of sad that made me cry hysterically on the way to work on a Monday morning. I decided to go back to school and start the long road of changing industries.
Check out this promo video for Jen’s old clothing line “Inappropriate Apparel”.
There’s this thing called Rule 34, which states that “if you can think of it, there’s porn of it”. Rule 34 has been around since like 10BCE (Before Covid Era).
Listen to boss lady Jen’s old radio show! In this episode she talks about strip club closures and sex in strange places with host Boston on Bondi Beach Radio.
Okay, so, I may not be a bikini waitress, dancer, or ‘’Sex Bomb girl’’ but I have worked in this industry for almost eight years. Mostly behind the scenes, doing some of the nitty, gritty office jobs. The highly important stuff. The stuff that keeps the ball rolling and the industry afloat.
13 years our Sex Bombs graced the stage of the iconic Oxford Tavern in Petersham, Sydney… our sexy strippers had one last swing around that old pole before they shut up shop.
Go back in time to the evening of “The Last Dance” in 2013 when they closed their doors for good.