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Cheltenham Festival stripper and porn star lifts lid on boozy race parties

Cheltenham Festival is a gold mine for strippers says a UK porn star returning for 2020.

24-year-old Emily Blake ditched her desk job for an exciting new career in the adult entertainment industry after becoming bored with office work.

In less than two years Emily has built a huge following through an Onlyfans account with each subscriber paying £10 per month to watch her perform porn online.

Cheltenham, however, is the one time of the year that her fans can watch her strip off live because the money dancers can make is too good to miss.

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Emily from Tamworth said: “I only started stripping a year ago on and off so last year was my first ever time I did it in Cheltenham.

“I worked there for three nights from Wednesday to Friday which were some of the best nights and memories I have.

“The money is so much better at Cheltenham week, I rarely bother dancing at any other events as it seems pointless.

“In just the three nights I worked last time, I made thousands.

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“You get a lot more cash at Cheltenham because you get guys who think they’re from Wolf of Wall Street.”

Aside from horse racing, the annual week-long event in Gloucestershire is renowned for its wild booze-fuelled parties.

Each year punters from across the UK flock to Cheltenham, hoping to cash in big from a flutter at the bookies before splurging their winnings on saucy strip shows.

But with just two venues licensed by Cheltenham Borough Council for sexual entertainment, competition between erotic dancers to land a shift is fierce.

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Dancers must secure work months in advance with the limited places offered by sexual entertainment company, Eroticats in high demand.

Emily continued: “You have to book in straight away when they email you in January time – it’s that popular.

“If you don’t respond on that exact day you most likely won’t be able to get booked in.”

Despite there being just two venues for the entertainment, there is little chance revellers will go home disappointed.

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“There are loads of us, I think there was at least 150 to 200 girls in the Two Pigs alone last year.”

Pressure has risen over the years from Cheltenham campaign groups which argue that stripping both de-values women and heightens the risk of sexual assault.

The local council says it always listens to opposition but it is beyond their power to ban sexual entertainment during Cheltenham Festival.

Louis Krog, licensing team leader, said: “The council deals with applications on their individual merits including giving opportunity for objectors to put their views forward before any decisions are made by the licensing committee.

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“For the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, two applications for licensed sexual entertainment venues were received by the council.

"We are aware that other clubs will offer sexual entertainment during the week but these will not require a licence under the legislation as they are infrequently held.

“Due to the nature of the legislation that permits infrequent sexual entertainment to be unlicensed, it is not within the council’s remit to ban sexual entertainment during the races.”

Emily does not see a problem with women choosing to strip for work but thanks to the internet her and others in the industry no longer rely on employment by nightclubs.

She explained: “I don’t get why feminists etc argue about stripping, personally.

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“Everyone I know that does it loves the job, no one I know is forced into it.

“There is 100% a link between a shortage of strip club opportunities and the rise in Onlyfans accounts.

“I have Onlyfans myself and make enough to the point where I don’t even need to dance, I just do it because I enjoy it, I get to meet people and obviously it’s good to have more money.”

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