(WASHINGTON TIMES) — On one side of the fence are women in habits and wimples who have taken vows of poverty, chastity and obedience.
On the other side of that fence, if a developer gets his way, will be women in G-strings in the business of nudity, dollars and prurience.
The scene for the clash between these two competing visions of femininity is a retirement home for nuns in Chicago’s western suburbs, which is scheduled to have soon as a neighbor a giant $3 million strip club.
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Get It gentlemen’s club is on track to open this spring in the 5,000-resident village of Stone Park, Ill., just feet from the Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo’s retirement home.