Watch NSFW Last And Final Episode of Doc Web Series 'P.O.P.' (Boo Hoo...)

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by Sergio
February 13, 2013 4:56 PM
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So here it is folks. What you've been dreading. Of course I'm speaking to the guys...

Here's the fourth and last episode of Atlanta-based filmmaker Artemus Jenkins' documenatry web series P.O.P., which chronicles the lives of exotic dancers (much better word than stripper) at the Magic City club in his hometown.

As Jenkins says, his reason for "doing it was to put a more human side to a group that many people often misconceive as a low life group of women. It may or may not change people's views, but I, at least, wanted to delve into their world a bit so that we all could have a better understanding of the culture."

He's now currently at work on a new web series which he says will be "interesting." Can't wait.

And by the way, if there are any women filmmakers out there who have a web series about black male strippers we'll post that too. We're equal opportunity here.

To watch episode one go HERE, episode two go HERE and three go HERE.

Here's the last one.

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  • Lvflg | February 14, 2013 3:03 AMReply

    same story - different faces. it obviously comes down to economics! Stripping is not career building but it pays the bills. there are those who have made enormous sums of money-who got in and got out! Stripping is a part of the sex business - so if one strips - why not adult films - why not prostitution etc....on and on and on....
    Again it can work if a girl gets in and then gets out! There will always been an endless supply of "girls"....

  • Troy | February 19, 2013 6:14 PM

    Now let's relate that to the big picture. Working in the fast food industry is rarely career building and doesn't allow most to pay the bills. Fast food also kills people, sex is natural fast food isn't. Most blue collar workers struggle to grasp the few dignities allowed them at their jobs. However being adorned and lusted after by the rich and famous are not included with collar jobs. The food and business service industry is full of "pink collar jobs," jobs for attractive women. Hostess, waitresses, assistants, presenters, and many more don't pay as well as the average exotic dancer from an upscale club can earn yearly. Manufacturing jobs pollute the Earth. Banks and insurance companies are corrupt. Teachers are getting paid not to teach but to cheat on tests for kids. Universities makes millions on the backs of young men. Doctors and lawyers spend most of their careers in mounting debt. What is a noble profession? What is a commendable career? Not all the strippers in the world will be responsible for as many deaths as Barack has been already.

  • Nia | February 14, 2013 12:09 AMReply

    Not the best executed documentary I've ever seen, but I was definitely intrigued. I always wanted to know more. Thanks for sharing these.

  • Artemus Jenkins | February 14, 2013 9:57 AM

    Thanks for the feedback, if you and others are intrigued and/or entertained I'm happy.

  • ALM | February 13, 2013 6:45 PMReply

    I have learned a lot from this series about the women's back stories. My concern with this episode is that Pebbles looks really young, too young to be in that world.

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