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'''Rocket Queen''' was written by Janet and lasted for two issues. The first issue told about Janet’s experiences stripping in North Carolina. Sections were ''"Why do people strip?"'', ''"Sacred Whore vs. Degraded Object"'', ''"a look at strip joint customers"'' as well as advice to girls starting out in the business. The second issue was about stripping in New Orleans and the sociology involved. It contained a history of sex work in New Orleans. It also contained a resource guide to clubs in New Orleans from a dancer’s perspective.  
 
'''Rocket Queen''' was written by Janet and lasted for two issues. The first issue told about Janet’s experiences stripping in North Carolina. Sections were ''"Why do people strip?"'', ''"Sacred Whore vs. Degraded Object"'', ''"a look at strip joint customers"'' as well as advice to girls starting out in the business. The second issue was about stripping in New Orleans and the sociology involved. It contained a history of sex work in New Orleans. It also contained a resource guide to clubs in New Orleans from a dancer’s perspective.  
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Rocket Queen was a perzine written in North Carolina and New Orleans.

Rocket Queen was written by Janet and lasted for two issues. The first issue told about Janet’s experiences stripping in North Carolina. Sections were "Why do people strip?", "Sacred Whore vs. Degraded Object", "a look at strip joint customers" as well as advice to girls starting out in the business. The second issue was about stripping in New Orleans and the sociology involved. It contained a history of sex work in New Orleans. It also contained a resource guide to clubs in New Orleans from a dancer’s perspective.