One former stripper is making it her life’s work to go into strip clubs, not to ogle or dance, but to evangelize.
Jaime Hindman, 35, is hoping to save women’s bodies and souls. She founded the group called “Divine” in Orange County, California. The group is part of a nationwide network of like-minded ministries called “Strip Church.”
Hindman admits she’s not exactly Mother Theresa, “but where did Jesus hang out?” she asked. “Who is going to go back and love these girls? Someone’s gotta do it.”
“Nightline” followed Hindman and her group through a night of club hopping, not to party but to distribute care packages to strippers.
Hindman worked as a stripper for three years and ended up with zero self-esteem, hating men. She said she was raped by one of her customers and claims “100 percent” of strippers are sexually assaulted or raped on the job. Now she spends Saturday nights stuffing pink paper bags with sugary treats, nail polish, makeup and and Christian literature in hopes to win over other dancers.