Sex & Gender

Got Questions? Famed Miami Stripper Skrawberry Has Your Answers

You remember Skrawberry. She's one of the strippers who crashed Morning Joe's set last month (along with her friend an colleague Tip Drill who, Skrawberry reports, is expected to make an impressive recovery).

Miss Skraw was also kind enough to provide us with her reactions to the Republican presidential candidates during their stint in Florida. And they were so spot-on that we wondered: What other wisdom lurks behind that long, blonde hair?

So we're introducing Skrawberry Jam, an advice column by none other than Skrawberry herself. And we need your advice-seeking questions to make it happen.

You know how advice columns work: You send us your questions, and Skrawberry offers her insights. And no topic is too taboo. Wanna know what goes on behind the scenes at King of Diamonds? Ask away. Need help with your relationship troubles? Skrawberry's on the case. Just can't decide who to choose in your office's Oscars pool? Send in your concerns.

All questions will be published anonymously -- if you don't sign your

query with a funny fake name, we'll make one up for you. Cultist also

reserves the right to edit your question for clarity and/or

entertainment's sake. You'll just have to trust us on that one.

In response, Skrawberry will lay down some life lessons on a weekly basis. Everybody wins.

So send your questions to [email protected]. And stay tuned for the first installment of Skrawberry Jam -- coming soon.

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Ciara LaVelle is New Times' former arts and culture editor. She earned her BS in journalism at Boston University and moved to Florida in 2004. She joined New Times' staff in 2011.
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