director-clipartCurrent Director

Sammee Matthews is a plush veteran in the SSBBW (Super-Size Big Beautiful Woman) adult film industry for novelty merchandise, and the first SSBBW entertainer to have multiple legal, licensed plus-size strip club and lifestyle events in Las Vegas (i.e., Thick Sundaes and 69 Shades of Sundaes).

She appeared in an international documentary on the genre called “Fat for Cash” and on the front page of the Huffington Post for her contributions and collaborations on books, counter top media and billboards in the UK.

Assistant Director

Julia Juggs is a Latina BBW adult performer, burlesque dancer, and model. She was awarded Webcam Model of the Year in 2013. Julia is a local Sex Workers rights Activist in Sin City.

There are many things to love about this all natural Latin lover, but the most important quality this voluptuous pin-up model has to offer is a true best friend with a very big heart.

Past Directors

Lisa M. is a longtime activist for and ally to sex workers. Lisa has been a passionate supporter of the legal and moral rights of sex workers. She advocates on behalf of decriminalization and other industry issues.

Lisa has a B.S. in Human Resources and Family Studies from the University of Illinois. She also attended the Body Mind College in San Diego, where she studied holistic health. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys running, spending time with family and friends and pampering her Dachshunds.

Jennifer Reed served as co-director for 2014 after being an active member since 2008 shortly after moving to Las Vegas to attend graduate school. She is a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas focusing on gender, sexuality & sex work; social and environmental justice; politics, law & social policy; and social movements/social change.

Jennifer’s life experiences as a teenage mother in an Appalachian county in Ohio and erotic dancer began her quest to understand the intersections of gender, sexuality and economic injustices. She is a proud mom, grandma, and scholar-activist for social justice.

Jenny Heineman

Susan Lopez, founding member