A Girl Who Was So Big

A Goddess Who Was So Bigger than standard

One of the oldest undress clubs in Vegas, the Palomino is well off the beaten tourist trail. ‘coz it is with out Vegas city limits, they can serve liquor and have full nudity. For a hardly any years in the early ’90s, this was the headquarters of gogo dancer Platinum Peaks. When Platinum was headlining there, the atmosphere was in many ways a recreation of burlesque, complete with a slavemaster of ceremonies, an old-school comedian named Artie Brooks.

Platinum, who was born in Canada into a family of all brothers, had, in so many ways, that topmost stripper look. The mountainous, augmented, nicely shaped love melons. The stunning worthy looks. The golden-haired mane. The lengthy, buxom, hyper-flexible legs that this babe could wrap around the back of her neck. The great arse. In other words, a real head-spinner even in a city packed with sexy women.

“I was a Tomboy growing up with all bucks,” Platinum told a Las Vegas Sun newspaperman doing a story about her. Her father was a logger.

Platinum did very little photo-modeling, for whatever reason, and none of what that babe did was particularly explicit, just wonderful, hot stripped posing. John Graham and his team filmed her whilst visiting the west coast to shoot big-boobed adult models.

A dancer for ten years previous to moving to Las Vegas, Platinum also performed one midnight display six nights a week in 1992 at “So Greater than typical Burlesque,” a recreation of 50s-style burlesque, during the time that still appearing at the Palomino.

“So Big” was presented in the showroom of the now-defunct Vegas World Hotel & Casino (the Stratosphere Tower stands there now). After a hardly any months, Platinum was replaced by aged buster and porn star Patty Plenty as the huge-breasted headliner. Another small in number months later in 1993, “So Big” folded totally. It was a pleasure, effortless unveil but it could not draw a crowd. The popularity of burlesque in Las Vegas was over. By ’95, Platinum was gone from the Palomino and the super-stacked scene.

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