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After the discovery of a two-way mirror allowing men to perve on women in a Glaswegian nightclub bathroom, Frances Brill argues that it is wrongheaded to focus on steering young people from clubbing to less alcohol-fuelled pursuits like theatre, since this does nothing to end the culture of exploitation and victimisation that remains in the clubs themselves.

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