Bar hostesses, also known as “club girls,” often face significant challenges when it comes to their labor rights. Many are employed as independent contractors rather than full-time employees, which can leave them without basic protections such as health insurance, paid time off, and unemployment benefits. In addition, these workers are frequently subjected to long hours, low pay, and sexual harassment from customers and even their employers. There is a growing movement to improve working conditions for bar hostesses and other hospitality workers, BHESP pushes for fair labor practices, including fair wages, protection against harassment and discrimination, and recognition of these workers as employees rather than independent contractors. Ensuring that bar hostesses are treated fairly and with respect is an important step toward achieving greater equality and justice for all workers.