This is both an action call and a wonderful documentary produced by Julia Query. It's the story of the strippers and peep show dancers at the Lusty Lady in San Francisco who, angered by unfair and discriminatory treatment by management, form the Exotic Dancers Union and proceed to (successfully!) fight for their rights.
It's a great movie about labor rights and provides a lot of insight into the sex industry. For example, most of the strippers in the club had college degrees and were obviously intelligent, articulate women, but found they could support themselves by showing their bodies when they couldn't through using their minds. These women are not bimbos, victims, or nymphomaniacs--they are strong, intelligent women in charge of their bodies and their lives.
I highly recommend this film. One caution--it's unrated, but there are plenty of naked women in the film (hey, these women get naked for a living, after all), and some fairly explicit references. If you want to know more, the website for the film is http://www.livenudegirlsunite.com . If you're wondering, the site does include stills from the film, but none of them are nude shots.