I can see why that was important for this piece, I can see that to try and address the motivations of both the people in the videos and the consumers of such would be a lot to tackle in one performance.
The split in feminism stemming from the 80s demonstrates this; the queer-feminist movement differentiates itself by being sex-positive.
Lib Fems are trying to incorporate the needs and views of sex-workers in to modern feminism, some believing that the decriminalisation of sex work is the best way to tackle the misogyny and sexism in those industries.
This brought visibility to things that were being hidden by studio spaces.
A festival that embraces otherness and celebrates the celebrities of the queer world is not an inherently bad thing like the afore-mentioned.
Seedy fully clothed men ogling at naked women is generally what comes to mind when thinking of strip clubs.