I understand and share your daughter's anger, but it might have been better directed at the people who hired the dancers, not the dancers themselves. I feel confident that none of the (female) dancers were motivated by the desire to hurt other women; probably they just wanted to support themselves and had few other options, in part because of sexual discrimination. Blaming women for accepting jobs as exotic dancers and booth babes is approximately as sensible as blaming newly freed slaves for taking jobs as sharecroppers.
I wanted to avoid putting more responsibility on the victims of harassment, which is why I focused on convincing the people in power - conference organizers - to change.
If you'd like to learn more about this topic and at the same time read one of the top living writers in the English language, I recommend any of Margaret Atwood's novels, but especially "The Handmaiden's Tale" and "The Blind Assassin." You're welcome!