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Why is the Pole Community Being Targeted?

Why is the Pole Community Being Targeted?

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Written by Susan Kim By now, most of us in the pole community have heard about the purging of hashtags regularly used by pole dancers. I have posted and re-posted about this issue as I have tried to sort out why this is happening to us. While reading different social media feeds on the topic,
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Poling for two

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Written by Olive Avira 2018 was a whirlwind! I was getting over a broken collarbone and a bout of being sick when my husband and I found out the most amazing new of our lives. The morning of August 4th, I woke up feeling pretty terrible, but was determined to cheer on my students at
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New Amputee Poler

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Written by Andrew Gregory I discovered pole late,I was 44, had no movement experience and hadn’t exercised for about 15 years,I couldn’t even touch my toes. It had been 15 years since a motorcycle accident left me with terrible damage to my lower left leg. Fourteen operations had succeeded in me keeping my leg, but
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PoleTech.us

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After years of being in the pole world and learning many things from even the most obscure corners of the pole world, I created a website to help me utilize my experience for the sake of others in the pole world. I created PoleTech to be a central hub for my specific fortés in the
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My AnthroPOLEgy

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Written by Elly LeBlanc My AnthroPOLEgy is the story of an older woman who finally took the opportunity to try something she’d always wanted to do. Pole dancing. Not only did she surprise herself by sticking with it, pole dance moved her toward doing something else she’d always wanted to do. Write her first book!
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The Seven Stages of Doing A Pole Dance Competition

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Written by Carolina A After signing up for three competitions, getting into two of them, performing at both in the space of less than a month and going through the most shambolic competition experience one could ever imagine, this year I’ve become way too familiar with the various stages of happiness, denial and pure hatred
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I’m Fat, I’m Old, and I Found Myself on a Pole by Kelly Maglia

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Written by Kelly Maglia Ok, perhaps that’s a bit much. I suppose I’m more accurately called plump, and I’m not exactly an octogenarian. But in our youth and body-obsessed culture, it’s hard not to feel like a whale or an over-the-hill caboose at 30, let alone 40. And yet, one night several years ago, at
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Soldiers of Pole by Antonia Crane

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Written by Antonia Crane I can’t tell you about the first time I began pole dancing because it was a very long time ago and I was on drugs. Probably I slid down the pole in a borrowed, frizzy red wig to an unnervingly sad Nina Simone song about bring broke and broken. I’m sure
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From Survivor to Thriver by Jen Parker

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Written by Jen Parker For 13 years, I was told that I wasn’t enough. I was told how to act, what music to listen to and what to wear. I was told to have the pillows on the couch a certain way and how to fold socks so that they make a little ball or
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Everything hurts but I’m not dying… by Frances Ann

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Written by Frances Ann I started my pole journey later in life, at age 45. Having a strong fitness background, it came pretty easily to me and I was excited about how quickly I was progressing! I started competing, and soon worked my way up to professional competitions. I was so proud and honored to
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