Opinions are Great, But Where Are the Solutions?
are people out there that have taken other industries to a new plataeu. We are not the only industry to have been born out an unlikely, underground place. Skateboarding, hip-hop, burlesque… the list could go on. So you want to see something different happening here? You want rules and regulations to be better somehow? Opinions are great, but where are the solutions. Better yet, when the opinions are placed, what about doing it in a tactful way, with out pointing fingers, with out using foul language. Let’s try to remain professional here. After all, isn’t the point to be taken seriously?
that put pole above all else in their lives. For the live stream events that MFEO.tv produces, one of the ways we prepare is by sending out questionnaires to the competitors. One of the questions on there is “What hurdles have you had to overcome preparing for this event?”. You know what the number one answer is? The following is a paraphrased sentence… “Finding the time to practice, sacrificing time with my family and work in order to choregraph and train for this event”. That is just the competitors! Could you imagine what the event producer goes through putting on these events? These people are not making bundles of money on these events, if anything, they are losing money! They put on these events to create a platform for pole dancers, and guess what?!, sometimes they don’t get everything exactly the way everyone else thinks it should be done. The point is, they are doing it! You got a problem with it? Then do it yourself!
are, we don’t need someone telling us. We all know there are problems too. But there is only a handful of people trying to do something about it. Solutions by more polers would be much more helpful in rectifying what others may deep inappropriate, unaccommodating or cheap by their own standards. Solutions in the form of a professional email, a well written blog post or some sort of organized PDF document that would be sent out to event organizers, associations or maybe even a pole community media company (hint hint), now that would go a long way.