What Will They Say Next?
Pole dancing is growing so fast, it’s almost difficult to keep up. What stands out the most to this journalist, is how many different news outlets we have seen pole dancing being talked about. Does this mean we have made a break through? Are we almost there, to being recognized how we deserve to be? I’m not just talking about being recognized as a sport, but as a dance form, a legitimate activity, one that you may participate in without being judged incorrectly. The following are examples of Pole Dancing in the news, the good and the bad. But, remember, there is no such thing as bad publicity. The Times of India “Pole dance workout – It’s true that dancing sessions help you stay fit, but what is it with the pole? How does learning pole dance from fitness professionals help you lose weight? There’s nothing wrong with pole dancing if you enjoy it, but it’s not a great idea for a standard fitness routine.” Mail On-Line
“Cystic fibrosis sufferer recovers from double lung transplant to go back to work – as a POLE DANCING TEACHER
“Disgrace of the six drinking, pole-dancing primary school teachers who published the pictures on Facebook” Welwyn Hatfield Times 24 “A POLEDANCER from Welwyn Garden City will be seen wowing judges and host Davina McCall on a top TV dancing show on Sunday (December 8), and could scoop £250,000.” The Sun “GIRLS as young as SEVEN are being given pole dancing lessons, it emerged today.”
The Telegraph “Former exotic dancer Bobbi is building a pole dancing empire” Do you like that last one? We sure do! Every day, there is more than one person in the news writing an article and talking about pole dancing. Be assured, we are not just talking about poler’s writing about poler’s. These are people that have stumbled upon pole dancing and decided it was interesting enough to write about. We believe that it’s a sign, that pole dancing is getting bigger by the day, and the more people talk about it the better. Something I’ve come to learn over the years, is that people want to find things out for themselves. No matter what others say, even if it’s negative, it will be explored by the listener in some way. So, let’s say to those naysayers, keep talking! To the ones that are more positive, thank you so much for seeing the light!