pole dancing


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pole dancing

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(Dancing) a form of entertainment in which a scantily dressed woman dances erotically, turning on and posing against a vertically fixed pole on a stage
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Bosses at the Fairmile Grange home in Christchurch, Dorset, defended the entertainment, saying the residents had 'wanted something a bit different', had specifically asked for pole dancing and enjoyed the show.
IT MAY have started in strip clubs but pole dancing has shed its seedy image to become a trendy way to exercise.
When it comes to pole dancing it's best to leave your preconceptions at the door, says reporter Tony Earnshaw.
The actress has gripped movie goers with her action, humour and pole dancing, which touted her as a visual delight in the action comedy.
The new trend has led to fitness centres here offering mixed gender classes in barre and pole dancing.
Not a lot of people know that Karylle is actually a ballet dancer, but pole dancing is something she never thought of trying, as she feels it is just not for her.
Champion pole dancer Tracy Hancock, from Rhosneigr, believes the railway station in Bangor is the ideal location for her fitness studio - with commuters encouraged to try out pole dancing, aerial hoop, acro and aerial yoga.
OU'VE heard of pole dancing - well this is POOL pole dancing.
THE country's best university pole dancing club is gearing up for its second ever 24-hour charity poleathon.
I was approached by Channel 5, who wanted to film a pole dancing date for a couple featured on Strip Date," she explained.
This Morning caused outrage after showing eight-year-olds pole dancing, despite their parents claiming it was just good fun.
ANGRY viewers yesterday slammed daytime TV show This Morning for showing young girls pole dancing in the studio.