You can dance in a number of ways, but most commonly, people dance to be seen and to get attention, whether it’s in a public space or private. This is especially true if you are a woman dancing under your breath, but there’s a lot more that happens in dance than just being seen or getting someone’s attention. The more people who see you dancing the more likely you are to be invited to dance. Many people also dance to make someone feel cool and comfortable. It can also be a way to share a bit of you with your partner. So if someone is really nice to you, and you are nice to them in return, it can be very appealing!
What does dance have to do with feminism?
I think most of us (or most of us in our communities, anyway) have a natural appreciation for the dance that gets us noticed, the dance that lets us feel like we are more than our clothes and looks. We may have even developed a sense of the art of that as a form of self-expression. But as a movement, dance can be a weapon, too. When you dance, you show that you have the physical and intellectual tools to tackle any challenge in life, whether it be sexism, racism, homophobia, poverty, economic injustice, or any combination of the above.
What are the main dangers in dance?
In traditional dance, there are a number of potential dangers — there is often a lot of competition and we dance to a beat you don’t like. However, some of us believe in dancing with our hearts, not our bodies, and that’s why no matter the way we dance, it’s not a chore or a job. It’s a spiritual experience, and we are all here to feel joy.
Is “Dance Week” a thing?
Yes! From time to time, dance week happens all over the world, but the most common is in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand (where I live). There are also events from all around the world.
Is this stuff feminist?
Yes, this is what we are all about. We are a feminist movement, and we will work towards changing how women are seen and seen in dance. This can happen through dances, through events, or through creating movements that highlight the ways that women are seen and treated in this society.
Why should people dance or attend dance week?
This question has become increasingly important in the last