— Our featured content explores stories that connect the dots between the Pole community and the rest of the world. From kids who pole to what it’s like to be in love with a Pole Dancer, we discuss it here.
This month, we are going back to our childlike ways. We are In Living Color: Drawing Outside of the Lines. We are releasing our inhibitions and tapping back into our inner child. Welcome to our playground!
When we teach children that hopping on a pole is dirty and shameful, that is what they know. When we teach children that pole is just as normal as yoga or gymnastics, that is what they know.” Mama, writer, and community organizer Clarise Amala speaks on her 8-year old daughter’s love for pole dancing.
Poletry in Motion catches up with six couples who are here to answer the question, "What's it really like to be in love with a pole dancer?" Together, they take us on a journey of pole, love, and what they wished the world knew about pole dancers.
Life is rich with new beginnings. From the moment we arrive earthside we are challenged with the act of beginning. Yet there are no beginnings as powerful as the ones we create for ourselves. Join us as we journey to explore the Beautiful Emergence.
“I want people to know my truth and have the opportunity to shape my own narrative. I have an art that I want to share with the world. I’m proud of what I do.” In the midst of an abundance of public opinion and scrutiny, Kandice Mason, a teacher fired for pole dancing, is taking control of her own narrative.
At Poletry in Motion, we are rejecting outdated ideas about pole dancing that do not accurately represent us. We are saying no more and declaring our own identities. Join the movement in defining ourselves for ourselves!