Does the pole spin or the dancer?

Does the pole spin or the dancer?

What do they say? What do they look like? Does the dancer have long, dark hair of the sort I always imagined a pole dancer would have? Do they have any other special physical characteristics apart from long, dark hair and some long nails? Do they stand on the headboard, or do they balance on their feet? Do they dance with their arms wrapped around their legs, or with their arms held out or straight outwards? How quickly are their body parts rotated? Are the legs slightly bent? Are their arms straight or do they have curled fingers, in which case are they facing inwards and slightly outwards? Are there any features peculiar to the pole dancer that might make them stand out? In what way are they different from their opposite sex colleagues, or of their opposite sex peers? What do they eat? Are they vegetarian? Have they changed in any way over the years? In what way have their physical characteristics changed over the past 40 years? Are they a dancer or a dancer-dancer? Are they a dancer or a singer? What kind of music do they sing? What has changed or changed in their lifestyle over the years? Do they have any special interests or beliefs? What are their sexual, social or religious preferences? Are they a musician? Have they ever tried to make a living in the field of dance? Any unusual hobbies they’ve had? Does their dance have a life of its own? Do they still find it difficult to follow directions or the rhythm of a dance, if it’s been set to certain rhythms that they don’t understand? What changes do they make to their appearance at the end of a dance? (A note on the word ‘tune’: Many performers use the term ‘tune’ to refer to their body, i.e. their body and their body of work). There are two kinds of changes that are very important. They might be physical changes or body modifications in order for the dancer to ‘fit in’. If the performer’s dance moves are not ‘tuneable’ the performer will not perform at all. This is a very real thing and it can actually prove disastrous for the performer – in fact, it can actually be fatal. If a performer has a bad dance or a bad performance and has to quit or lose a major customer then they’ll be very unhappy. So, a performer who’s not used to dancing will be nervous when the work is completed. If he doesn’t ‘tune’ his body by working in certain patterns and rhythms then the body will