Do you remember the question you asked me when I first asked you for a job as a Pole Dancer at this club: Why do women have so much power when they are young?
Well, then you surely remember your answer: Because they have so little when they are old.
You still think like that? At the Vancouver Peace Summit 2009, the Dalai Lama said, “The world will be saved by the western woman.” And look at this:
Weakness, frailty and demure reticence are no longer sexy. What’s sexy now are flexibility and power. Innate power. The pole is a metaphor for self-sufficiency. What do we do on the pole after all, but support our own body weight, support ourselves while we flow and soar in organic, sensual feminine movement?
The pole is a masculine, okay I’ll say it, phallic symbol. It is sturdy and solid, and well, rigid. The pole dancer uses feminine energy to move around the pole. Leaning on the rigidity of the pole makes all those cool circular, spinning tricks possible.
– T. S. Valenzuela | Editor In Chief, VERTICAL
So why are you making me retire? Is it my age? My followers cannot tell how old I am… unless they try to estimate from my 2012 Miss World Online Pole Dance Championship. Do you think I’m “too old to pole”? Black women age beautifully! And I’m still the best at Presentation, Performance, and Tricks.
You want me to coach the Pole Dance Olympic Team? Shee-it. Is that another one of your fucking lousy jokes? Cause you aren’t funny.
And how much would that pay?
I make twice that.
Yes, yes I do. I’m Magdelisha! Magdelisha has some very important gentlemen followers and you know it.
And how much is this club… are you going to make off of me coaching an Olympic Team? Of course, so that’s why you are making me “retire”. I’ll go to another club, you motherfucker.”
Yes I will.
I will not “shut the fuck up”.
I swear I will walk out of here.
You motherfucker. Bitch, you wouldn’t. If you tell them what I really am… if you say you fired me for that they will kill me. If they kill me you lose too, Bitch.
Don’t act like you don’t care. I’ll tell them about both of us first!
OK, OK. Yes. I agree, I agree. Gawd A’mighty, what is wrong with us? We don’t need to persecute ourselves.
I have a Pole Dance routine I call Two Spirits that protests the notion of only men and women.
Yes. I liked that slogan at the conference in Winnipeg, too: “All Drums Welcome”.
You are the one who told me about the Hindu Hijra, neither men nor women, you know, and how the almighty god Krishna became a woman himself to marry that warrior, you know, who wanted a wife before he sacrificed himself to the gods.
Yes. Yes. I remember. Anne Fausto-Sterling did say it best in The Five Sexes.
I’m sorry, too.
Yes I do think it is funny. Shee-it. Look at the two of us. Around and around we go.
Whatever we are, I love you, too.
Follow This Link To My AMAZON.com SITE