Dita Von Teese respects strippers of all forms

Dita Von Teese respects strippers


In an interview with contactmusic.com The burlesque dancer doesn’t distinguish between her raunchy strip teases and performances by pole dancers and says they are all related.

She says that she worked in strip clubs, as did most of those that were at the forefront of the burlesque revival in the early 1990s, and I’m not ashamed to say it. I respect strippers of all forms. I wouldn’t be where I am today if I hadn’t wandered into a strip club and wanted to know more about striptease history. I’ve always been able to admire what makes a dancer an individual, whether it’s really raunchy or tame.”

Over 60 years of the Crazy Horse Paris.

Dita also revealed she thinks stripping can be ”elegant”, it just depends on how it is done.

She told Collector’s Weekly magazine: ”In my opinion, elegance has nothing to do with ”how much” is shown and far more to do with the way one presents herself. I’ve seen beautiful, highly erotic, nearly pornographic shows that are more elegant than some burlesque acts. You can’t equate the degree of nudity or suggestion, it’s all about the overall way it’s done.” ‘I go to strip clubs specifically to watch how powerful women are

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