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By DeActivated - / Saturday 4 May 2013 00:39 / United States
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I know how OP feels. Male dancer. I got over it after a while though and now use it to pick up women and ignore harassment. I do get called a fairy a lot though, despite being 6'4"

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Yes, definitely. Being a dancer is nothing to be ashamed of. When my friend was diagnosed a male dancer, he was proud of it and didn't let out affect his life in any way.

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I agree! Embrace your "not so cool" hobbies and you'll get less stick for it. When I tell people I still like to build stuff with lego in my spare time most are ok with it. Some people even think it's cool! And for the people who try to take the piss I remind them about my other hobbies - shooting and collecting knives. ;)

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Maybe it's where I'm from, but male dancers are incredibly popular here. Us female dancers go a bit crazy when we meet male dancers, because we can talk to a potential mate about something that inspires us. Plus they get to spend a lot time with a bunch of attractive females. Embrace it OP, if anyone has a problem with it who cares, it's their problem, not yours.

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What are you, an 11 year ild? I thought we got past the "faggot" insults by now, what with several countries legalizing same-sex marriage. Grow the fuck up.

By  kwyk

Just tell the chicks that "If a man doesn't know how to dance he doesn't know how to make love".

Embrace it! I'm ashamed that I don't like to dance, one of the reasons because I don't know how to, sucks because my bf would love to go dancing. Unless you're gay, you could surprise a girl (in a very good way) to go out dancing.

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Dicks, dicks everywhere. I really don't get why people think it's a good idea to taunt people that lift humans for a living.

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