Pole dancing? Yes, “caña,” as the activity is known in her home country of Argentina. “I started (pole dancing) because I was in a crisis,” Morales told Fox News Latino in a phone interview from Buenos Aires. “I had just separated from my husband and I wanted to break my normal routine.”
The year was 2007 and pole dancing was sort of a taboo in Argentina, a top criticism being that it was seen as an erotic dance objectifying women and not a sport or fitness activity.
- ‘Grandmother of Pole Dancing’ (latino.foxnews.com)
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- Pole dancing is not just for strip clubs: this street pole dancer uses lamp posts and street signs (walesonline.co.uk)
- Exercise and expression (wiscnews.com)