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Date Posted: 05:08:40 03/04/10 Thu
Author: dancer
Subject: I started after watching Lord of the dance, Riverdance etc, however alot of boys transfer because of older male rolemodels
In reply to: teacher 's message, "Why did you Join?" on 12:59:05 02/26/10 Fri

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[> My ds started at 6 (wanted to at 4) after watching Riverdance on PBS endlessly! Took me -- ecr mom to a ds & dd, 08:57:12 03/05/10 Fri [1]

2 years to convince hubby that ds would still be a "boy" & wouldn't turn gay just because of dancing.

He did go thru a slump at 11 and pulled himself up and practiced harder and then got to go to the O's at 12. Now he's the "senior boy" (how'd that happen) and he's got lots of girls around him all the time. Grew up with girls so can handle conversations with them. The lots of girls thing doesn't come into play until 13ish...

Our school has a boys only class once a week. All boys, all levels - the little guys are so darn cute.

If your school colours have PINK or purple in them, have the boys not wear those colours.

It's nice to see that you're trying. Talk to parents at your local Irish club. Bring the boys you have to all dance outs, give them a solo when you can. Give the boys a special dance at your school recitals. You have "crazy week" as I call it, showcase your boys in your dance outs. If you pass the hat, get your boys out there holding the hats, people will ask them questions, tell them that they were great! Good luck!

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