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Welcome to 'Ballet Boys' a place for boys who love to dance, and their parents or carers (or anyone else who supports and encourages boys who want to dance).

Subject: Boys become Ballerinas


Author:
Lilly
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Date Posted: 13:15:13 06/29/15 Mon

Little background information: A friend of mine (12 year old boy) started doing ballet, he is in an all-boys class and all of them wear a white tshirt and black boys balletleggings with black slippers.
I wanted to see how the training was because I wanted to join the balletstudio as well.
When I arrived there I saw that the second-year-boys where still seperated from the girls class but they all wore a black leotards with white tights and white sippers! They were clearly girls leos, tights and slippers!
Then I realised that another even more advanced group of girls are not actually only girls but boys and girls! And they are in the same class with the same outfit: bright pink leo, pink tights and pink slippers!
Some of the boys even wore skirts and their hair in a bun!
What do you think about that? And should I still join? It seems like they are turning the boys into pretty little ballerinas as well...
And what about point shoes later?

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Subject: Thong leotards for boys


Author:
Chas
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Date Posted: 21:44:55 06/29/15 Mon

For anyone not familiar with boy's leotards and where to get them, I wanted to share two sources where I have bought mine from. The first is Wear Moi. They make several different styles of thong leotards for boys, tank top, short sleaved with snaps at the bottom and even long sleaved. I have two of the short sleaved kind. At the top they look just like a boy's compression shirt, but there is a thong leotard bottom attached with snaps that join the front and back. The thong bottom fits tight between the buns and feels amazing.
The other brand is Arabesque UK. They make a tank style leotard. These are so nice. I have several of them as well. They are very form fitting.
Both brands make thong leotards for boys in the smallest sizes to fit beginner boys and up to adult men.

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Subject: Reluctant dancers


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Jessica
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Date Posted: 13:00:07 04/26/15 Sun

Hi everyone

I was just wondering if any of the other parents on here had a boy who at least initially was a bit reluctant to do ballet? I ask because when I did ballet there was one boy in the whole school and he danced for three years, starting when he was 12. He used to complain to me that he hated it, because he was teased by everyone at our school about it, but his single mother insisted on it. Eventually when he was 15 she allowed him to stop but all through high school he was teased and as far as I know he never had a girlfriend. Does anyone else know of a boy who had a similar experience?

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Subject: Pretty Ballerina


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Lilly
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Date Posted: 07:04:14 06/02/15 Tue

Hello everyone!
I am new here and I just wanted to ask if you have any suggestions for me:
I am an 18 year old boy and would love to start doing ballet but I am not brave enough to tell me parents...
and now for my question: would it be smart to do ballet? I want to get graceful and want to look pretty while doing it! Sweet, cute and pretty!
So if i should start with ballet do you have any suggestions on my outfit/clothes/accessoires and so on?
Thanks so much for answers!

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Subject: Hello everyone


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Marion
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Date Posted: 07:29:03 04/06/15 Mon

I'm so happy that I found this forum. Our son, Ronnie, is very similar to many of the boys mentioned here. He really enjoys his ballet class and is now quite happy to wear his "uniform". At the request of his teacher we got him a Rago 801 thong to wear under his tights. As mentioned it really does give him a nice smooth look.

We have just started encouraging him to wear panties under his jeans during the day and he is so proud of them.

I enjoy reading the postings and knowing that we are among friends. Hugs, Marion

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Subject: Regulation Uniform


Author:
Laura
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Date Posted: 14:08:16 02/25/15 Wed

Our DS Robert is eleven and very keen on ballet. He's passed the Imperial Society exams up to grade three and now on to grade four, where he's learning to dance en pointe. Needless to say I'm so proud of him!

A year ago, we had to move with my husband's job, so we found a new school in the area for Robert and also a new dancing school. The dancing school he's at now is excellent and a higher standard than the previous school. There's a grade four class which is ideal and he's settled in perfectly.

Strangely though he's the only boy in the dancing school - out of 200 girls!! There seems to be a stigma amongst boys about doing ballet, particularly where we live. I feel for him sometimes, but he doesn't seem to mind.

The dancing school has a strict uniform policy and provides its own uniform, which for grade four is a black sleeveless leotard and pink ballet tights. Strangely the Principal said that Robert has to wear this, including a headband. He actually likes it, although as you can imagine, it makes him look like one of the girls. Now I've got used to it myself, I think its great fun and I love walking with him to ballet already changed. He has a little cross over cardigan over his leotard and he looks so lovely.

I know it's a bit odd, but does anyone else out there know of a boy who wears a leotard and tights like this?

Lol Laura x

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Subject: Older ballet boy


Author:
Danny
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Date Posted: 05:05:31 04/27/15 Mon

I have just found this message board and wanted to congratulate the Ladies on here for encouraging their sons to do ballet and become more feminine. I am now 29 and am taking ballet lessons which I wished I had started when I was younger. I go to public lessons at one of the well known dance studios here in London. I have always been attracted to ballet because of the femininity associated with it but lacked the courage or the encouragement of my family to take lessons when I was younger. I have been dancing for about a year and my ballet clothes have become increasingly feminine in that time much to the delight of the girls who regularly attend my class. I really love dancing ballet and the feelings I get when I am dancing are simply the best!

It makes me really happy to read about teenage boys taking ballet lessons and wearing tights and leotards to class and being encouraged to do so by their Mothers. If only I had had a Mother like that...

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Subject: The Prancing Elites


Author:
Patti
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Date Posted: 18:18:23 04/21/15 Tue

This is just AWESOME!!! The Prancing Elites, and All Male Cheerleading and Dance Team will be on their own TV Series starting tomorrow, Wednesday, April 22nd @ 10:00. For all mothers that like seeing their sons in Ballet, this is an Awesome Team of Feminine Male Role Models. They are Beautiful, dancing around in the Cute Cheerleading Outfits with shimmery pantyhose and Patent Leather boots. Would LOVE to hear what the mothers on this board think of these modern Men!!

Here is a Link:

https://www.oxygen.com/the-prancing-elites-project/photos/meet-the-prancing-elites/item/403556

Patti

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Subject: Playing Dressup With My Boy


Author:
KathyW
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Date Posted: 08:11:56 04/16/15 Thu

I had such a fun day I wanted to share. My niece Amy stayed here after school while my sister went on a date. I knew she'd get bored so I suggested that she bring her girliest clothes over and dress up my son Randy.

We started by having him put on a pair of sheer white pantyhose, then come back to the living room. I put a bra on him and Amy dressed him in a pink miniskirt and white belly shirt. Then she painted his nails pink while I did his makeup. I went all the way glam, heavy shadow and sparkly lipstick. He looked so gorgeous.

He spent the rest of the evening that way, he was so cute with his pantyhosed legs crossed while watching Disney Channel. When bedtime came, he wore the hose and Amy's yellow satin nightie to sleep in.

My son is so amazing. He is a beautiful dancing pantyhosed and lipsticked boy and I will keep him that way forever.

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Subject: ballet boys dancing in feminine tights panty hose and tutus


Author:
dicky johnson (bright yellow star)
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Date Posted: 22:35:39 10/24/14 Fri

I thought that my boys 10 and 15 were the only ones who love to wear tights / panty hose when doing ballet ...their teacher says quite a few do and she promotes it....tutus also. They love feminine outfits and mostly bright colors...but wear white most of the time especially when performing in front of groups public/private..they were sort of reluctant at first but after a large ovation every thing changed and their fear changed to bursting pride and would love to dance on school stage but our uptite society would reject that or would they ? We send our regards to all boys and their parents who promote feminine dancing where ever you are in the world thank you a big big hug from DICKY.STEPHEN and JOHNNY to you !!!!

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Subject: A nice addition to a boy's ballet uniform


Author:
Chas
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Date Posted: 21:33:50 03/10/15 Tue

For any boys in ballet that like wearing thong bottom dance belts under their tights,there is something else you could get him that he may also like. At first it may seem strange, but wearing a butt plug under a thong dance belt is really a nice feeling when you are dancing. A very small sized one made of soft rubber would be a great way to start a boy being plugged. Lubricant of course is a necessity. You can start him wearing it at home for short periods of time until he gets used to it and later send him off to dance class with his bottom plugged.

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Subject: Getting My Son Used To It


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Kathy W
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Date Posted: 16:21:38 01/31/15 Sat

Hello everyone, I'm happy to have found this forum.

My 11 year old son started ballet classes right after Xmas. I pulled him out of sports because it made him too angry and ballet seems like a perfect substitute. Great exercise and hopefully the calmer, feminine atmosphere will sink in for him. My niece is in the same class so that helps as well.

The instructor and I discussed his dancewear and we both thought that he should dress like the girls do, in black leotards and white tights. I think he's so adorable, but he's still being grumpy about it. He's participating in class but he's pouty and it's a fight to get him dressed every time.

How can I get past his resistance to his new pretty clothes? I'm thinking of making him wear tights or pantyhose around the house until he gets used to it. Is this a good idea or is there a better way to improve his attitude?

Thanks so much for any help!

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