Pole Dancing

(redirected from pole dancers)
Also found in: Dictionary.
Related to pole dancers: Pole dancing
A sensual form of exotic dancing which is performed around a fixed vertical pole. Pole dancing is a legitimate form of exercise and can be used for aerobic and anaerobic workouts
Injuries Falls, concussions, paralysis
References in periodicals archive ?
The pole dancers are also waiting to hear from the Guinness World Records whether their event is worthy of a record.
When not competing, Kate, who lives in Harrogate, teaches pole dancers around the world.
Tao said that though sometimes people make fun of a male pole dancer, he still loves the dance that has changed his life.
I constantly get phone calls from pole dancers," said Edward, who lives on Newcastle Quayside.
Allison, 24, said: "Both Christina and I have worked as pole dancers and it's great fun.
The celeb bomb exploded Sunday night at Jeremy Scott's aptly dubbed ``Sex-ibition,'' a show that looked more like a Hollywood bachelor party, featuring not-so-little Bo Peeps, topless dominatrix nuns, lingerie-clad pole dancers and leaf-covered Adams and Eves (with an apple and a huge snake) on models like former Tim Burton muse Lisa Marie and the infamous hotel heiresses Nicky and Paris Hilton.
The stars of a new production at Birmingham's Crescent Theatre are getting some expert help - from pole dancers from the city's Spearmint Rhino club.
But for street pole dancers, lamp posts, road signs and even trees are the perfect stage set for a new and dynamic form of self-expression.
Sarah Burge, 50, who owns a sex club where pole dancers perform, sees nothing wrong in her daughter pole dancing, but parenting experts and child abuse campaigners have warned she is sexualising Poppy far too young.
As reported in this paper, the Beer Engine pub is to reopen as a sports bar complete with pole dancers and scantily-clad barmaids.
UPTIGHT school chiefs have refused almost EUR3,000 in charity cash - because pole dancers raised it.
Pole dancers will set pulses racing in a competition to find the best one.