Monday, December 24, 2018

Kansas City Twerk Team Empowerment



Testimony from a local professional lady and teacher on the power of women coming together to shake their booty.

Here's the word . . .

"Originally from Jersey, I was raised in Kansas City where I’m a communications specialist by day and dancer, choreographer, motivator by night.

"When I first started teaching heels a little over a year ago, it was indented to be just for fun – but subconsciously turned into a women’s empowerment class. I began to notice a lot of women and men who weren’t fully confident in themselves which affected the way they moved in class, or even coming to my class in the first place.

"Most people can agree a heels class can be intimidating, but after doing for a while, I noticed I started to change the perspective of my students – and that? That means the world - and genuinely got me excited to help more people in the same boat . . ."

Even better, take a look of this EPIC video clip that offers a glimpse of ladies bumping and grinding their way to even more self-esteem . . .



You decide . . .

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very educational.

Anonymous said...

If Hoops was still around she could write about how racist this is.

Anonymous said...

After class panty special, 2 pair for $20. Get'm while they're moist.

Anonymous said...

Hey awesome. Let's bond as professional women using a dance move designed to show off our anuses to rappers.

Anonymous said...

I'm confused!

So, have we moved past the #METOO phase already?

Girls really do just wanna have fun and shake that money-maker? Reminds me of the pole-dancing fad.

Nobody in that class required a "safe space" when the music was blaring with lyrics like, "slim fine woman", "suck up on that clit", "Nigga mad", "Asshole", "Pussy", "Fuckin'", "Flexin' ass nigga", "Shit", "Rap bitch", "Soft Nigga", "Pussy-Ass Hoes", "Top-Notch Bitch", "Top-Notch Dick", etc. ?

Well, it's nice to know that plenty of young women still aspire to be "bad girl" slutty sex objects. Is it safe to talk about this in public?

Anonymous said...

How dare you ask questions. RESPECT WAHMEN means exactly what we choose it to mean, in any moment, at our convenience!

All of them said...

Looks like fun. I want to marry these ladies!