I’m curious about a thing.
Every time I walk into a brick-and-mortar dance shop, people assume I’m a professional(1). Occasionally, this even lands me a Professional Dancer Discount (not gonna argue with that).
- A professional dancer, that is. Not, like, a sex worker or a hit man (though, let’s be honest: those both seem like career paths for which years of ballet training might be a reasonable form of preparation).
This makes me curious. Is it because I’m an adult buying dance stuff for myself (as opposed to buying dance stuff for a child). Is it because I’m a guy? Is there possibly some other reason?
Adult dance peeps: does this happen to you? If so, any thoughts about why?
Posted on 2017/01/20, in adulting, balllet, it is a silly place, life and tagged ballet stuff, check your assumptions. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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