What Say To Pole Dancing Classes For 5 Year Olds?

I’m sure the Liberals approve

Summer school for some Canadian girls means Pole 101.

The class is being offered by B.C.’s Tantra Fitness, one of a small but growing number of pole-dancing studios quietly extending their services to underage girls. The Canadian company, which operates in Vancouver and Langley, has taught students age nine and up in regular classes, and has gone as young as five years old in private lessons.

There’s even talk of introducing a mommy-and-me pole class.

“I just had a baby six months ago and I’m hoping she’ll start to learn pole-dancing as soon as she can,” says Tammy Morris, owner of Tantra Fitness. “Kids love the pole. If anything, it’s hard to get them off it because they’re such naturals.”

Am I the only one who sees the problem with this? Are we trying to turn future generations into strippers? Interestingly, one would think that feminists would have a problem with objectifying girls that young. Alas, no. They can say it’s all about “fitness and technique,” um, no.

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