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Re: asking them

Postby XxDancerChloexX » Fri Apr 30, 2021 8:31 pm

beautiful_bi_queen wrote:just so you know, i told my parents i wanted to be professional dancer, and they told me it’s not a real profession (this was when i was like SIX) and that made me so sad, i didn’t want to dance at all. but then behold, i found out cheerleading was a thing, so i became a competitive cheerleader when i was 6-8 and made the middle school squad. all because i wanted to dance, i didn’t want to cheer and shake pom poms so some boy could go to college for free. i wanted to dance.

It is a real Profession-
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Re: asking them

Postby beautiful_bi_queen » Fri Apr 30, 2021 9:10 pm

i know it is. they crushed my dreams at the tender age of 6! it made me feel awful, so i never ever asked for lessons because i was so embarrassed.
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