I really want to thank you Edie. Ever since you gave me your tips on cross dress for Latino men in need of female cross dressing company (wow! now that is a long ass book title if i ever saw one!), i just can’t keep the women off of me. I’m so popular at the clubs with my hairy legs exposed that women just trip and go ga-ga over me. (more…)
I enjoy your column. Insightful, humorous and true in many respects. However, I must qualify your statement about Take a Private Lesson to Get Better…when women say no.
I believe you are being a bit simplistic in your explanation of what constitutes a no. As in any situation, prejudices abound in some form or another and there may well be other forces at work against you. I know quite a few friends who have been turned down because of the way they look. To some, appearances are the primary judgment tool. Sure, it is not fair, and it sure feels horrible to be prejudged by how you look. But, (more…)
I used to always wear something real “hot” to go dancing. People didn’t exactly fall in line to dance with me though, and I figured it was because I’m white and I haven’t established myself as a Salsera here in [the city]. One night, a Friday, (more…)
I love Salsa dancing more than just about anything and hope someday to be able to perform and compete. I am a female musician and have experience in many other kinds of dance including ballet, jazz, modern, Middle Eastern, and Indian classical dance.
Whenever I am in my hometown or traveling, I try to take as many classes (usually private) as possible. After finishing school, I’m considering moving to a city where I could find more opportunities for learning Salsa. However, at the moment I am stuck in a small Midwestern town while working on my master’s degree. I seem to be the person in this town who knows the most about Salsa dance, as I have often been (more…)