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Unread 01-29-2021, 02:08 PM
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Indication of Burlesque Dancers in Astrology?

I'm trying to make sense of this chart. Any hints?

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Re: Indication of Burlesque Dancers in Astrology?

I've looked at a few dancers' charts and it's striking how many of them have Venus and Mars in vocational houses (2nd, 6th and 10th)
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Re: Indication of Burlesque Dancers in Astrology?

Maybe moon or Venus in Cap? I don't think there's much info on this, so theoretical here.
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Re: Indication of Burlesque Dancers in Astrology?

I guess itís just a fancy term for a stripper, which falls under sex work. That makes is easier to determine that itís Venusian.
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Re: Indication of Burlesque Dancers in Astrology?

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I guess itís just a fancy term for a stripper, which falls under sex work. That makes is easier to determine that itís Venusian.
Not so. Burlesque is a risque form of dancing, but the performance of it is more akin to ballet, tap, etc: dancer is a stage performer, not interacting directly with the audience, and certainly not getting money thrown at her during the show. It isn't sex work. It is Venusian, as all art forms are, but a burlesque dancer and a stripper are not the same thing. This article explains the difference. https://21stcenturyburlesque.com/bur...om%20stripping.
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Not so. Burlesque is a risque form of dancing, but the performance of it is more akin to ballet, tap, etc: dancer is a stage performer, not interacting directly with the audience, and certainly not getting money thrown at her during the show. It isn't sex work. It is Venusian, as all art forms are, but a burlesque dancer and a stripper are not the same thing. This article explains the difference. https://21stcenturyburlesque.com/bur...om%20stripping.
People from other type of work thatís from the same line (like exotic dancing), like to distance themselves from the word stripper because of negative connotations. I donít see it as negative.

I wonder if itís the same thing thatís happening here. The article keeps associating burlesque dancing with high class by putting more ďnobleĒ sounding verbs. While stripper is reduced to something mechanical and less refined (I disagree).

Also I disagree that a burlesque dancer doesnít interact with the audience.. they can. Several burlesque dancers also view themselves as sex workers.

In its core stripping is just dancing too, and requires talent and practice.
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Re: Indication of Burlesque Dancers in Astrology?

https://www.bustle.com/articles/1246...me-sex-workers

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