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      PHOTO CREDIT: Above photo by John Rickman Photography, San Jose, California.

      Your Attitudes and Experiences with Safety As a Belly Dancer



      Whether you're a student, teacher or professional, whether you're going to classes or performing, personal safety is something to consider. Some dancers are very aware of personal safety issues when going to classes or performances. Others really don't think about it at all. What's your own personal perspective and experience? Only one vote per visitor, please!

      PHOTO CREDIT: Photo by John Rickman Photography, San Jose, California.


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      Poll reflects votes since October 14, 2006.


      Thanks for submitting your own vote! Please come back and check periodically to see what the consensus is from everyone!

      If you'd like some ideas/tips on precautions to consider, there's an article elsewhere on my web site called Protect Your Personal Safety as a Belly Dancer that offers you a starting point.



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