Finishing up @ work Friday night. Local radio station’s Susan G. Komen for the Cure Dance Party.
Me in my Studio 54 themed outfit for cage dancing on Saturday night. We ended up playing mostly 70s disco hits because the crowd loved it so much. It was probably one of the top 5 funnest nights I’ve had at my job. And I got tuck dancing on our extra platform when the YMCA came on.
I promise I’ll come up with something to update about soon. I’ve been in the middle of moving the boyfriend and me. Send me some submissions while you wait
Another great submission from Ashlynn Mizzfit! Beautiful girl! Add her on FB! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mizzfit/339356089414960
Thanks for the awesome go go booty Ashlynn! Do yourself a favor and check out her awesome blog!
I’ve seen a lot of reviews of these, not many that are very informative to the go go as a perspective buyer. We’ve all seen hundreds of photos of go go girls from around the world wearing these exact boots so I thought I would write about what I thought of them & hopefully it will help my readers if they consider purchasing a pair! So here goes …
So I finally ordered a pair of these suckers after months & months of debate on spending a lot of money on a pair of dancing shoes. Luckily for me the pair I had added to my wishlist on Amazon went on final sale with free shipping so I ended up getting a great deal on them. Now that I have them, I think I would have gladly paid more for them & wish I had gotten them sooner. I’m normally a heeled boot girl & these are officially my first pair of platform boots.
- Despite the chunky heel, these boots are not by any means heavy. I definitely felt a difference in weight because of what I usually wear while dancing but this didn’t make me feel clumsy by effect.
- For some one who normally wears heels and puts a lot of my weight while dancing on the ball of my foot it was really nice to be able to rock back & put weight onto the heel without worrying about toppling over.
- So yeah, that back heel is sturdy!
- Very roomy in the toes, I didn’t get awful blisters like I almost always do.
- Being so high up made me hold my posture better, which made my body look better all over. Added bonus!
- I liked how easy it was to lace other ribbons & shoelaces through the boots so you can coordinate them to your outfit.
- Good traction.
- Fit through the bars on my cage when I was climbing easier than I expected.
- Expensive, unless you get lucky like I did.
- Hot! Though I was happy when I realized the rabbit fur didn’t go past the top of the boot, then they would have been ridiculously hot.
- Like most people say the calves on the boots are pretty tight & don’t give much. So if you have bigger calves they might be moderately uncomfortable at first, but I imagine once they start to get broken in they’ll loosen up some.
- Because the traction is good it does make it hard to spin in them, but I imagine with some wear this will get easier.
- They DO run small (which is something I remember reading in the reviews I read) so if you’re like me and your usually a 6 1/2 you’ll want to go with the 6, not the 7.
Hope some one out there finds this helpful! I’m glad I purchased these and am happy to add them to my collection! Everyone have a good weekend!
You are probably wondering right off who the hell I am and why it is that I started this blog & am hoping that it will take off some within in the community ..
Stage Name: Jezebel
Occupation: boring day job
go-go & cage dancer by night!
This is a picture of me in one of the first costumes I made to cage dance in at the club I work at. That was almost 4 years ago now and I’m still loving what I do! Upon searching tumblr for go-go girls and other performers I found myself feeling disappointed. It seemed as though I was seeing all the same faces and looks and nearly NO ONE who reminded me of myself and the girls I work with. I wanted to create a blog where we could see all sides of go-go life old & new, all body types, share experiences and tips! A place where you can come and feel built up about who you are the job you love!
I have been dancing at the club I work at for four years, I was one of the first two girls to be hired & was there the night it opened. Before I got this job I wasn’t too proud of my dance skills, I’d really only ever danced to 80s music with my girl friends and hip hop. So naturally, when I was approached to be a cage dancer at a goth/industrial/fetish club I was a little taken a back. In the back of my head though I had always wanted to go-go & I knew if I didn’t take the opportunity & get over my initial nerves I would regret it. Here I am now, working at a very successful bar, with eight other wonderful women, with calloused up palms and I have nothing to regret! Dancing has opened up opportunities for me to perform with bands, do modeling & participate in charities which has been a wonderful outcome. Plus I have made friends I will cherish for life. And that’s my story.
*Note: The Bar I work at is a private/members only bar which is why I have little pictures of me performing, just a heads up! I will try to remedy this if the blog gets popular.*