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15 thoughts on “Egyptian Belly Dancer

  1. He’s GREAT.

    People have no idea how difficult that light, fluid style really is.

    Over here we have this “American Tribal Style,” which is fine but – 🙂

  2. Couldn’t finish watching…to scary 🙁 Does he eventually take off his clothes? He reminds me of a gay male stripper.

  3. I either saw that guy or someone very similar the last time I was in Sharm at the 1001 Nights show there. The guy I saw got up on a small ‘tubla’/(bongos) and did his thing. It was pretty cool.

    Now c’mon fellas – take the ‘sex’ out of it and appreciate it for what it is. The guy’s got talent. Don’t get me wrong, I’d prefer to see a woman shain’ her moneymaker than a sweaty dude but I can still definitely appreciate it.

  4. Shouldn’t he have been wearing a police or fire department uniform? Apparently, a skirt and a scarf around your hips is the thing to wear IF YOU’RE TOTALLY GAY. 🙂

  5. What da ya mean “viewer discretion advised”. I was waiting with bated breath for the naughty bits and there weren’t any. False advertising!! I want my money back!!!

    Egypeter, I know what you mean. I’ve seen as many male belly dancers as female ones. Admittedly, the females are better at it, but in private parties and what not, both sexes get up and dance to the music. I love the music and I love the dance.

  6. With the Saudi’s buying out all the Egyptian female dancers, maybe this is the future of Egyptian dance. Call me a traditionalist but I prefer the one’s without beards.

  7. Shouldn’t he have been wearing a police or fire department uniform? Apparently, a skirt and a scarf around your hips is the thing to wear IF YOU’RE TOTALLY GAY.

    There’s nothing GAY about this. Its very common to see guys in the Middle East, and Africa moving their hips when they dance.

    Educate yourself. What he’s wearing is a traditional male dress common throughout the middle East and if he didn’t tie his hips you would not be able to see the movements. Although the dance has been marketed commercially by having scantily clad women dancing for predominantly male audiences, the fact is that this dance is based on the local social dances which are in fact unisex. All this guy is doing is qa more theatrical version of what you will see ordinary guys doing in Egypt in a party or wedding. Nothing gay about it.

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