Alex waited for our response. Author Robert Bulman describes the experience of attending a DanceSport competition from the perspective of a non-dancer—the carnivalesque atmosphere, ubiquitous visual indexes of gender and class, the twin American cults of the body and conspicuous consumption. At this point, Bob and I were still neophytes, with just over a year of lessons under our belts. JSTOR is a digital library for scholars, researchers, and students. She supports her dancing by teaching as many tennis lessons as possible. Where else in American society do women have the option of only competing against those in their own age category for recognition of their beauty and sexual desirability? For amateur ballroom dancers, dance isn't just a hobby. She has felt pressure to pay for costly coaching and other extras that she would prefer to opt out of. She became a pro and traveled the world with her diplomat husband.
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