“The move that got me most attention on my first year was a little backflip,” says Michael. “[In the middle of] the routine, my instructor grabbed me in my pajamas — I felt like I had something else on me under all my pajamas. He told me, ‘You’ve got to dance like you stole my underwear!’ That was really hot for me to do! You had to feel like you stole my underwear!”
Does this mean that some kids don’t get out of their pajamas because their parents are really weird?
“You can certainly make an argument for that,” says Michael. “I think it’s important that there’s a difference between ‘being naked’ and ‘being naked and showing off to the kids who came before you,’ but I think it’s also important not to equate that with what happened here, where one of the kids in class was naked, and the person next to him was naked, and then the next person was naked and then one of the next people in class was naked.”
I agree. “If someone’s wearing a sweatshirt or jeans, that would be totally understandable — it’s just not OK,” says Michael. “I think that’s a big misconception. If someone’s wearing a pajama, maybe there might be something he’s trying to hide, but that doesn’t mean he’s trying to hide anything. That doesn’t make a pajama any less an article of clothing, right?”
I agree. “I think that’s a big misconception.”
So what’s next?
This is the second dance they’ve done, and the last dance before they graduate. They’re going to try it again in an official class later this summer, but they’ve already started planning where they want to go. “I want to go to a summer camp,” says Michael. “I have the most amazing friends, so it’s really just a huge priority in my life. You want to move away from a classroom and go home — it’s the easiest way to do that, especially if you can get in a van and head home together.”
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