Pole dancing has many forms: sport, exotic, artistic, and freestyle. No matter what style you choose, they all require a good level of physical strength and endurance. There are creative and acrobatic elements similar to dance and gymnastics influencing the movement to make it an Olympic sport. These pole fans discuss their reasons for why or why not the Olympics should include it.
Yes, To Bring Recognition and Respect To The Athletes
My opinion is that pole dancing has the potential to be a legitimate Olympic sport. While some may argue that it is too provocative or sexual, the truth is that pole dancing requires immense strength, flexibility, and athleticism. It has already gained popularity as a competitive sport, with numerous competitions and championships held worldwide.
The International Pole Sports Federation has been pushing for pole dancing to be recognized as an Olympic sport since 2017. If pole dancing were to become an Olympic sport, it would undoubtedly bring greater recognition and respect to the athletes who participate in it.
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