Dance party!

A fun gender play project. Feel free to sing along :)

Posted by on March 19th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: video 12 comments »

12 Responses to “Dance party!”

  1. Christian

    I am turning off this machine, putting on my ipod and tearing up the carpet ;)


  2. Tom Adams

    I like this a lot. I really do.


  3. Andy

    I love that video! Just all the closeness and fun being had… wow!


  4. jennikins

    THIS is why I love my school. This was in our Queer Fashion Show two or three years ago.


  5. XylophoneGender

    Seriously? What school is brilliant enough to have a Queer Fashion Show? I’ve seen drag shows & drag balls crop up at various schools- is this something that’s catching on, too? It should be.


  6. julian

    WHOOOH QFS!!!!
    I love that. I totally recognise people lol.


  7. whittles

    This is made of so much win! It was hard to sit still in my seat. Must share!


  8. Meg

    More please! I would love to see the unedited version.


  9. Jayke

    Loved it!
    Very cute and funny; who wouldn’t love it?!
    (and that was only just a little because mika is made of win. very great video!)


  10. Pieta

    “This video is not available in your country or domain” Could someone send the URL of the youtube page so that I could bypass the region flitering? Thank you.


  11. Sarah

    ::sigh:: seriously?? what country are you in, if you don’t mind me asking?

    The youtube page is here:

    Let me know if you still can’t see it and i’ll help you find a way around it.


  12. Pieta

    Thanks, what a lovely video!

    I’m in Finland, but don’t worry, I don’t believe it’s censorship, it rather has something to do with copyrights or distribution rights. And there is always ways to bypass the filtering anyway..


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