Dirty, Dangerous Dancing

by Debbie Stoller

I feel as though I should start with a declaimer: 

Content in this blog may be unsuitable for children. Actually, if you’re a girl under the age of 18, please don’t continue reading. I don’t want to be responsible for exposing an entire generation of young woman to this. So just go do your homework or something.   

It’s unclear whether this dance move originated in Brazilian nightclubs or their bedrooms, but I can only assume sex was initially involved. Either way, it serves as proof that we should never underestimate what Brazilian ladies can do with their enviable derrieres. 

The dance is called Surra de Bunda. Translation: “spanking with your ass.” 

I’m sure your imagination is already running wild so allow me to explain how it goes… 

A woman does a tacky little dance around a guy sitting on the floor. She then gets down, straps her legs around his head, and proceeds to slam her ass into his face a few times. Afterwards, she gets up and shakes her groove thang a bit more, teasing the guy. For the grand finale, she throws her body down between his legs as though she were trying to crush his inevitable erection. 

That said, I should probably offer another disclaimer: 

This dance should only be attempted by professionals. And by professionals, I mean strippers. I would also recommend having the male victim sign a waver before hand. 

Anyway, here’s the video:

Upon viewing this a few times, I found myself pondering two things:

          1. Is this more degrading to the man or the woman?

          2. If this were a sex move in the U.S, what would be a good name for it? 

[Image: BestWeekEver.tv]

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