Jamaican Exotic Dancers - The Ladies, The Life & The Love

by Devin for My-Island-Jamaica.com


Exotic or erotic dancing is movement of the upper and lower body to a rhythm that excites the onlookers and evokes sexual overtures from them.


Like other traditions where dancing is a focal part of expression, exotic dances are performed at different functions and for different reasons, depending on the culture in which it is taking place.

Dance and movement are synonymous with our Jamaican women, fashion and hairstyles and they are not afraid to showcase their talent on the roads, in the clubs, at the beach, in the pool or anywhere for that matter.

This dancing phenomenon has now grown to a point where it has become the livelihood of many a female in Jamaica.

Some of these ladies are legitimately employed in clubs and other night spots across the islands and are paid and tipped heavily for their dance prowess on the dance floor.

They are also not afraid to come on camera to move their bodies to the rhythm of the dancehall beat and neither are they afraid to compete at all levels to earn titles such as Dancehall Queen and top dancer not only at the local level but also vying internationally as well.

If you are adventurous enough these ladies will teach you the basic moves!

Jamaica is home to many nightclubs that cater to these exotic dancers and exotic dancing. However, clubs catering to exotic dancing are different from those having exotic dancers.

The clubs offering room for exotic dancing are usually attached to a hotel or party place where patrons can go with their significant other to enjoy good music, finger foods and a dance floor where you can dance the night
away, getting as close and sensual as you wish, you and your partner.

The other type of club is one where you can go alone or with friends and be entertained by females who dance erotically while dressed provocatively.

These clubs are known as go-go clubs and patrons are entertained and, depending on the location of the club, entertainment may get as freaky as the patrons wish and may involve sex acts that may promote same sex as well as heterosexual encounters.

A note of caution to patrons who are often times drawn into these exotic dance acts, which in most cases can get extremely wild, is that they need to be cognizant of the fact that certain happenings at these clubs are against the law and as such they can find themselves on the wrong side of the law.

Apart from some of the happenings at these clubs being unlawful, some of the dancers are under-aged girls and are often targets for police raids in some of these clubs, where often times patrons are found in the company of these under-aged girls who may end up in places of safety while the patrons are booked to face the courts.

The dancers also must be aware of the patrons with whom they transact business as often times they turn on them and they are physically abused, gang-raped and robbed.

The practice of safe sex, drinking responsibly, and being aware of your surroundings must be of utmost importance to individuals who wish to visit these exotic clubs and be part and parcel of the night’s entertainment.

Editor's Note
See also: Sex Jamaica - The Ground Reality
Related: Dance hall Queen In Jamaica

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