The Magazine's riddle: the solution

Hamish Dewar

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Andrea,
Some people see:
>> a bunch of guys in desert camo pants and desert boots, four
>> wearing red t-shirts and four blue t-shirts, dancing.
You see:
>> a bunch of guys with tight buttocks in camouflage
>> trousers and a T-shirts to emphasize their muscles.

I still haven't received my copy of the magazine, but if it carries a good
photo on the front cover of handsome people dancing, I look forward to
seeing it. Young/old male/female.

It is probably true that there is a higher proportion of gays in SCD. That
applies to all of the arts. It certainly applies to all of dancing, from
ballroom to ballet. So what.
I take pleasure in watching a well-executed pas-de-Basque. Especially when
danced by a male, perhaps for the rarity value.
And when it comes to Highland dancing, it has to be a man.

Many Scottish Country dances are not gender-specific, and I don't have a
problem dancing as a lady if numbers are imbalanced. Rather that, than sit
out a dance. (I usually get it wrong, but that's another matter).

One thing about SCD I do find camp is the concept of 'covering'.
This means simpering at other dancers because you are where you should be if
you had listened to the music.

Happy dancing all, Hamish.

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