Women Reclaim The Streets Of Cairo Through Stunning Ballet Photos |Priscilla Frank via The Huffington Post

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by Del Rey | Updated January 17, 2017  

Priscilla Frank via The Huffington Post

“In his series “Ballerinas of Cairo,” photographer Mohamed Taher documents Egyptian dancers making the city streets their stage ― pirouetting, leaping and posing their way through their country’s sprawling capital.

The photos are, at first glance, stunning snapshots of a city’s vibrant culture in motion. But considering the dangers Egyptian women face for roaming these same streets on a daily basis, their impact is far deeper.”

  Read-More-Button-149x49-Blue-Transparent-GIF   Priscilla Frank writes about arts and culture for the Huffington Post. She graduated from UC Berkeley and currently lives in Brooklyn.
   
Written by Del Rey
Del Rey is a writer-editor in residence at the Dr. Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences. A cyclist, swimmer and sapiosexual kinkster, this book hound has an ever expanding repertoire of sexual knowledge and experiences– from LBGTQA matters to intimacy and role play; from BDSM relationships to fetishes, and relationship counseling. Favorite Literature includes: The Epic of Gilgamesh, The Bonobo Way, The Ten Commandments of Pleasure, The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty , The Poetry of Rumi, Parable of The Sower and


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