Thai Coyote dancer

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Post by Prenders88 » December 10, 2006, 9:39 pm

VENUS'S VISION From The Nation.....
So, who wants to be a coyote girl anyway?

If you surveyed young women around the country and asked them for their choices of career, the so-called "coyote dancer" wouldn't make it into the top 10, or even the top 20.

Dancing erotically in skimpy outfits in front of men is by no means the job of a woman's dreams.

Many students become coyote dancers to finance their studies. Some are fortunate enough to carry on their education while a few become university drop-outs thanks to their part-time dancing work.

Like other employees, they are working legally. They believe dancing, even in front of drunken men, is far better than selling their bodies, but deep in their hearts they know that this is not their career and they prefer not to talk openly about it.

Despite unfavourable work conditions, the number of coyote girls is growing. As they become a favourite entertainment at various events, their performances have extended from nightclubs to temple grounds. They are increasingly visible, and society is getting worried.

Following HM the Queen's recent concern about sexy dancing at a Buddhist event in Nong Khai province, Thai authorities are now seriously looking into ways to curb the sky-rocketting growth of coyote dancers. The Interior Ministry has already asked provincial governors to curb inappropriate performances, especially at Buddhist sites and public events.

Every now and then, Thai society appears to fall into a period of moral panic. We've experienced it before - teen sex, Internet chat sites, under-age night owls and violent computer games. This time round it is the invasion of the coyote girls. The police, too, respond to the panic. This year, apart from their usual Loy Krathong routine of checking on the sexual behaviour of youngsters, they have instituted checks for undesirable dancing.

Many restrictions may have the effect of making coyote dancing fade from fashion. The Culture Ministry has proposed a restriction banning those under 20 from working as coyote girls and stopping all such performances in some places.

Coming to the rescue of the coyote girls are a few officials who look at the picture in a broader perspective. Fortunately not all officials are suffering from this moral panic. Labour Production and Welfare Department Chief Padungsak Thephasdin na Ayutthaya and Education Minister Wijit Srisa-an have expressed concern on the rights issue: the age restriction could be a breach of the right to work, they say.

The education minister said: "A lewd dance is a lewd dance, regardless of age." In other words, the lewdness of the dance should not be the basis of discrimination.

The Culture Ministry may think the restrictions on ages and venues are the right medicine for the increasing number of coyote girls, but they may be hitting where it doesn't hurt. If a coyote-dance troupe performs at an inappropriate place, it is the organiser who should be blamed. This would make everyone aware of cultural sensitivity rather than singling out the dancers. For they are just employees, and whenever or wherever they are employed, they will do their job. As to whether or not their bodily movements are in good cultural taste, we can again point the finger of responsibility at their employers.

It is about time that policy-makers looked at possible "threats" to our norms and values in a broader perspective instead of panicking. The Religious Department can ask all Buddhist temples to avoid inappropriate performances. The coyote dancers are just a tiny part of the overall problem, and the tip of the problem at that, not its root. The policy-makers should go back and try to answer all the basic questions. What is the target audience of coyote dancers? Why has coyote dancing become popular?

They may also find out why, if it is not a dream job, girls take it."

More importantly, after gathering the information, they should find out whether the dancing is the thing we should be panicking about. Does society really collapse because of dancing girls?

Veena Thoopkrajae

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Post by beer monkey » December 10, 2006, 9:59 pm

i think its a sign of the times, things are rapidly changing in thailand today, even some go-go girls get a monthly rate or 12000baht +, add a few bf's and nightly extras and i hear some are earning 150.000 baht monthly. (in bangkok anyway).
i had a lengthy chat with a girl in bangers,spoke perfect english, university educated and also has a office job during day-light hours,she said lots of girls at higher school go in to the entertainment industry.
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Post by lee » December 10, 2006, 10:07 pm

It beats working at Robinsons for 4,000 baht per month full time, 10 hours per day with one day off per month.

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Post by beer monkey » December 10, 2006, 10:24 pm

so true, that was mentioned in conversation with another girl i was chatting to.
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Post by cookie » December 11, 2006, 2:14 pm

This writer "Veena Thoopkrajae" seems to be a very good writer to me.
Notice that I printed an other article about her in the post :
"don't blame Isaan wives"
In this article she contested a study from some crazy Thai Academic.
She seems to write under the name Venus or Venus's Vision in The Nation.
Always direct and right to the point!
Nice

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Re: Thai Coyote dancer

Post by airbrush » December 12, 2006, 11:12 am

Very good thai Coyote dancer....good video

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Post by cookie » December 12, 2006, 1:45 pm

Airbrush,
do they have coyote dancers in Singapore??? :wink: :wink: :wink:

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Post by airbrush » December 12, 2006, 8:33 pm

cookie wrote:Airbrush,
do they have coyote dancers in Singapore??? :wink: :wink: :wink:
It ashamed I don't know whether there is a Coyate dancer in Singapore, I will check it out and let you know, but from last November 2005 onwards there are many bar top dancers, which were previously not allow.

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Post by SanBorn » April 16, 2007, 10:18 am

cookie wrote:Airbrush,
do they have coyote dancers in Singapore??? :wink: :wink: :wink:
I saw these videos in Pattaya and the Thai owner told me that these girls are not Thai but Chinese from Hong Kong or Singapore.

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Post by farang » May 15, 2007, 8:55 pm

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Post by beer monkey » May 15, 2007, 11:41 pm

Grrrrrrrreat Vid,...... but whats the DJ saying at 1 minute and 22 seconds... :-k :lol:
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Post by farang » May 16, 2007, 1:36 am

what dj?? 55555 :lol:
www.that other forum.com

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Post by Prenders88 » May 16, 2007, 3:17 am

I've got a chubby. :roll:

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Post by farang » May 16, 2007, 3:52 am

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