Join Shay Au Lait and Christos Galanis for a 2 day creative and somatic online workshop, "Sensing Race" in which we use the body, creativity and play to make SENSE of RACE.
Shay Au Lait's Burlesque Blog features her adventures, research and musings as a performer, instructor and producer in pole dance, burlesque, theater, gogo and more! Between tips on what to wear for classes for first time students or even how to build a curriculum as an instructor, she covers topics for the hobbyists all the way to the professional.
The first time my blackness came to the forefront of my mind in a way that didn't feel good was when I went to apply to the Touch&Play Festival in Asheville.
In this article, Shay Au Lait shares the Best Sensual, Erotic and Sexual Checklists for Intimacy and Pleasure, as well as other recommendations.
In this listical, Shay Au Lait shares her Top 30 Burlesque, Drag, And Aerial Artists You Need To Book Today!
In this article, Shay Au Lait shares her favorite shops for Yoni Eggs and other erotic and sexual toys for sensual solo, partner or group rituals.
In "No Hard Feelings," Shay Au Lait shares her thoughts on this rhetorical emotional fallacies and encourages the reader to Feel Everything!
It's Shay Au Lait's 35th birthday! If you want to celebrate her, she has a few request that include Siren Pack Productions, Femme! and The Noire Pageant.
There are many things to consider when choosing a burlesque stage name. In this article, Shay Au Lait shares her favorite resources and food for thought.
I Auditioned for Perle Noire and Lived to Tell About It. A story of mistakes, lessons learned and a transformation in perspective.
It took a few months of asking, but finally Shay Au Lait's boyfriend took his first pole dance class with her. In this post, Shay shares their post class conversation.
A list of 13 of Shay Au Lait's favorite tv shows of 2018 ranging from comedy-drama to psychological thrillers including a surprising reality tv show.
Enjoy this luxurious gift guide for burlesque dancers. From classes to costumes to dinners, books and shows, there's something for every Burly Lover with a Spirited SpeakEasy Aesthetic.
I found myself disappointed the other day when I googled, “What does it mean to be queer-friendly?” The search results only yielded articles, think pieces and click bait that attempted
The first time I attended a Halloween party was back in 2001. I was raised in a religious cult, so ….we definitely didn’t fuck with Halloween. But my freshman year
Honeytree Evil Eye and Flirt Vonnegut had me at “TEDx-style lightning talks and steamy burlesque.” That was part of the descriptor used to explain their hit burlesque show, as they
There's that moment on stage, especially within "traditionally classic American" burlesque ....when the burlesque glove peel happens.