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Pole dancers at home by photographer Tom Sanders

By looking at these pictures, you may just think photographer Tom Sanders has the best job in the world. After all, his project Pole Dancing at Home tracks down 20 women in San Francisco that love a good pole dance. Sanders says, ‘I stereotyped them at first because I thought they were strippers. So I started off photographing them in bathing suits. As I met and spoke to more women, I learned the pole was sacred and a symbol of strength’. This guy will never look at another pole dancer the same way again.

Via The Daily Mail

This lady begins a pole dancing routine in the front of her garage
A pole is erected in this woman's kitchen so she can get a routine in any time of day
A lady turns upside down on her pole within her home
A young lady turns upside down on a pole as a male casually averts his eyes
This woman has installed a pole in her living area

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Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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