A: As long as it’s not a “dance floor” or “shimmy” where performers are forced to move their bodies in a specific way.
Q: So what type of dancing is acceptable in Oklahoma?
A: Traditional dance – like a pole dance, a “twerking” or a “hip-hop” style of dance.
Q: Aren’t pole dances against the law?
Q: How can I get a pole dance permit in Oklahoma?
A: A pole dance permit is available in Oklahoma by registering with the Oklahomany County Sheriff’s Office and paying a $45 fee.
Q: What if I’m not sure if I can dance pole?
A: Ask in advance at a pole- dance location.
Q: Can I carry my pole?
Q: Where can I put the pole?
A: It can’t be in public spaces like roads, parks, or public structures.
Q: Can we take the pole to an outdoor area?
A: We recommend it, but not necessarily required.
Q: Can I make it into an entertainment venue or perform at a pole dance?
A: Yes, we understand what some folks have been doing around the globe (solo shows).
Q: Can I wear anything more than a t-shirt? Can I be covered in mud?
A: Only when it’s raining.
Q: Will my pole be stolen or damaged in the process?
A: Possibly, but it’s hard to say exactly.
Q: Can it be used for profit?
A: Although pole dancing is not explicitly prohibited, a pole dance promoter or club may not be paying a performer or another person to perform or promote their event unless authorized by the sheriff.
From the New York Times:
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