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Social Media Etiquette for Nearly Naked People

"Burlesque as it is would not exist without social media. I suppose that’s true of almost all independent entertainment today! With its low cost, big impact, and almost unlimited outreach, social media has enabled performers and producers with very little capital to get started and to find their collaborators and audiences at rapid speed. Technology has advanced more quickly than we can have analyzed its full effect, and just when you think you’ve figured it out, they’ve changed it! But the basic tenet of etiquette holds true: step back and take a look at your decisions and imagine how you’d evaluate your actions if you saw someone else taking them. Online etiquette is covered regularly on the internet, and we’ll touch on a few of the most common concerns, with a particular eye toward what happens when people are nearly naked." Read the Entire Article