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INTERVIEW: Burlesque Uni Co-Founders, Rosie Mae and Pastel Supernova

Rosie Mae and Pastel Supernova, collaborate to launch Burlesque Uni, a fitness studio designed to teach the art of burlesque dance. The school is a 10-week program for students looking to further their dance and
performance skills, but also welcomes students of all-levels. Read more about what inspired these women to start their own studio below.

Thank you so much for taking the time and answering my questions. Tell us more about Burlesque Uni and each of yourselves as dancers. What was the story behind the two of you opening up this studio? 

Rosie and Pastel: Burlesque Uni is a studio designed for dancers to explore the world of showgirls through the art of burlesque and various dance and fitness classes. The studio was opened as the city was lacking a space that not only focused on burlesque but also included extensive dance training that could lead to working showgirls. 

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GEEK LIFE: Girl Power on the Web

Here on Defective Geeks, we strive to inspire other geek women out there to be everything they can be in life and be proud of their nerdy-ness. We try to set an example that nerds aren’t generally all awkward. We can be… but we also have a lot of fun! No matter how geeky you are – from someone who collects comic books to those who just happen to like the Harry Potter movies. I think you’re cool.

I wanted to share the female driven websites that has given me guidance, strength and girl power during the moments when I am feeling insecure and unsure of myself.

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Gala Darling’s blog is a constant inspiration. Plus, it’s always upbeat and not just because it’s pink!

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