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Nude Dancing actually contains the elements of the eroticism, which is legitimate and it should be protected under the First Amendment Protection just like that of the theatre and another dance form. The nude Dancing has not caused any harm, and nude Dancing is a form of expression and also gives a sense of empowerment in the red district areas. There is a certain principle of the First Amendment which can be applied to Nude Dancing like the First Amendment should protect all the expression which others may feel offensive or symbolic however nude Dancing while others may oppose there are other people who are said to find it disagreeable.  The First Amendment Protects all the expression; therefore, it should also protect the firm of expression of nude Dancing (Matsuda, 2018). Witnesses have come forward and have given their view on nude Dancing Like Hana who is a social worker have explained that nude Dancing is only a form of exotic Dancing which is said to communicate all the independence, freedom as well as acceptance of the body (Levy,2017).

As Lucinda Jarrett the is whom is the author of the Stripping Time in the history of the Erotic Dancing has mentioned that sexual Dancing is said to be flourished in East and in America. By the 19th century, the Spanish gypsies were said to be dancing in the flamenco which was an erotic dancing in Europe and was showed that the girls were making performance in the music hall of the Persia. The Windmill Theatre featured in the shows like that of “My Bare Lady” or “ Yes We have pyjama”. The So-called leg shows she is said to be introduced in the opera house in the United States of America after the end of the Civil War. Many of the Americans have mainly witnessed the Middle East belly dancers in the year 1893 in the exposition of the Columbia. The nude dancers in the stage with Florenz revenues in New York, which was during the 1920 and there were cheaper burlesque shows which could have formed in the less glamorous location. Therefore it can be said nude Dancing was prevalent (Colosi, 2017).

Dancing is said to have its roots it’s in ancient history. The Greek poet has described all this in the Bacchae. Aristotle is said to have written the Poetics with the purpose of dancing in order to represent the character of the men. The modern-day belly dancing is said to have traced back to the 4th-century Egyptian culture, and it is said to be one of the most important cultures in Lupercalia as well as Saturnalia. Therefore this culture should be upheld. It can be said that when nude Dancing is being performed before the audience with the intention of the conveying with the audience, and he felt where eroticism is to the spectators. Nude Dancing should be entitled to the First Amendment in the protection. The performance should be for the regulation in order to address which is within limits in the protection in the freedom of the expression (Rosen, 2019).


Colosi, R. (2017). Dirty Dancing: An ethnography of lap dancing. Taylor & Francis.

Levy, L. W. (2017). The establishment clause: Religion and the First Amendment. UNC Press Books.

Matsuda, M. J. (2018). Words that wound: Critical race theory, assaultive speech, and the first amendment. Routledge.

Rosen, D. (2019). The Lost Art of Nude Fan Dancing.