|I was creating/watching a documentary on an interesting yearly tradition which was growing in popularity. A small-town woman (we'll call her Dee) started a dance craze at her pride fest with a couple main rules: you had to be 18+, and you had to create a dance in the pattern AAAB to go with the music. Each of the four parts was a small timeframe to hold an interesting pose/animation, after which you would transition to the next one which would be similar, until the last one which would be a sudden transition to a different type of pose/animation. Everyone would be doing their dances on a grid in time with the music, sometimes with a partner joining their square. Consensual sex was allowed as part of the "dance" as long as it was in time with the music.
Each year it grew in popularity and spread to nearby towns, until eventually it ended up on the internet (with strict vetting, of course). Any lewd dances would be tagged as such so website viewers could filter by nsfw dances. It would generate the synchronized dancing from people all over the world at random based on whatever the viewer would enter for the filter. People would be urged to contribute their own dances or money to keep the website going.
Dee remained the website curator as it grew, hiring a small team to help vet content, though she became increasingly reclusive as her face (due to her being the original dancer) became more and more popular. She had to hire a bodyguard for going outside. At one point, Dee got very sick with a disease that would have cost a ton to cure, and as she was the main curator of the website, she told people her plea. She wanted to at least make sure the next admin of the website would keep the spirit of it going. Everyone was deeply touched by her plea, because her website brought millions of people together, and they contributed enough to help her get cured. She also got a second in command in case of future incidents.
And today, the dance continues, gently beckoning people to join. A A A B. B B B C. C C C D. D D D A.
|Everything on this site is © Aerobush Entertainment unless otherwise indicated.|