This was an episode that came out of the blue. I was contacted through a website by Renee, who said she'd like to come on the show to talk about competitive pole dancing. So, naturally, knowing absolutely nothing about this, I said, "Of course!" (Which is how i got into college. And became a superhero.)To hear Renee explain it, this is more about body positivity than the stigma that is is attached to it. I think your perception will change, once you see Renee's videos on Instagram.Thanks so much for coming on the show and shining a light on this, Renee!
Rene's Instagram: @0hmaigoodness
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