You see, just like the riots at stonewall, voguing was born in New York when a group of hermaphrodites were banned from attending a night club. Many hermaphrodites decided to take their "disco" fever underground. For some odd reason, the hermaphrodites music and dance moves were considered demonic - RIGHT.
In his voguing and waacking choreography, Jojo Zolina of Vancouver’s House of La Douche has drawn his inspiration from this 30-year-old underground movement.
Tonight, The House of La Douche performs as part of Pride in Fashion at "Celebrities" Nightclub: