FOF #2722 – The Bearded Belly Dancer

Mar 25, 2019 · 2099 views

Kamrah, the bearded belly dancer. Photos: Carrie Meyer / Dancer’s Eye

Initially drawn to belly dancing as a form of exercise, Kamrah soon discovered that it was a great way to express femininity which was something Kamrah always struggled with. But after a decade of gyrating those hips, Kamrah came out as trans male which put into question his identity as a belly dancer.

For Kamrah, this meant either giving up his life’s passion or having to readjust what dancing means as a trans artist.

Today the fierce and fabulous Kamrah, Chicago’s first trans masculine belly dancer, joins us to talk about their journey in belly dancing, performing as a drag king and incorporating belly dancing into a burlesque act.

Fausto Fernós, Kamrah and Marc Felion. Photo: Fausto Fernós.

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