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Hate Group Uses Gay Band's Song In Anti Gay Marriage Ad
Gay British band The XX is to sue homophobic Croatia campaigners for using their music without permission.
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Pop singer Katy Perry has told Opposition Leader Tony Abbott she wouldn’t vote for him because of his stance on gay marriage.
‘I love you as a human being but I can’t give you my vote,’ Perry told Mr Abbott on Sydney’s 2DayFM, after being informed he opposed same-sex marriage.
Mr Abbott was one of a number of Aussie ‘celebrities’ given the chance to ask the US pop star a question on Thursday.
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Ramallah, West Bank – To the music and lyrics of Pirouette Cacahuete, a French children’s song, more than a dozen tiny feet glide across the wooden floorboards of Shyrine Ziadeh’s Ramallah Ballet Centre.
“Get ready for the plie,” the 24-year-old teacher instructs the girls, many of them dressed in pink tutus and glittery ballet slippers.
They all take their places using the windowsills as barres. The ballerinas giggle and jiggle, but with a little coaxing from their instructor, they assemble in a line with their heels touching in first position, their tiny palms pointed inwards, before finally bending into a group plie. Ziadeh rewards them with a loud “bravo”.
In this first specialised ballet centre to open in the West Bank, Palestinian children in Ramallah are being taught the essence of an art that originated in the Italian Renaissance and was further developed in France. Once a week for one hour, the girls some as young as three are instructed to bend, flutter, kick and hop – as gracefully as possible.
The city of Ramallah has recently become a hub for cultural activities. Before Ziadeh opened her centre, ballet classes were only offered by a local church. In addition to the traditional dabkeh dance, taught widely in the West Bank, some centres have also started offering modern dance, zumba classes, and yoga.
Located at the top of a building in the old part of the city – with roads pocked by potholes and small markets selling vegetables and meat – Ziadeh’s ballet centre is simple yet spacious, its walls bare except for a few pictures of pointe shoes and smiling children, its windows showing a panoramic view of Ramallah and letting in abundant Middle Eastern sunshine.
Ziadeh opened her studio two years ago after many months of giving free classes to children at summer camps and churches. “These classes were my litmus test,” she said, as she sat down after an hour of flouncy flutters to Snow White and Swan Lake. “I saw that many people were interested and their kids were enjoying it, so I decided to open up my own place.”
The opening of the ballet centre is part of a renewed cultural renaissance in the West Bank. Cultural institutions, which include art and dance, have skyrocketed from 48 to 577 between 2000 and 2012. Today, there are seven operational theatres and 10 museums, and almost all have been open or operated as part of independent, grass-roots, people-led initiatives.
Ziadeh herself opened the centre with the help of a personal loan from her parents, and the Orthodox church that owns the space is flexible when she is short on cash and has to pay her rent late. So far, Ziadeh has been unable to find an art-supporting, non-governmental organisation to help her expand after seeing an unexpected rise in the number of interested students.
“I didn’t expect such reactions from the community,” she said. “Many mothers came and saw the place and immediately the classes started filling up.”