How to get into lesbian lap dance
A lesbian lap dancing class for the disabled is starting at the University of Miami this month.
The event is called the LAP Dance for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
It’s being held at the Miami University Medical Center and will be open to anyone, including those with disabilities, according to the university.
It will start Monday.
The Miami-Dade College of Medicine will be the host campus.
There are currently more than 2,000 people on the waiting list for the dance, and it has a waiting list of more than 10,000.
The dance will start in October and will run through the fall.
The dance will be taught by a deaf and hard of hearing dance instructor and a deaf person with a physical disability.
The instructor will have the students do the dance and assist them with everything from singing to speaking.
There will be a cost of about $200 for a two-hour class.
The class will be held at a campus-owned dance studio, and all proceeds will go to support the Deas and Hard-Hearing Association, the organization that started the dance.