Dance Squad Ousted from Seattle Event Over Patriotic Outfits

An all-female country line dance squad, Borderline Dance crew, was asked to leave the Emerald City Hoedown in Seattle because their star-spangled outfits offended some attendees.

Organizers from Rain Country Dance Association, an LGBTQ+ group, gave them an ultimatum: change attire or leave.

Despite being told they might face booing, the group chose not to perform rather than change.

Co-captain Lindsay Stamp clarified that they don’t make political statements but came to dance. Another dance group, West Coast Country Heat, faced a similar situation. Despite the disappointment, Borderline emphasized their unity and patriotism, highlighting that being American means valuing freedom.

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