For a growing community of young LGBTQ Maori and Pacific Islanders in Auckland, the burgeoning Vogue scene is a place of creative expression. It’s a sanctuary that naturally intersects with Maori and Pacific traditions of performance art and dance. Vice met with some of the breakout stars of the Vogue dance scene and found out about what this whole Vogueing thing all is about and why so many LGBTI young people have found Vogueing so fun and personally empowering.
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