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Proceed with caution. Beyond the plethora of all-women krewes on floats, from mega-Muses to Nyx to Cleopatra and Athena, the scene on the street is shifting decidedly female. In between the marching bands stirring neighborhood and high school pride, there are dozens of all-women walking and dancing krewes, most with salacious handles. But come on, this is New Orleans, where rules are meant to be broken. In chatting with members of a handful of krewes, to a woman the message is clear: we are all about empowering women and being inclusive of all, no matter the age, body type and personal style. From trans to drag, size 2 to 22, these groups welcome all in their perfumed embrace.

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Despite the fact that do-it-yourself dance and marching troupes seem to be a ature of contemporary Carnival, the city and select krewes decided to cut back on the groups this year in order to shorten parades. Suddenly the mostly female dance groups, which seemed to be on the rise, suddenly became endangered species. Though the Carnival environment remained safe for more mega-floats. about the controversial decision near the bottom of this list. Over the past few years, do-it-yourself dancing groups have proliferated in Mardi Gras parades like mushrooms after a spring rain.

Maybe, as Stompers founder Brett Patron points out, the economic slump inspired some unexpected innovation.

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In any case, these days, the most happening stuff is often happening between the floats. Read on for mini backstories about your favorite dance groups and tips on where to find them this Mardi Gras season. The Alter Egos dancers, who first paraded inare noted for sisterhood and public service, not to mention their ature purple wigs.

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Founded inthe member dance group was inspired by the tragic female aviation pioneer who spent some of her last days at the recently restored Lakefront Airport in New Orleans. The EarHawts wear old-school stewardess and steward outfits as they sashay along parade routes. Founded inthe Bearded Oysters are one of artist Katrina Brees' early performance art projects. The group, which now includes roughly lifetime members, was founded "to induce a hunger for Louisiana oysters," Brees coyly claims.

Each member wears a fake beard and a, shall we say, pelvic toupee. As founder Dianne Honore explained, the Black Storyville Baby Dolls are a modern homage to the women who famously costumed in the African-American part of New Orleans' red light district starting in Founded inthe Dolls dress in lavish period costumes and, starting inwill be accompanied by other costumed "Basin Street Characters. The 50 Steppers, who audition for a place in the troupe, took their name from an unintentionally revealing aspect of some mail-order majorette costumes.

Read the tell-all story: "Why women's Mardi Gras dance groups have naughty names: Answers for newbies. The member dance troupe, founded inperforms to the live music of Browncoat Brass, during the annual Chewbacchus parade. They are said to be loosely based upon the character Inara from the science fiction show "Firefly. Founded inthe Krewe of Crescent City Dames create new hand-beaded corsets for each Carnival season.

The Dames, who first appeared inare devoted to all aspects of bead work, from Mardi Gras Indians to the gowns of Carnival queens. The 45 members do not choreograph or even dance per se, but they represent the do-it-yourself aspect of 21 st -century parade clubs so well that they seemed to fit the bill. Read: "Dames de Perlage Mardi Gras marchers are all about the be. The satirical male Darlings, seen each year during Krewe d'Etat Feb.

The daring Darlings have appeared as inattentive Vatican police, North Korean despots, portly Saints defensive coaches, etc. At this writing we are unsure when the Darlings first appeared.

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In a Times-Picayune story, columnist Angus Lind reported that d'Etat did not include "monotonous dance groups" — not that the Darlings are ever monotonous. But by the early 20teens, YouTube videos capture the Darlings clowning along the Uptown route. The co-ed performance art and dance troupe, which is devoted to Mexican pro wrestling, includes archaeologists and anthropologists, according to founder Max St-Hilaire. Golddigger co-founder Merline Kimble said that her grandparents paraded in the baby doll tradition back in the s. But, as family lore has it, their group disbanded during World War II.

The member troupe, formed inis devoted to forward-moving, full-on dance moves. Founder Cherie Pitre said that the black and gold-oriented Gris Gris took a breather in We're not sure of their status. A brand-new branch of the beloved Krewe of the Rolling Elvi scooter-borne Presley impersonators.

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The Jailhouse Rockers planned to dress in inmate denim and dance to vintage tunes by The King who else? The goal of the Fleurs marching group, which popped up inis to translate the Louisiana landscape into a mobile, Champagne-sipping, self-lighted Carnival spectacle.

Each year the Fleurs plan to model themselves on a different blossom. In they represent that most Crescent City of blooms, the Iris.

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Though the Fleurs will shake it up when the spirit moves them, like the Merry Antoinettes and Dames de Perlage, the Fleurs are mostly a costume collective. The group includes both male and female dancers who practice both choreographed and freestyle dance. In the Sex Machine strolled during the Krewedelusion parade. Instead they glide along on motorized reclining chairs.

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Still, they seem to fit the 21st-century do-it-yourself Carnival group vibe. Watch: "Carrie Fisher memorial parade videos: In case you missed the real thing. The North Shore gets into the dancing double entendres act in with the debut of the Mande Mandeville Milkshakers, a member krewe that costumes as sultry s housewives. Formed inthe Antoinettes were inspired by the doomed French queen. The anything-goes Antoinettes accept even welcome costume malfunctions as they strut and toss cake to the crowd actually brioche.

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Like the Dames de Perlage, the Antoinettes don't dance, but they seem to play a role in 21 st century Carnival evolution. The group's he will roll during the Krewedelusion parade Feb. The troupe's name is a variation on the muffuletta sandwich.

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The Nymphs change thematic targets annually. Millisia White founded the group in in the mold of a century-old Crescent City costuming custom.

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The member Baby Doll Ladies began by accompanying the Zulu parade, but in they were given a slot of their own in the St. Charles Avenue procession in front of the Zulu procession. The Baby Doll Ladies represent a connection with the city's first all-female marching groups.

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The 30 Bombs costume in an alluring combo of white tank tops, red tutus, and black boots, thereby achieving a vibe that is "fierce," with a touch of "kitsch. The jazz-age troupe formed in and performs in one parade per year. Co-founder Renee Hutton said that the members troupe has adopted a "fun, flirty, but classy" flapper theme. Established inthe member Nyxettes got their start as the dancing divas of the Nyx parade, with tux, tails and top hat costumes recalling the Radio City Rockettes. Founded in by Rebecca Fox and Alicia Morales, the 30 Showgirls glint with Las Vegas-style glamour as they stir the air with ostrich feather fans.

The ever-positive big-haired Oui Dats were Founded in The member dance troupe is, like the Merry Antoinettes above dedicated to the ill-fated 18 th -century French queen, with "a little Storyville involved," explained member Lesli Fumar. The self-proclaimed "pettiest marching troupe to walk the streets of New Orleans," the Betties formed in and will make their Mardi Gras debut in with the Krewe of Pygmalion on February 3 rd. Why the Betties carry a baseball bat remains unclear at this writing. The Prima Donnas are celebrating their 10 year of parading in Look for them on the Friday before Mardi Gras at 1 p.

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Peters Streets. Founded inthe member Pussyfooters troupe is the grande dame of the dancing double entendres. The name of the group was inspired in part by the play "The Vagina Monologues.

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The member Roux La La dance troupe, founded inis symbolically inspired by the most fundamental Louisiana culinary touchstone, the roux a flavorful gumbo thickener made with flour and oilwith a smidge of Moulin Rouge mixed in. Formed inthe Sirens proudly dance the entire route of every parade they participate in, while dispensing decorated bottles and luring unwary sailors to their demise. Formed by Brett Patron aka "Slab" inthe middle-age male Stompers have achieved national fame with their unably alluring dance moves and difficult-to-pinpoint subversiveness.

The member group was named for Patron's Superdome section during Saints games. The member Cosmonaughties that first paraded in is affiliated with the outer space-oriented Krewe de Lune. The dancers are accompanied by giant alien creature puppets. The group's green and gold costumes are capped with individually decorated officers caps.

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The member TAP DAT troupe, established indances constantly during appearances, which makes it impossible to be included in the longer, stamina-sapping parades. The group's black and gold costumes obviously tie into the "Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints" theme. Asked if there was anything more to the title, founder Nikki Miner: "No, we're classy ladies …".

Just after New YearsCarnival lovers learned that city officials had met with krewe leaders in an effort to shorten parades in for practical reasons. The upshot of the meeting was a cutback on the burgeoning dance and marching groups. The Showgirls wrote an open letter of protest to the city. One of the topics discussed was a way to make parades more efficient and end more quickly.

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We would have had suggestions of our own, and definitely could have come to some kind of compromise. For instance, we could have rotated in dancing and non-dancing members, similar to the ways the Stompers have mastered this over the years, to give everyone ample time to rest. We could have promised to cut our dance moves that stop in place. We could have even pledged only to dance at grandstands, and to just walk for the rest of the time. But we weren't even given the option to participate, or the ability to brainstorm.

We weren't given any options at all.

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For my part, I provided the city and Carnival leadership some suggestions of other ways to reduce the length of parades. Send a solid contact or address plus three good photos to dmaccash nola. Doug MacCash has the best job in the world, covering art, music, and culture in New Orleans.

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