Indeed, even after the British had been ousted from Egypt after the Revolution, the sting of expansionism and the criticism of Egyptian masculinity was still crisp and remains so right up ’til today. The dread of being seen as gay people or empowering gay person conduct is strong to
the point that in spite of the fact that it is normal to see men moving at weddings and gatherings socially, it is entirely prohibited in front of an audience. Today, artists who perform in dance club and weddings should all have licenses and just ladies are issued licenses to perform
Oriental Dance out in the open. In the state run theater and society move organizations; there is a strict strategy that the men are prohibited to hit the dance floor with any piece of their bodies other than their arms and feet. This is in stalk difference to the way Egyptian men really move, all things considered.