Voguing-Bboying-Bgirling – Vogue or Voguing refers to a dance style that originated in New York Harlem. This dance style developed through its typical strictly linear and right-angled arm and leg movements in imitation of poses and postures of models. Accordingly, the name comes from the fashion magazine of the same name, Vogue. The basis of the movement is the deliberate stride on the catwalk, which is characterized by a pronounced swing of the hips and the crossing of the balls of the feet when touching down in an absolutely straight line. Each step is individually emphasized and supported with the shoulders. From this, movements are incorporated, each ending in poses held for brief moments. Originally, these poses were inspired by martial arts films, hip-hop, rhythmic gymnastics, and some dancers claimed to be reproducing Egyptian hieroglyphics with their bodies. Finally, typical poses from fashion photography prevailed: Each movement marks a photograph, a sequence of movements a series of photographs. Lines and angles are precisely rehearsed and executed.