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Read the short epilogue by Marlon Bailey: “The Future of Ballroom Culture.” In the reading, Bailey states that “Ballroom as a community is very complex and conflicted; it is inclusive, egalitarian, and fluid in some ways while exclusionary and hierarchical in others….as cultural studies scholars have argued, a minoritized culture like Ballroom consistently reproduces itself and expands while simultaneously reifying within itself some of the same exclusionary and oppressive structures that brought the community into being in the first place.”
Bailey goes on to discuss the emergence of several “mircoscenes” that attempt to “redress, theoretically at least, the exclusions and hierarchies that are practiced and maintained in what members now call the “main scene.'”
In 150-200 words, summarize the microscenes that Bailey discusses. How, according to Bailey, are these microscenes responses to perceived exclusionary practices in the main scene?