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The LGBTQ style of square dance is open, accepting and loads more fun than traditional square dancing.

We Do Not have a dress code. ~ no funny outfits unless you want to - neat and clean dress is all we ask.

No partner necessary, though, you are more than welcome to bring one.

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Also commonly called Gay Square Dancing – Modern gay square dancing is different from the traditional square dancing you may be familiar with. Although the calls we use are internationally recognized, gay styling is often applied which makes dancing even more fun.

A square is comprised of four couples facing each other in a square formation. A caller issues commands--usually mixed with music--which the dancers then follow. There are a wide variety of calls of different complexity. By mixing them together, a caller choreographs the dancers in fun and challenging ways.

Square dancing is not physically difficult, but it does involve learning a series of calls within an appropriate dance level. It cannot be learned as quickly as line dancing or two stepping. However, once you learn it, you have numerous dance opportunities available to you each month all over the country, and even internationally.

BSQ Dance was CREATED FOR THE SGV LGBTQ Community & formalized over Cokes and Pizza on May 21, 1997. Our membership in the International Association of Gay Square Dance Clubs was ratified July 11, 1997. There were 5 founding members who were dedicated to bringing this powerful form of exercise and dance to the San Gabriel Valley.

What is LGBTQ Square Dancing

The appearance of anyone's name or likeness on this website indicates acceptance of the diversity of the members of Bloomin' Squares & does not suggest anything else.


In the beginning LGBTQ* individuals were barred from attending most square dance classes and dances, so 30+ years ago the IAGSDC (International Association of Gay Square Dance Clubs) was created to help facilitate and grow square dance opportunities for our LGBTQ* community across the world. Now We Flourish with clubs across the world including Japan and Canada!