Time and place? Your local department of health will give chemical cash; at respect the that. I find that a lot of folks don't really unadtsrend when I feel that way and they think it's "weird" and I should just "get on with it" but it's really not like that. Sometimes you gotta.
Individually-performed, chiefly but not exclusively by women,   dancers move by throwing or thrusting their hips back or shaking their buttocks , often in a low squatting stance. As a tradition shaped by local aid and pleasure clubs, block parties and second lines ,  the dance was central to "a historical situating of sissy bounce—bounce music as performed by artists from the New Orleans African-American community that [led to] a meteoric rise in popularity post-[ Hurricane Katrina after ]. The Oxford English Dictionary defines an 18th-century use of the word as a blend of "twist" and "jerk", which was reported by the BBC in conjunction with the black cultural context, but this seems to be an erroneous connection or a false cognate. The Oxford Dictionaries blog states, "the most likely theory is that it is an alteration of work, because that word has a history of being used in similar ways, with dancers being encouraged to "work it". Popular video-sharing channels such as YouTube amplified interest since the advent of digital social media platforms.
You can do it lying facedown or on your back on the floor, when you are doing a handstand or leaning on the wall, the point is the passionate rhythum and the dynamic booty shakes. Though this exciting shaking seems to be of uncertain origin, common assumptions suggest it has African-American roots. Surra de bunda, for instance, is the Brazilian way of slapping the face with butts while daggering is a passionate and expressive sex-imitating Jamaican dance style. In this last one, women not only dress up to dance but also get naked clothes during their gripping dance.