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Old 07-26-2000, 09:26 PM   #10
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now a days, i rarely see women sitting and striking the drum. But in some nations, sub-nations, tribes, and clans it is traditional to have women strike the drum as a man usually would.
Louis Garcia said:
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The drum stick is a phallic symbol, the drum itself is a female. Therefore they are commiting a lesbian act.
I thought the drum was the heart beat of our Grandfathers. Not a female. there are females that are drummers. Try looking it up on the web.
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