It is thought by some historians that men were the first to practice the hula — perhaps as a training method for the vicious fighting warrior technique know as Lua. Indeed, women were long banned from the hula temples, forbidden from the dance. Ultimately, that changed and women took to the alter and the stage.
The male hula kahiko is fast, intense, & sometimes filled with disguised sexual undercurrents. Male or kane hula is respected and cherished by the local Hawaiian population today.
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