Shaun Sperling Bar Mitzvah Dance - Madonna, Vogue - 3/14/92





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Published on Aug 10, 2012

On March 14, 1992, Shaun Sperling read from the Torah and became a Bar Mitzvah in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. The theme Shaun chose to signify the religious celebration of him becoming a man was, 'Madonna'. To kick off the party, he performed a dance to 'Vogue' - now strike a pose and lets get to it... (I do not own rights to this music. This video is not for professional use and no copyright infringment is intended)

Comments • 1,236

I listened to you on The Moth and hadn't seen your video yet, so I paused the podcast after you were done speaking to look this up. I'm glad I did; this almost brought me to tears, especially after learning how sharing this video opened up new doors for your future. This type of confidence and joy inspires young minds and can change the world. I hope if I ever have children that I can encourage them to be happy and proud to be themselves so they can shine like this. Beautiful ~ keep inspiring people with your talks! Best wishes to you :D
Congrats on being in the "Transparent" opening credits!
you've got balls of steel dude.  awesome.
Emma Azizo
I applaud him for being himself and fantastic in 1992!
Nil P
no sólo es hermoso el baile, o la edad a la que interpretas una obra maestra como vogue, sino la tolerancia de su familia, al ser una fiesta religiosa le permitieron realizar ese numero, que fue estupendo!! hermoso en todo el sentido de la palabra!
You are so awesome. That's all.
anthony gerard
a small snippet of this video is shown over the credits opening of TRANSPARENT a new series on Amazon.com channel, its about a middle age father of 3 adult kids coming out as TRANS...
Deana Nicholas
This is so beautiful
Omar Quintero
Well that's one way to ruin a nice party
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