Video by Lifetime - Dance Moms: Stage Moms (S2; E6)
A driven, egotistical mother who will claw, scratch and push her seedlings to achieve fame and fortune. Preferably the fortune...and all the glittery trophies money can buy.
A young impressionable Jewish boy who is a bit naive and quite shy. (don't forget the gutteral chhhh!) Yeshiva (or Jewish school) boy. Typically, such teen-age boys are very studious, shy, sheltered, somewhat naive, and not at all into the "pop culture" things most typical American boys their age are into.
A flirtatious coquette. She uses her feminine wile to charm the diamonds out of rabbit suckers. "Ah, the grisettes! I had almost forgotten. They are another romantic fraud...and oh, so charmingly, so delightfully immoral!"Mark Twain/ 1869 Innocents Abroad. Pictured: Infamous Madam du Barry who hussied her way into court and in the arms of King Louis XV. Portrait by: François-Hubert Drouais.
A Sworn virgin who have taken a vow of unnecessary chastity. Ok, it is necessary. They hide in the comforts of mens clothing to earn proper wages. If there is no male heir, the burrnesha takes on the role as man in order to inherit the land passed down from ancestors. As a man she gets to exercise her human rights many take for granted. Some will even marry to keep the charade going just as Glen Close did for the character Albert Nobbs.