Interesting. I think it's good for the image of pole fitness... that it's something athletic and not so much for entertainment purposes. However, I would not feel comfortable having a man present in class to be honest.
I thought this was interesting: "There's a difference in the sociology," he says. "Women are very supportive and encouraging, while men tend to goad each other into things." It's very true. Sure, men can pole dance, and can be amazing at it and it's a great thing, but doesn't neccessarily fit into the dynamic of the women only classes.