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Member # 9896
 - posted September 05, 2007 20:27
so a friend of mine says i can really be the bomb with the ladies if i take up ball room dancing or swing.
I wonder if what is left of my manhood will be flushed with this endvor?

Any thoughts on the matter?
Member # 748
 - posted September 06, 2007 04:30
Well, in ballroom dancing, the man gets to lead, without conditions. That would be better for a male ego than just about any other social situations, don't you think so? [Wink]
Member # 9896
 - posted September 06, 2007 06:16
Forgot all about that leading part....
Member # 3698
 - posted September 06, 2007 12:16
I tried a little swing dancing back in college, and it's something I hope to get back to and really learn eventually. I don't see how swing dancing could possibly be considered to not be masculine, though. A number of the more advanced moves are fairly physically demanding (though I understand they don't require as much strength as they appear to if done correctly).
Member # 10751
 - posted September 06, 2007 17:21
A man who can dance is always a good thing. Simply having more confidence out on the dance floor has more people looking your way, or at least not glaring at you.
There are also plenty of women out there who would love to be asked to dance, and I would think that men would be more willing to ask if they felt more confident in what they were doing.
You wouldn't have to be Baryshnikov. Just being able to step around a little & have fun with a woman helps.
Member # 9896
 - posted September 06, 2007 19:56
Thanks for the support. I guess i will have to try then. I will keep you folks posted with the progress. I will have to keep my two left feet in order then.

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