One of the most common stereotypes about the relationship of men and dance. Where it came from and why it rooted so deeply in our reality is a rather complex and interesting question. We will try to find and answer in this interview.
We are, of course, talking about pair dancing. As soon as we are faced with the need to attract adult men to dance, we always, one way or another, face a stereotype: REAL MEN DON'T DANCE!
Dance is an expression of your feelings and emotions. Women are more tender creatures, they easily share their experiences, they just need to tell and show what they feel. This, in my opinion, is one of the reasons that when it comes to dancing, most of the girls jumps up with joy and rushes to the dance floor.
Men, of course, are brought up differently. No one should ever know how he feels. The enemy is everywhere. You have to be cool. Expression of emotions is weakness. All are taught to be Shtirlits. And with such a program is quite difficult to go and show everyone what you really are, to express themselves in the dance movement. Well, what can I say, dancing girls in most cases very nice to look at, the men on the dance floor do not look so graceful.
When you dance in pairs, there is no outside world. It's just man and woman.
Dance with a girl - this is a great way to make her feel nice, to please her. You can give her diamonds, drive to resorts, drive to restaurants, be a great lover. And it is possible to dance with her. None of these things are better or…