What the readers say

My article on dance ettiquette provoked a lot of responses, pretty much all positive (I don't remember any negatives) and pretty much all from women (struck a nerve, I see). Apparently, however, I didn't cover all the questions that many of you still had and wanted answered. Many of these questions are not areas where I'm qualified to answer and/or don't have a particular opinion. However, I will attempt to collect some the comments that I've received from my readers (some of whom I would consider the "experts") about how they feel about the issues I've discussed and about other topics related to the dance experience. Feel free to throw in your two cents.

I want to thank everyone for all their feedback (especially the compliments!). I haven't been dancing much lately and this has allowed me to get more involved in dancing than I have been in a long time. It's been a lot of fun.


General Issues

Women's dance fashions

One reader (and a nice dance partner) senses that guys often like to see styles that are more appropriate for other activities than dancing, or for other types of dancing than they are doing. (I'll leave out the rest of what she said on this topic. :-) )

Men's Fashions

The Leaders

Agree? Disagree? Write to me and let me know what you think.

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Last updated January 14, 1999.

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