Traveling abroad and across the UK to teach allow me to meet a lot of students and have different conversations. One in particular that keeps coming back and saddens me are the male beginners entering the world of dance and taking the huge steps to do something completely new, which is certainly out of their comfort zone.
Lately, I heard in many occasion from them, how the women at a higher level don’t accept dances, how they have no patience with them, how they are harsh with them, how that makes them feel discouraged to pursue dancing.
Ladies remember men are meant to be problem solvers, providers, and they are supposed to look after women. However, they find it difficult to hold a position of inferiority, meaning, they find it difficult to make you smile and dance beautifully.
Growing a dance community is quite difficult. We need to look out for each other and always remember where you came from. We were all beginners once and I am sure we appreciate a helping hand.
Don’t forget to GIVE the love BACK whether to beginners, whether to teachers, whether to the promoter that was there for you when you needed one.
Ps: We hear complaint all the time that there aren’t enough men, hence, that could be one of the reasons!
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