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ADVICE TO MEN
Rick Archer, SSQQ, 1999
After 25 years as a dance student, a social dancer, a dance
teacher, and a dance studio owner, I have had the opportunity to welcome over 50,000
people to SSQQ. I suppose this gives me a rather unique vantage point not shared by too
many others. In the following article, I cover ideas regarding the relationship of men to
women in the wonderful world of dance. I might add that I wish someone had written this
article for me back when I got started.
In my opinion, when it comes to dancing men repeatedly make
key mistakes that turn women away from them. This makes no sense because dancing is
without a doubt one of the simplest, most effective ways there is to meet women in a large
city like Houston. Basically, ladies love to dance and it is a fun, safe way for them to
Since it is difficult and uncommon for a man to become an
excellent dancer, the few men who do take the time to succeed become very popular. The
stakes of the game being what they are, the following article details my suggestions on
ways for men to improve their odds a little bit.
I would appreciate your reactions to this article. If you
wish to share them with me, I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I might add I am very poor at proofreading my own work. If you find an error or two
or two hundred, feel free to give me a hand by pointing them out to me. Thanks !