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Perks of dating a dancer

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Something about gracefully rising into an arabesque in your pointe shoes makes you feel as if the whole world pauses for a minute.

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While that may be so, I don’t approve of the approach towards dancers, and decided to write my own list.Based on my adventurous dating experiences, I have firsthand knowledge of the perks of dating a stripper.The experiences of others may vary, but here’s what I know.So I’ll give you five Obviously, there are several reasons to date a dancer, and many not to, too.I’ll might to a post on that too, actually, just felt these silly lists running around needed an antagonist. I know when my husband and I first started dating, he told his friends that I was a dancer and apparently that led to a 30 minute conversation about the benefits of flexible girls : S ….uuuugggghhh, be more creative, please! Reply yes, it seems to be a returning subject amongst ‘civilians’ when talking about dancers..I mean, flexibility is cool, and I can appreciate a little ‘boys talk’ – but similar to ‘don’t kiss and tell’, I’d say keep some things to yourselves..

And, as I wrote in the list, there are several more reasons Reply Great list.

I would say that my boyfriend has mentioned all of these things in one way or another since he started dating me. As an adult ballet student (non-dancer really), I have been in classes where I am usually the only man among 15 women. It all feels innocent mostly but with hints of romantic and sexy.

He is also an artist so it is really fun for us to bounce ideas off one another and compare experiences. That photo at the bottom is the same photo that is on the Syracuse School of Dance website. And sometimes the men and women professionals would drop into class as well for reason I will never figure out. If I would have been in a class with mostly guys, ballet still would be awesome but not it a ‘dating / mating’ sort of way.

Does it really matter as long as that person is working a legal gig?

Everybody could use a little love and happiness regardless of what their profession is, and that includes strippers.

When you really think about it, not dating someone for what they do for a living is kind of unfair.