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    Most often awesome, ecstatic, alive, sexy. It's primal and emotional...or sometimes just silly and fun...I tend to feel most at ease with music in a performative way.

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    *rrrrrrrrr*
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    I like dancing; it's beyond words.

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    Never really thought about how it makes me feel. Good.

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    Wha?? What kind of dancing is this anyways?

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    You know what they say about those who can dance....
    What if everything's an illusion and nothing exists? In that case, I definitely overpaid for my carpet. - Woody Allen

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    I like dancing...I even took a dance course for 2 years (just like entropie, a secret dance course, ahah). Although I don't love "slow" dancing, I strongly prefer a faster rythm.
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    Dancing is an intense release -- sublime.

    I have studied, purely at the amateur level, ballroom, ballet, and bellydance. Ballet holds a special place in my heart, but bellydance is one of the sexiest, more primal art forms ever imagined. When I lived in New Orleans, I would go to the Dungeon, my favorite goth/heavy metal club, and dance like a maniac. But by far the best dancing I've ever done is in my own room, for myself.

    I love expressing that eroticism inside, and dancing is the best way to do that (besides the 'other' kind of dancing you do in bed!). I got over most of my concern over dancing in public when I realized that no one is thinking about how bad a dancer you are, because they're all too worried that someone is judging them for THEIR dancing.

    My current favorite booty-shaking song is Marilyn Manson's "Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World".

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    It does not make me feel.

    I have tried to dance once about 10 years ago. But I have realized/comfirmed to myself that dancing is not my thing. Plus I never had the need to dance. So there is no contradictory feelings in me about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mipp View Post
    Dancing is an intense release -- sublime.

    I have studied, purely at the amateur level, ballroom, ballet, and bellydance. Ballet holds a special place in my heart, but bellydance is one of the sexiest, more primal art forms ever imagined. When I lived in New Orleans, I would go to the Dungeon, my favorite goth/heavy metal club, and dance like a maniac. But by far the best dancing I've ever done is in my own room, for myself.

    I love expressing that eroticism inside, and dancing is the best way to do that (besides the 'other' kind of dancing you do in bed!). I got over most of my concern over dancing in public when I realized that no one is thinking about how bad a dancer you are, because they're all too worried that someone is judging them for THEIR dancing.

    My current favorite booty-shaking song is Marilyn Manson's "Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World".
    very nice post imo. i will investigate the marilyn manson song. normally i avoid him/it like an STD. perhaps it's like Nietzsche's snake crawling into my ear.
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