(Closed) Would you be bothered seeing your S/O dancing with the opposite sex?

posted 7 years ago in Relationships
Post # 47
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2268 posts
Buzzing bee

In a club, with a stranger…hell no! Things like this are the very begining in giving that girl the idea that more is available…

Dancing, appropriately with a friend (one who isn’t constantly trying to get into his pants) is completely fine IMO.

Post # 48
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I’ve been thinking hard about this. Of the two of us, I would be the most likely to be dancing with a stranger, lol (at a Caribbean street parade, or suchlike).  We are not prudish about what some posters referred to as “dirty dancing” as close dancing is very common and accepted in both our cultures. I have asked him to accompany me to events where there will be public dancing because I would prefer to dance with him, but as it is not his scene, I tend to go without him.  He is therefore “ok” with me dancing with strangers so long as he does not have to witness it. I can understand his perspective.

As for me, he can do whatever he wants as long as it is respectful to all parties and he does not seem to be paying more attention to his dance partner than to me (i.e. dancing all night with the same chick while I’m twiddling my thumbs at the bar)

Post # 49
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2018

If we went together to a club I would care but if he went by himself I wouldn’t care at all.  However he hates clubs so it’s never been a problem.  If we are at some event I don’t mind at all if he dances with someone else.  We actually went to a mutual friends wedding who is his ex and they shared a slow song while I danced with her husband (we are also close to him but not as much as we are to her).  I’ve only been romantically jealous once and that was only because I was surprised since he had never been interested in another girl for almost all of our relationship.  Jealousy for the most part isn’t in our relationship especially when it comes to romance.

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