Are flat chested women easier to dance with?

dTas

New Member
#2
wow! uh... in what way are you referring to?

i suppose if you look at the extreme opposite i would agree that yes, flat chested women are easier to dance with.

but i think that the question of breast size really should refer to balance. if a large breasted woman knew where her balance was and how to maintain frame, connection, and balance then there wouldn't be any problem.

it would be a hinderance if the size of the chest was disrupting the movement or balance in some way.
 
#3
They're only easier to dance with if someone in the partnership has a problem with chests touching during the dance. Which many people do... in a blues class at Reno this weekend, at one point the instructor paused, came over, pointed to me and my current partner in the rotation, said "with the exception of these people, nobody is dancing close enough".
 
#5
Ok ... I feel better. I read that in another thread, and all of a sudden I saw my new passion crumbling in front of my eyes :roll: :lol:
 
#6
jon said:
They're only easier to dance with if someone in the partnership has a problem with chests touching during the dance. Which many people do... in a blues class at Reno this weekend, at one point the instructor paused, came over, pointed to me and my current partner in the rotation, said "with the exception of these people, nobody is dancing close enough".
I imagined so. Women with bigger chest still have a balance, otherwise they (we) would be falling at each step :wink: .... I mean, I can see why jumping rope is easier for flat chested women, but I didn't think dancing would be that bad. Oh well, ... :roll:
 
#7
emanuela said:
jon said:
They're only easier to dance with if someone in the partnership has a problem with chests touching during the dance. Which many people do... in a blues class at Reno this weekend, at one point the instructor paused, came over, pointed to me and my current partner in the rotation, said "with the exception of these people, nobody is dancing close enough".
I imagined so. Women with bigger chest still have a balance, otherwise they (we) would be falling at each step :wink: .... I mean, I can see why jumping rope is easier for flat chested women, but I didn't think dancing would be that bad. Oh well, ... :roll:
It just doesn't look as good when you dance the jive....... :cry:
 
#8
chiwenl said:
emanuela said:
jon said:
They're only easier to dance with if someone in the partnership has a problem with chests touching during the dance. Which many people do... in a blues class at Reno this weekend, at one point the instructor paused, came over, pointed to me and my current partner in the rotation, said "with the exception of these people, nobody is dancing close enough".
I imagined so. Women with bigger chest still have a balance, otherwise they (we) would be falling at each step :wink: .... I mean, I can see why jumping rope is easier for flat chested women, but I didn't think dancing would be that bad. Oh well, ... :roll:
It just doesn't look as good when you dance the jive....... :cry:
If the jive is similar to jumping rope (I have no clue), then I understand. But I don't understand what it has to do with how easy it is for the partner that dances with you. Anyhow, what are you gonna do, get a reduction (well, still an option)? Although, imagine how many dance lessons you can pay for with the money for a reduction :wink:
 
#9
i haven't noticed any difference in terms of 'easy' or 'difficult'. if the big chest comes with a heavy frame, then it can be difficult if the follow can't keep up with song, or keep time.
 

newbie

Well-Known Member
#13
For A.T, where a chest-to-chest contact is sometimes required for some routines, I clearly prefer flat partners. For dances with only hand-to-hand contact (cha-cha, swing...) I slightly prefer flat partners, as extra chest means extra weight and therefore more efforts required to lead, but actually I don't mind. And when I'm just sitting and watching people dancing, I tend to prefer curvy women.
 
#14
:lol: :lol: womanly aspects are always appreciated.. neither extreme is preferred i suppose.. except for booty ofcourse.. junk in the trunk PLEASE! :shock: :applause: :lol:
 

Joe

Well-Known Member
#15
chiwenl said:
It just doesn't look as good when you dance the jive....... :cry:
You're not supposed to bounce THAT much in jive! If you're flashing your high beams a lot in jive you're bouncing way too much. The bounce is supposed to be below your...um...headlights.
 
#16
I would tend to think that we(the lesser endowed types) would be easier to dance with as the guys are looking us in the eyes instead of looking at our, er..."elephants"! :lol:
 

mamboqueen

Well-Known Member
#17
junk in the trunk.....I just burst out laughing and my cat fell off the sofa as a result. Sabor, you're a hoot....


I'm of the small-chested variety, and while I've always wanted bigger, I think it would be a hindrance for me to suddenly be big. I think as far as doing exercise and dance goes, I'd rather have my size. But then again, there's always those low-cut dresses that look better on women with good sized boobs.

Where's Joe...I can't believe he's missing out on this :)
 
#18
Ditto, Mamboqueen. Actually, I have some blouses & dresses that are extremely flattering even to my meager bust. A really great push-up bra helps keep things perky, too! 8)
 
#19
emanuela said:
Are flat chested women easier to dance with?
:? :?: And why? :?: :?:
Easyer to dance with ? No.

Nicer to dance with ? No.

Nicer to look at while dancing ? No.

Nicer to look out while not dancing ? No.

Easier to look in the eyes when dancing ? Yes.

And while doing anything at all, for that matter...
But then again, I was always told not to stare endlesly into the eyes of a woman, it's creepy for them, so I like having something else on wich to focus.


By the way, I'm Lita, what are you doing later on ?
 

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