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For the last few days, I’ve been totally obsessed with learning how to dance like a woman. I’ve been doing nothing but trying out the slow sensual dance steps from YouTube. Even while sitting, driving, participating in online meetings, you name it… if I don’t have my video on or mic or have to speak in work meetings, you can be sure I’m standing next to my desk practicing these amazingly feminine movements. They’re so subtle, but there’s a big difference between how men and women “move”, even while dancing. The timing, the rhythm, the fluidity of a women’s arm and hip movements…. it’s so enthralling to watch.
So how does this relate to crossdressing. Well, for me, movement is one of those key markers in femininity. While practicing these slooooooow subtle dance transitions, and exaggerating isolations (such as hip only, chest only) to the fluidity and timing of how a woman dances, I’ve noticed more how my body moves in day to day activities, such as just walking.
Prior to all this, I’d watch a woman walk and try to emulate it. It seemed so basic, just side to side with the hips and all will be fine. But we’re missing so much subtlety and fluidity…. we’re missing the timing. It’s impossible to see or even do unless through dance. Trust me, I’ve tried.
A woman, when naturally walking, doesn’t move her hips in just a single dimensional plane. Not only does it move side to side, but forward and backward, and in a time signature that just exudes femininity.
Practicing these dance moves, and applying that fluidity to basic movement makes it all like beautifully orchestrated music. It’s the kind of sensual femininity, presence, and timing that is noticed. Have you ever been to a venue and a woman walks in and your heart and mind just skip a beat. She may not be the best looking woman in the room, she may not be the best dressed, yet, the second you see her, you “feel” like you just fell in love.
What you actually probably see is that “timing”, that “rhythm” in her steps, the fluidity of her motions and gestures. Something so simple, yet has such a big impact in how she’s perceived.
My goodness femininity is just the most beautiful thing isn’t it?????? Well, back to practicing so I can master this goodness.
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