1/ Dance is one of the best metaphors for inter-sexual dynamics within a marriage. The man leads, the woman follows. No-one is passive. Neither partner moves in the exact same way.
2/ Though the man leads, the way in which the woman follows effects how leads. Each partner allows each other to shine at times. The magic is found in the interplay of their differing movements. Let me give a great example from...
3/ ..a Jack and Jill Dance competition. Jack and Jill is a format of competition in partner dancing, where the competing couples are the result of random matching of leaders and followers. In this case, Kyle Redd and Nicole Ramirez were assigned to each other and randomly a song.
4/ The sensual movements might be too much for some but I like how they illustrate the interplay of the sexes. There is a "sensual" element to it but not of the sinful sort. It's involves feeling and reacting. You can watch it here: redirect.invidious.io/watch?v=Pk2pZTCT…
Kyle Redd & Nicole Ramirez "Mamma Mia!" - Invitational Champions...
Meta:⭐ Leader: Kyle Redd, USA⭐ Follower: Nicole Ramirez (Clonch), France🌟 Event: Budafest 2022📆 Date: January 9th 2022🗺️ Location: Intercontinental Hotel ...youtube.com
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5/ Men should want a wife who follows their lead but that in no way makes her passive or a non-influence. Quite the opposite, a passive and uninvolved wife will undermine the beauty of the marital dance. The magic of marriage is found in the interplay of two sexes dancing.