The universal complaint is….
That men don’t know how to be men; women
don’t know how to be women. It helps to see heterosexual love as a
mystical dance. The male leads; the female follows. You can’t have a
graceful dance without each partner playing his part.
The dance is based on love. The male is always considering his
mate’s wishes because he loves her. In some cases, he will ask her to
lead. As in a ballroom dance, who can say which role is more
important? Both partners are of equal value. The dance requires both the
leadership and dynamism of the male; and the beauty, love and grace of
the female. In the dance of love, two people become one, and
the fruit of this mystical union, is often a child.
By Akka Old Fart