Single Men

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  11. Dr Allen actually allows for more flexibility in a relationship as it progresses, one does not always have to be the leader and the other the follower, she says. Also very interesting is her theory that as we grow older, male and female roles change, so that the man becomes the follower and the woman the leader.
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  13. As for the dance analogy, that doesn't really appeal to me. I never cared for either disco or ballroom dancing. when i was young I did a lot of country dancing, I liked dances where partners whirled each other madly around, and where you often ended up dancing with all the men in the dance (Strip the Willow, and stuff like that), I suppose it appealed to my naturally promiscuous nature.
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  15. by Louise C on 2005 May 29 - 03:53 | reply to this comment
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  17. As for the dance analogy, that doesn't really appeal to me. I never cared for either disco or ballroom dancing.
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  19. Yes, but whether you like dancing or not, you have to admit ballroom dancing simply wouldn't work if both tried to lead.
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  21. by Otter on 2005 Jun 1 - 16:02 | reply to this comment
  22. Both leading
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