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The real passion of Tango

Tango is a form of social dance that originated from Buena Aires, Argentina in the mid 19th century. The dancers, ideally a man and a woman dance as a pair, together without separating at a very close/zero proximity. Too many, it's considered as a passionate and seductive form of dancing suitable for intimate partners because of it's close embracement though commonly unintimate people engage in Tango today.

passion of dance to a man BIn history, the dance started as an interplay or representation between a pimp and the prostitute. Later, it was adopted by the corporate ballrooms and than society. The tango instruments could be a guitar, piano, flute, and violin. The initial tango dances were super sexually charged and involved a fight between two men to get the women's attention. The loser could probably get killed while the winner could have the woman as the prize. This means that the passion of this dance by men was to get women as prizes which reflected the paternal nature of the dance. Remember, the women were prostitutes and the men were pimps which shows that the women who used to engage in tango were owned and solely controlled by men.

It's so interesting to dance with more than one person. Usually, five to six songs are played, there is a break and then the dance continues with the change of dance partners. The dance mostly creates sensual tensions among men and women. The passion of this dance within the Argentineans and other people in the world is strong whereby in Argentina, there are dance classes, tango clubs, but the most driving factor is its nature, it has no rules which make the dance to be more personal and sensual. When your dancing tango with either your partner or a colleague, that's when you realize how strong this form of dance can be because you open up your mind and heart thus emotions to the person your dancing with, remember the close embrace. You give him/her the chance to ask you anything and you're ready to answer every question emotionally.

Some people realize the real passion of tango when watching the dancers and their emotional output between them. Most of the times, it's romantic, it can be hatred, and rarely less emotional. If a woman your dancing with can ask you a question, you can't hesitate to answer because you as the man, you're the leader of the dance as per its initial choreography. So, you have to make sure that the dance is interesting as possible and emotionally positive. The content of the dance is majorly influenced by the dancers and most of the times it can bring about misunderstandings between lovers. If one partner happens to engage in tango with some other person, the other partner may think otherwise yet it's or it's not the case.

So the sole passion of this form of dance to a man is to get to know the woman he is dancing with and to feel the proximity of a beautiful lady while forewoman it's rather something of a company and embracement, though in the past it was unrespectable and could happen that more men would attend than women. The fancy steps, looking each other in the eyes, combined body movements, bring about what one could call biological reactions among the dancers. That is why most of the authors call the tango a seductive dance unless if someone is good at socializing and friendship. To some people, tango has been termed as the dance of sorrow which represents love, frustration, and human fatality. The dance targets the main areas of human importance, i.e. physical exercise, social satisfaction, spirituality and mindfulness, cognition, meaningfulness, emotional health, and educational health.

To many, tango is considered as a led by the heart form of dance and therefore creates a big love affair, which some refer to as a 3-minute romance, but it happens that it's so much more than that The complex art of choreography which involves the sustained emotional dialogue with one another thus to many, when they think of tango, what runs to their minds first, is the drama, passion, and romance. In most cases, the feeling that develops when one dances the tango is strong and can grow every day into an addiction as people rush to the dancehalls every evening for the dance. The addictive passion for the tango. I cannot make a final conclusion to say that tango has a dark side dominating the lighter one, but rather it's you to decide which side it's more