Modern Gentlemen…

dancing is not incongruent with gentility

In "Pride and Prejudice," Jane Austen asserts: To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love.

…do not consider dancing incongruent with their natures. Quite the contrary, dancing proves a most invigorating means of experiencing music and gaining new acquaintances. More transcendentally, Psalm 149 instructs us to “praise His name in the dance.”

Dancing is a fixture of the human experience.

A gentleman who professes not to dance has, inartfully, applied an understandable aversion to popular trends to the general concept. He simply has yet to find a dance to suit him.


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