Dancing is not as definite a thing as people these days make it out to be. Dancing is meant [these days] to be met with specific expectations and has such a specific meaning to it’s content that I think that’s what makes it so unappealing to me. In my opinion, dancing is any movement of the human body in match with a specific rhythm constitutes dancing. I feel that seeing it in that manner negates the feeling of how the stereotypes of specific types of dancing disappears, and I don’t see or feel judged on how one would normally stigmatize certain ways of dancing as ones stereotyped to be regarded as more upscale [like ballroom dancing]. I see dancing as something that is innate thing in humans, or animals to enjoy doing. But we moved to a more seperated society as humans than we used to. Where everyone knew the entirety of the [tribe] if you will. Eating in much larger groups expanding a bit by your own family, but still being a sizable community, as well as doing other regular tasks together. Gathering supplies together, farming together, preparing food, living much much closer, and raising children together. Especially living closer together. People these days live so far apart from each other, and if the distant isn’t met by those with normal houses and how far their lawns keep neighbors apart, the distant is met with a community of strangers in the majority of apartments perpetuated by people ignoring each other. We’ve increasingly built up this idea in our heads and scared ourselves so much that we think other people are dangerous, even though granted, yes, some are. We continue to be wary of pretty much nearing everyone and we have become afraid of them. That’s not something to happen normally in nature and it’s detrimental to our growth as an evolving species.
This…kind of got really off track. I’m sorry.