You can come dance with *us* any time. The SCD class I dance with
varies as to composition enough that there are times when we have more
women than men, times when we have more men than women, and (rarely)
times when we have equal numbers of each. This happens often enough
that nearly everyone who is an experienced dancer is comfortable with
switching sides. In fact, we've had occasions when a pair of women
elected to dance together, leaving some men with only other men to
choose from for partners - which they happily did (no request to "split
up" the pair of ladies).
Sue McKinnell (Silk & Thistle class of the Chicago USA branch)
Bryan McAlister wrote:
> Having within recent memory screwed up doing this from the other side > I am aware that changing sides is difficult if you're not accustomed > to it. However on my sole other effort to dance wrong side (Mairi's > Wedding), my being on the wrong side so horrified the lady dancers in > the set (and I like to think that this was not because they expected > me to mess up) that I changed back. It's so hard being a man!
Susan McKinnell xxxXXX@xxx.xxx http://suedan.com
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable
one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore,
all progress depends on the unreasonable man." -George Bernard Shaw