Ladies!  Need your advice for my second date!


Ladies! Need your advice for my second date!

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    February 4, 2014 at 5:27 pm #47206
    Ladies! Need your advice for my second date!

    Apologies in advance if this may not be the right forum, but I didn’t want advice from another male. If there is a different forum, please let me know…


    I had a terrific first date with this woman. She’s lighthearted, sweet, physically affectionate and touchy (no sex or kissing yet).

    We just got off the phone, and during our conversation she invited me to this dance class she is teaching as a one-off for her friend. It’s a very spiritual thing, involving dancing through your chakras and all that.

    No problem so far. I’m happy to do things like that. I’m not shy or reserved, or even a bad dancer myself for a white boy. : ) My concern is that this being our second date, and even though we’ve already held hands and walked arm-in-arm, I don’t know how much of that should be revealed at the class.

    If I act flirty with her, that could look unprofessional on her part. If I hang back too much, I could send the wrong signal. There must be some middle ground.


    February 5, 2014 at 4:20 am #47218

    If she is inviting to to an event that seems very personal to her, I think that itself is a huge thing. Meaning she feels comfortable and attracted to you enough to have invited you in the first place. That being said you should act flirty when you two are alone (before the dance starts) and not so much while the others are there (since it is her dance class).

    April 11, 2014 at 5:53 pm #47207

    You do know that a little eye contact and a nice smile could easily do the trick. It shows that you’re interested but not overly eager to be physical or clingy or any other that nonsense. Maybe try waiting for her after class and then give her a hug or something.

    April 11, 2014 at 5:54 pm #47221

    Great advice! Thanks!