Dancing. Is it Cheating?

<p>In a traditional monogamous relationship, would you consider it cheating if your bf/gf danced with another girl/guy? And of course by "dancing," I don't mean going to Salsa club on Thursday afternoons, I mean rhythmically grinding ass-to-crotch in the basement of some crowded, sweaty frat.</p>

<p>Hmm... probably.</p>

<p>No, so long as he wasn't groping the girl. </p>

<p>When I was single, I loved dancing with guys that were in a relationship - it meant there were no expectations. I could just dance and have fun without the pressure of the guy wanting to hook up with me. Mind you, I'd also consider these guys friends- not just random frat boys (although they are in a frat).</p>

<p>More no than yes.</p>

<p>Dancing... is it cheating???</p>

<p>Answer: HELL NO!</p>

<p>If that's the case, touching someones butt is aggravated sodomy.</p>

<p>That's like asking "Is dry humping with friends in a public place cheating?"</p>

<p>I wouldn't consider it to be on the same level as cheating, but it is not particularly respectful behavior in my book. I don't do frat parties but when I go to clubs I dance by myself.</p>

<p>Not "technically" cheating, but if you really cared about the feelings of your significant other, why would you do it? It's easy to avoid grinding on someone even if you're dancing in a crowded room, so you can still dance and have fun without having a reason to feel guilty about it.</p>

<p>I mean, I'd be annoyed/angry, but it's not cheating.</p>

<p>no, he's probably high and thinks it's me.</p>

<p>i don't think it's quite cheating, but i'd still have a stern talk with her</p>

<p>and by stern talk I mean i'd tell her to go **** herself</p>

<p>considering a lot of women get *<strong><em>ed when they catch their man checking out another girl, I think it's perfectly acceptable to be *</em></strong>ed off when she's bloody dry-humping some guy</p>

<p>no i don't think so but i wouldn't want to know about it either.</p>

<p>What if your partner can't dance for ****?
I get frustrated when my gf doesnt dance right and in the rhythm and I'd much rather dance with a girl who know how to dance...</p>

<p>^^^how hard can it be for her to just rub her ass against your crotch?</p>

<p>It's not cheating at all. I dance with friends all the time, both in a relationship and not. It's a way to have fun. When it gets to groping levels, that's a different story.</p>

<p>As for guys checking out other girls: I appreciate when other girls are hot so I wouldn't be offended, unless they outright said something like "Damnnn I'd love to tap that." That's when I'd get ****ed off.</p>

<p>Not cheating but yeah, pretty disrespectful in my opinion. Particularly if I wasn't there with her. I guess it comes down to a matter of trust at that point, but girls drunk at frat parties do stupid things sometimes..</p>

I mean rhythmically grinding ass-to-crotch in the basement of some crowded, sweaty frat.


<p>I'm a guy and I wouldn't do it. I always thought girls were sluts who danced that way.</p>

<p>So you'd get ****ed if they simply vocalize their interest in a girl, but you'd be totally fine with them getting close 'n' personal with some broad you don't even know?</p>

<p>I was in a relationship with a guy who was gone almost every weekend for a quarter.
I did dance with other boys when he wasn't around, but no, I do not consider it cheating. For one, I talked it out with him ahead of time and so I wasn't sneaking around or anything. Also, I personally wasn't dancing with boys because I was attracted to them; I just wanted to have fun and dance around and yeah, I prefer doing that with a boy. I had no interest in doing anything else and if they gave any indication of wanting anything else- kissing my neck, trying to kiss me- I told them pretty quickly that I was taken.</p>

<p>Would those people who consider it cheating prefer that their significant other just stand around in a corner at parties when they're not around? Or just not go out at all?</p>