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Updated on July 16, 2010

Will learning the tango make you a better sex partner?

Will learning to dance the tango make you a better sex partner? Actually, the answer is a big YES!

The tango was a dance invented to make both male and female more passionate, and better lovers. The tango is considered to be a form of sexual foreplay, and if you ever really watched the tango closely, you can see why!

The male is very dominating, with the female being both dominate, (the curled finger, "COME HERE" gesture) and submissive. First she plays hard to get, but she warms up as the tango proceeds, and in the end she gives in and is totally submissive to the male, as he literally sweeps her off her feet.

Face it, even with women's lib, most women want a strong male that will protect her from the world and sweep her off her feet. Although the tango may be viewed by some as a relic from the dark ages for many others it is an exciting and passionate experience.

It will be well worth your time and effort to learn the tango along with other sexy Latin dances. You know the old saying....Want her to be more of a woman? Then try being more of a man!

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Learn to drive women wild, it's easy!

Would you like to simply drive women WILD?? It's easy! Just learn to tango. And if you say that dancing is not for you, take a look at the video below. The woman does most of the real dancing. The guy has the easy part. The tango is just a matter of walking around and supporting the female partner.

Antonio Banderas is almost 50 years old here, so most of you guys have no excuse at all not to give this a try. Plus it is really good exercise.

And...women are always attracted to men who are seen with an attractive partner. It does not matter if that attractive partner is a dance instructor. Just being seen with another attractive female is going to up your popularity with women of all ages. This really works.

The tango is all about SEX!!!

The tango is all about SEX!

How did the tango start?

As odd as it may seem, the tango is only the third dance in the history of the world in which the man and woman face each other with the man holding the woman's right hand in his left, and his right hand around her. The very first dance done in this position was the Viennese Waltz, which was popular throughout Europe during the 1830s.

This new way of dancing was thought to be immoral and scandalous, as all other dancing involved no more physical touching and contact than a brief holding of hands. Dancing was a very formal and stiff affair, with very careful steps and timing. In the 1840s the Polka came into vogue, with couples holding each other the “new way”. Then....

The third dance, the tango, was completely different in not only the way the man held the woman, but that there were no real formal steps. The couple made the dance up as they went along. The tango would go on to influence the way we dance even to this day.

The tango started out in Argentina with the lower working class people. The tango would evolve into one of the most popular forms of dancing of the 19th century.

It is said that the tango was born in the brothels of Buenos Aires. And, this is probably where the upper and middle classes first encountered it. The lower, immigrant classes and the upper and middle classes came into social contact through the brothels of the day.

The brothels were very popular, but because there were few women in all of Argentina, and even fewer yet to work the brothels, there would often be long lines of men, waiting to get in.

The owners of the brothels would often employ tango musicians to entertain the men as they waited in the long lines.

It did not take long for the men waiting in the brothel lines to start dancing the tango….with each other no less. When they finally did get a chance to tango with a real live woman, they had better be a good dancer, or they would not have a chance to dance again. ( Hence the saying, " You're done dancing!") There was a huge shortage of women in Argentina and these ladies had their pick. If a guy did not know how to dance the tango with ease and grace, he would quickly be replaced by another who did.

The tango music and dance united people of all kinds and classes. Men honed their dancing skills and tried new things to impress the women, hoping to stand out and get their attention, because that would be the only hope of getting a sweetheart or wife in that point of time in that culture. Because of this kind of competition, the tango grew and evolved into a form of courtship and later on ….even into a kind of foreplay.

What else turns women on??

What else turns women on? GOOD MANNERS! I am not kidding! Even if the guy is downright ugly, if he has good manners, most women will find him charming and like him. When men have good manners it makes a woman feel secure, and that's what women really crave, feeling secure, like she is being taken care of.

Do you ever wonder how a really ugly guy gets all the good looking women? Ever wonder what he has? I know what you are probably thinking, and I will tell you right out, THAT does not matter to women all that much. In fact, good manners and sexual attraction go hand in hand. If you don't believe me, try it and see. Open doors, pull out chairs, treat your date like she is fragile and precious, and just watch her open up to you.

Lots of guys think you need all kinds of money for a woman to be interested in you, and I will tell you that is not true. Women will take a risk on a guy who she finds charming and well mannered, even if it looks like he will be poor for his entire life.

In the end, women want to be loved and cherished. They want to be protected and taken care of. The roles of both men and women have changed quite a lot over the last 50 years, but some thing never change, and never go out of style.

Good manners, and the tango will be here hundreds of years from now, turning on our great, great, great grandchildren the same way it turns us on today.

Some things just never go out of fashion....

Beautiful women dance slow sexy tango, with each other!

Very Sexy- two women and the tango!

Cell Block Tango


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      magnoliazz 6 years ago from Wisconsin

      Lone Ranger- I understand your point of view, we live in a superficial society. Young men are vulnerable, they often fall for the wrong kind of woman, I have seen that with a brother of mine, believe me, the entire family was upset over her slutty attire and her total lack of manners. Not to mention she was brainless. Sadly, I see more and more women out there just like that. They only care about themselves. A sign of the times and our youth and beauty culture.

      I am thinking the economic downturn will be a great character builder. this beauty and youth culture we live in is simply not serious enough to cope with the changes to come. Everyone will have to grow up and become mature. And, its about time too.

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      Lone Ranger 6 years ago


      You are a good friend to Magnoliazz and I respect and appreciate you for that. And, I hope you are right when you said she "is the exception to the rule."

      I want to believe that with all my heart; it's just that I don't hear women talking like she does and showing the courage that she has or even showing such grace under fire. She gives me hope that not all the good women are either dead or dying.

      I will admit that I visit her frequently because she is such a breath of fresh air...and she has rekindled the hope that resides in my heart (and she's pretty darn interesting to boot).

      I sure do hope everything is going smoothly for you on the other side of the world. And, best wishes to you and yours, my friend.

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      Lone Ranger 6 years ago

      My Darling Edelweiss:

      I will have to respectfully disagree that "...anything that gets people off their feet and moving is a positive thing", but I understand where you are coming from.

      Indeed, it takes a great deal of energy and skill to dance like that, but the question is whether people should be dancing and dressing like that in the first place. You may not believe this, but I got into a friendly fracas with some cheerleaders and their mothers (on another chat forum) because I said that (overall) cheerleaders are not the best role models and often send out the wrong messages. Needless to say, that wasn't what they wanted to hear.

      Please know that I did not watch any of your steamy videos; your naughty commentary was all I could handle. And, after a cold shower my heart-rate resumed to normal. No foul.

      At any rate, I just hate to see women play the sex-card like they do. I have 3 sons and I'm afraid with all the young women who idolize Fergy, Brittany Spears, Jessica Simpson and Katie Perry, etc, that there won't be anyone of substance left for my sons to marry when the time comes.

      My dove, it is no secret that I have taken a liking to you, but I also fear that a drop-dead gorgeous woman like yourself may be promoting sin over substance without knowing it. Trust me when I tell you that it wouldn't take much at all for a man to fall head-over-heals in love with you. When that happens...and it will, I just pray that you have been sending out the right kind of signals so you will attract the right kind of man. I want you to be happy and healthy and please forgive my hyper-vigilance and over-protective demeanor; my poor sons get a heavy dose of it daily. :0) Warm wishes to you and yours. - L.R.

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      dreamreachout 6 years ago

      Lone Ranger: Fortunately, the author of this hub is a lady who has all the qualities defined through the adjectives in your comment and she is ofcourse an American!! Maybe, she is the exception to the rule!!


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      magnoliazz 6 years ago from Wisconsin

      Thank you Lone Ranger, you bring up some good points. Some things do go way too far. I think more and more people feel just like you do. Lots of women have no common sense when it comes to provocative dress. It seems to me that they are not aware they are sending out a message about themselves that is less than flattering.

      Then they complain that they are not respected.


      The tango is a sophisticated and sensual dance. I have always loved the Latin dances. And, with the huge weight problems we are seeing today, anything that gets people off their feet and moving is a positive thing.

      These dances look easy, but they take a lot of hard work to pull off successfully. I admire anyone who can do this well, its the same as admiring a sports figure.

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      Lone Ranger 6 years ago

      I personally think American women are overly sexualized and are in need of some serious training in modesty. Too much attention is given to raw carnal attraction and sensuality, but when the animal attraction fades, so does the relationship.

      I think perhaps if women were to exercise a little more modesty, restraint, and morality, they would attract better men who are even more excited by a woman's character, personality, faithfulness, and "fruits of the Spirit", than with her devotion to carnality and skills in sensual foreplay. What we need is far less sensuality and far more morality.

      Nothing turns me on more than a "morally sensuous" woman! The less skin I see, the more I can focus on her mind and spirit. The more I fall in love with her mind and spirit, the less likely I am to notice flaws in her flesh through the passage of time.

      My darling Edelweiss, Our Father in Heaven has already given you a beautiful exterior, so all you need to do is focus on beautifying your interior. You don't need to learn the Tango to turn a man on - I'm sure just locking your beautiful eyes with his will do the trick. I know it works for me! :0)

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      American Tiger 7 years ago

      Magz> Feel free to elucidate on those "few other suggestions" you find drive women wild. My consulting firm sees that sort of thing as core curriculum, and I'm always eager to listen to smart women share their secrets.

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      An 7 years ago

      Hats off to the ladies who can dance on very high heels!! i would have broken both of my ankles and if i'm really unlucky---my neck too.. XD


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      Blake Ford Hall 8 years ago from Now Rising Out of Phoenix Arizona Earthlings

      You should put the reference in future articles on the subject. Good hub Magnoliazz - Keep on Hubbing. Blake4d

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      magnoliazz 8 years ago from Wisconsin

      Hi Blake4d!

      LOL...I loved that show too...The Adams Family...could'nt wait to get home and watch the old reruns...too funny!!

      Remember cousin IT and Thing?

      And...the kids...Pugsley and Wednesday or was it Tuesday? They were the first ones into the Goth thing.

      We would also watch old re runs of Dark Shadows! Even my dad got hooked on it! I can still hear the strange music!

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      Blake Ford Hall 8 years ago from Now Rising Out of Phoenix Arizona Earthlings

      This hub reminds me of my favorite TV couple as a kid, Gomez and Morticia Adams. They would Tango themselves into a sexually charged ghoulish frenzy...and they loved each other so much. Gomez and Morticia were perfect soulmates, and never missed an oppourtunity to Tango.

      Not my most intellectual response, but I loved that show. Keep on Hubbing. Blake4d

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      dreamreachout 8 years ago

      Ha ha ha .. Lol!! :)

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      magnoliazz 8 years ago from Wisconsin

      Well Dreamreachout, you will just have to find other ways to drive women wild!

      You are an intelligent guy, right there, that drives women wild! LOL....I could give you a few other suggestions, but I don't want to get too naughty on here!

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      dreamreachout 8 years ago

      Wow!! Fabulous article!! But i dont like dancing .. I am a sports avid .. Playing tennis since 1982 .. Wats the solution for me?

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      magnoliazz 8 years ago from Wisconsin

      Hi Ben...Actually I am 44 , soon to be 45. most people think I am still in my early 30s....thats from staying out of the sun!

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      Ben Zoltak 8 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Great article, my wife and I like to dance, but I haven't mastered the tango! She's a much better swing-dancer than I, but we hope to take some classes someday in the future.

      "Want her to be more of a woman? Then try being more of a man!" Never heard that before, lots of men would do well to learn from it.

      What I want to know is, are you over 50? Your profile pic sure doesn't look it! I'm just saying with your last observation about:

      "roles of both men and women have changed quite a lot over the last 50 years" maybe you were just speaking metaphorically. I only ask because another writer on here, that I thought was in her mid 20's from her profile pic, turned out to be 50! I couldn't believe it, anyway, youth is a state of mind to be sure.



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