I do not trust him anymore
Is is appropriate for my husband to accept a dance invitation from a stranger while our with me?
No it is not. It might have been 20 years ago, but come on, us babes are empowered now.
Tell him to go dance on his own toes.
If he is trying to control you, your fate relies on how you react. Personally, I would slap his jaw, but in those day of equality, that action might land you in court!
You can lead a calf to water, but you can't make it drink. Take of that what you will, for either you or him. Best of luck
It is rude for a man to turn down a dance invitation from a lady, even if she is a stranger. It's just the etiquette. If you don't want that to happen, do not visit such public places, because most likely there will be a lot of stangers.
Is the issue really just a dance with another lady? Your title does not match your concern you posted here... ?
If she was in control, he wouldn't be dancing with other women. Next time, you go ask a gent to dance with you. No harm in that, right? Maybe then he will feel the way you did. Or he may beat you when you get home???
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