So first of all my motivations and possible rewards as a mark are different than a man’s. I am not interested in romance, or confirmations of my virility. I am not interested in her tits or smile. I do not feel her beauty as an acquisition.
The physical sensation will never be the same because I do not have a lot of mass or a workman’s chest. We can snuggle, but it’s not going to be as good. So the “rhythmic” style of dance now popular which is about having a hug with spectacular musicality, is not really open to me.
Someone asked me if I could enjoy that style marking a man. Problem is that if I find a man small enough that I can see over him to dance in close embrace, then he is probably a mark who I want to revel with, not to mark.
Again because of the mass I cannot delight a girl by hurling her out of axis. I cannot support her unmanaged weight with a finger or two, only with good and mutual technique. Girls sometimes ask me to dance expecting what JT, wiggling her fingers in the air, described as “magic”.
I am not a teddy bear. And two sets of breasts can get a bit busy.
Marking for me is therefore about art, and as an artist I’m a sculptor, so where other people are interested in rhythm, I’m interested in shape, form, contrast, dynamic motion. And I need a revel who is ready to dance, not be danced.