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Although it would have been entertaining if they had the rose stems!
But what I find most interesting is how differently women are talked about depending on their ethnic background.
I truly believe it stems from cultural differences and upbringing.
Now, I don’t know exactly the environment that Simpson grew up in, nor do I know the one that Lopez did.
So last week, Jocelyn Bresnick and I went to a place downtown called Casa Vicente, a Mexican food restaurant that holds tango dancing every Wednesday night from 7 p.m. Now, when I think of tango dancing, I immediately think of the stereotypical dramatic side to side, Addams-familyesque gliding across the floor, with brisk and fast moves back and forth. When we walked in, people were dancing slowly in the middle of the restaurant near the bar. He gave me a pretty odd look and added the obvious “you’re looking at it,” comment to make me feel even more stupid. Never during any moment in the dances did the dancers lose eye contact with one another.
I went up to the bartender, thinking because we were early that maybe we had caught the last end of the ballroom dancing. They weren’t looking at their feet but were fixated on eachother, almost looking at the other for the next move across the floor.
But he seemed very interested in my Border Beat class and he wanted to kind of give me a taste of his culture.