****** DancePersonals.com Sign-up form ********
Please fill this form out so that we can set up your DancePersonals.com page. Email the information and three jpeg photos to email@example.com. Or mail them to Robert Abrams / 130 East 94th Street, #1B / New York, NY 10128 / Attn: ExploreDance.com, and we will scan the photos for you. Please include a SASE if you want the photos back (or we can charge you for the postage if you prefer).
Name you would like listed on your personals page, if different than your real name:
Tell people about yourself:
What kind of a person you are looking for:
Type of partnership desired (list only the categories that apply to you - make up a new category if you don't see one that fits): Amateur partner, Pro partner, a date, a long term relationship, Marriage and children, Platonic friends with whom to hang out and dance
Dance purpose(s) for partnership (practice, competition, new turns, etc):
Types of dances desired for this partnership (we have suggested a few possible categories and dances, but it is not intended to be comprehensive - be as specific as you want): Smooth (American Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango), Standard (International Tango, Quickstep), Rhythm (American Cha-Cha, Rumba), International Latin (International Cha-Cha, Rumba), Brazilian Samba, Argentine Tango, Swing (East Coast, West Coast, Lindy), Night Club (Hustle, Romantic Two-step), Hip Hop, Ballet
Your dance level (Examples - 2 years of private lessons, 10 group classes, Competitive Bronze):
Gender of desired Dance Partner:
Location (City, State, Country):
Other (anything you think is important for prospective partners to know that didn't get covered somewhere else):
Your email we should post on your personals page:
Other contact information you would like posted on your page (only include information you feel comfortable giving out):
INCLUDE up to three jpeg photos of yourself. You do not have to post a photo, but you are more likely to get a response if you do. We suggest at least one head shot, and at least one photo of you dancing.
NOTES: Many personals sites require you to specify your body type, and other details about yourself and about the person you are looking for. Sometimes this is useful and sometimes it is just confusing. For instance, one site asks people to distinguish between "toned" and "shapely toned" - what the heck does that mean anyway? Include as much or as little such detail as you want.
WARNING: Meeting people, over the Internet or otherwise, has its risks. Use common sense. For instance, when meeting someone for the first time, arrange to meet in a public space, such as a dance studio. We reserve the right to remove any photos or text which are offensive.
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