When you consider dancing as an act, it inspires the truest form of ‘wytai,’ which is a word describing the absurdity of something about society and expectations. In its purest form, dancing would be more admirable if you were to do it as if you were being electrocuted. Those who rigidly learn and mimic the expected forms and motions of dance are the weirdos while those who writhe and move to their own patterns should be the experts. All beginners would be perfect and all dancers would be welcome. Yet we persist in our universal disagreement regarding how dancing should look, each of us intently observing the norms without deeper consideration for what we are overlooking.