But while I love the analytic challenges of my day job (and am grateful that it helps fund the rest of my life - especially my desire to take long trips to the other side of the world), I'm most at home on a dance floor. When you have a good partner, a strong connection, and let the music dissolve two people into one, there's really no other feeling like it.
I'm primarily a social dancer (i.e. salsa/swing//bachata/etc.), though my first love is the argentine tango - I spent 3 months in Buenos Aires a few years back doing nothing almost nothing but learning Spanish and dancing tango. While I mostly dance for fun, I have started to dip my toes in the water of competition. Haven't won one yet, but I'm getting close!
On that note, I connect best with women who are comfortable with expressing themselves, moving their bodies, are rhythmic - important qualities for a partner on the dance floor - as well as off it. Touch is the most important sense to me. If you are touch-averse, we wouldn't work. If you're the kind of person who loves giving and receiving massages, who never feels more at peace than when wrapped in a strong embrace, who craves spooning before falling asleep, who loves the slowly increasing intensity of long foreplay, then...wait, what was I talking about? I got distracted.