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SOCIAL CONDUCT

“In Tango, we seek the embrace and the connection which can only be formed with the openness of the heart, the mind, the soul and the respect with one another.” ~T

At Tangamente, we aim to provide an inclusive, safe, and comfortable Argentine  Tango and cultural experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, or any other characteristic or trait. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. We do not tolerate dancing that puts you, your partner, and people around you at risk of physical injury. We do not tolerate inappropriate behaviors (including unsolicited dance instruction) which make your partner and others uncomfortable in classes, milongas, and social areas. It’s OK to say ‘NO’ to a dance, or any activity and all attendees must respect the right of others to say, “NO.” Violations of these rules may result in being warned, suspended, or expelled without refund at the discretion of the organizer(s).

 

We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone who causes discomfort, unsafe feelings, and physical hazards to our attendees.


To report issues, please contact the Tangamente organizers and staff team on location or email info@tangamentesf.com

ETIQUETTE

If you dance frequently enough, you have experienced a chaotic dance floor. A chaotic dance floor has no flow, people weave in and out of lanes, and couples enter with no regard for those already on the floor. Accidents and near collisions happen almost everywhere you look. I believe this happens mostly due to the fact that people have not learned proper tango etiquette and floor craft. Lack of floor craft is most obvious at crowded milongas.  

Click here to read the rest of the pointers or for a refresher!

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