Our cultural social dance is changing for the better. More of the dancers on Oahu are confident in knowing what they want to do on the dance floor. They somehow think that being just an average dancer is good enough. Competition dancing should be accepted and those people should do as they please. But cultural dancing is not dancing per se, it is moving to music in a way to enjoy the music, and not to do tricks.
"There are not enough crutches for all the lame excuses."
So a man dances a rumba with one lady using a small part of his 40 move repertoire and they both "enjoy" the music, because it was one of the best at one time (the oldies.) Fine. Then when he dances the Rumba with the next lady he can again use some (not exactly the same) of his regular routine moves. The lady's response is not the same as the prior lady either, but good enough for the both of them. The result in most cases will be a dance well danced by both parties to the enjoyment of the music - that is the most basic of social cultural dancing.
Night Club Dancers and Social Dance Club Dancers are different but there will always be an exchange of movements between them. Because they will be dancing at many of the same venues and to the same kind of music. It should be very simple to accept. And in the West there is the coming acceptance that places like Dot's In Wahiawa can be duplicated not exactly but for dancing yes, Waianae, Kapolei, Pearl City, Salt Lake, and even in Liliha.
From Actual Court Records:
ATTORNEY: The youngest son, the twenty-one-year-old, how old is he?
WITNESS: Well, ... uh, ... he’s twenty-one.