The subject of what qualifies as dancing like a girl actually came up in a bar discussion recently when we were watching some young drunk girls out on he dance floor. This discussion involved 3 gay men and myself, so some bias must be taken into consideration here. The general consensus of my 3 gay friends was that most of society equates dancing like a girl to dancing in an overtly sexualized way, which usually translates to dancing like a stripper. I actually don't consider this type of dancing to be all that feminine. For that matter, I don't even consider it to be all that sexy (but that might be me looking at this through glasses tinted by 4 1/2 years of hormone use), This type of dancing always looks forced to me, and rather unnatural. And I find whenever that is the case, it doesn't look sexy or feminine. In Western society, girls are given a much larger freedom to express a range of emotion in public. And this is even evident on the dance floor. To me, dancing like a girl is about being complete emotional freedom. When the song says slow and moody, dancing like a girl involves showing that. When the song says rock out, dancing like a girl involves doing that as well. The best song to dance like a girl is one that evokes a range of emotions at different places in the song,, and thus permitting all that emotional freedom to manifest over the length of the song.