I hate grinding. But this is not because I am opposed to the expression of sexuality, public displays of affection or enjoyment. Dancing is fine. Making out is fine. Having sex is fine though I would prefer if it stayed out of Harris for public health and safety purposes. Grinding, however, is inherently problematic.
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Grinding can be an exciting way to turn up the heat on the dance floor, whether you do it facing each other or behind your partner. With your partner in front of you, place your hands on their hips and press your hips against theirs. You can also make things a little more fun by switching between grinding from the back to grinding from the front. For more tips, including how to grind from the front, scroll down!
This post originally appeared on Unwritten. For those of you that aren't aware, "grinding" is that dance that college kids like to do in their free time, in which it more or less looks like two people are dry-humping each other. This also is something referred to as,"freakdancing," which is pretty accurate if you've ever seen a crowded dance floor at a bar -- it literally just looks like a sea of mentally disturbed orangutans attempting to mate. And of course, nowadays, grinding is so mainstream that we usually just refer to it as "dancing," which is sad. Being a normal college kid that likes to go to bars and parties, I'm pretty well versed in grinding culture.
Verified by Psychology Today. Growing Friendships. Instead, they "grind": A boy approaches a girl by rubbing his genitals into her buttocks. She responds by grinding back, as both partners move their hips in a circular or figure-eight motion.