"He actually had the nerve to ask her if she liked dancing"

Dancing Maenads, the Crazed Followers of Bacchus.
Public DomainDancing Maenads, the Crazed Followers of Bacchus. - Credit: Marie-Lan Nguyen/Wikimedia Commons
Dancing was not generally thought proper behaviour amongst reputable Romans, and was certainly not a suitable activity for a respectable Roman woman. Dancing was the activity of drunken men, slave girls and prostitutes.