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Wukking up Barbados

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Hey guys this is kind of Radom not sure if I'm on the right forum but I'll give it a shot anyways

I'm dating a girl for a few months now from Barbados it's quite serious. She insists a big part of her culture is wukking up which in Europe we call basically grinding on guys. For people who know this dance style is it normal for girls in relationships to still do this? Where I'm from it's something that's super out of order to do with someone if your in a relationship and would cause a huge argument or break up. I've said I don't like it but it's her culture so I can't tell her to stop she can do what she wants at te end of the day. She says it's means nothing to anyone but I find it very hard to believe bajan guys are not loving that dance... Am I in the wrong to be upset about this?

Thanks

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