The so-called slippery slope is actually a dance with parts of ourselves we are unwilling to acknowledge or admit. Our patients often need to bring their sexuality into the foreground and not just dance with us but tango as well; we need to be pushed and pulled; held in open embrace with a seemingly dissociated body; to be led (and sometimes to lead); to pivot, staccatolike, and then be taken on a long glide, sometimes drastically, sometimes close to the edge. The question is, Are we always up to it? What if we don’t like it? What if we do?