Biology plays the biggest part. For instance, when a woman dances, all of the moves look feminine. However, when men dance, it looks masculine, all because men and women are made up of different anatomies and this is especially obvious when they are both dancing.Yep. Someone who GETS it.
"If it ain't biology, it ain't real."
So, I guess what I am saying is that bellydance is both feminine and masculine, it just depends on who's dancing at the moment.