We have several women who routinely flaunt the rules of cabeceo and pester men for dances. We have women who come right up and ask, some who stand in front of men and "make eyes" at them, some who say "the next dance is mine, OK?", even after they have been explained the purpose of cabeceo over and over. This "cutting in line" (because, of course, they are stealing the dance from the woman the man really wanted to dance with) is making both men and women in the community crazy. Men have to resort to hiding to get away from them. Last night a woman came up to a visiting teacher, stood in front of him, and "made eyes" at him. He refused, saying that he needed to leave. Later he told me he didn't want to leave so early but she forced him to. We don't want to be rude, but what is an alternative? I've tried explaining cabeceo to them, and one actually said "Yeah, I'm not going to do that."