Part of what I was trying to say is that, for the most part, none of the moves in the pattern dances are individually all that difficult - men's or lady's parts. That's not the point.
Sure, getting a consistent and correct ice tracing is hard. Good style is hard.
But the really hard part has always been moving with someone. When someone does a blind turn into closed position, and the partner is right there where they have to be at precisely the right time for the joining to be perfect, that shows real mastery. When your feet step over each other in just the right positions, and no one trips or stumbles over the other, or two people move at exactly the same time, in matched position and style, even that shows some mastery.
Dance isn't difficult moves or a "romance" with physics. It's togetherness.