I'm just hoping you'll eventually address the point of the OP, which I think you're still missing. (Am I guilty of judging you simply because I think you're missing the point?)
I've addressed the point of the OP numerous times. But I will indulge you once again. The problem I have with the OP is that in the attempt to highlight one Christian principle it seems to condone the violation of another Christian principle. I think there are much better analogies to demonstrate the principle of "thou shalt not judge" than the one used in the OP.
Well, what about these analogies:
"The tax collectors and the harlots go into the kingdom of God before you." ~ Matthew 21:31
The parable of the Publican and the Pharisee ~ Luke 18:10-14
Can these passages be read as condoning the sins of the tax collectors, harlots, and the publican, the way you read the OP as condoning the sins of the dancer? I suppose they can.
Did Jesus condone their sins? No, He did not.
Could Jesus have used better analogies to demonstrate the principle of "thou shalt not judge" than the ones He used? I'm not going to argue with His choice of analogies, since His wisdom is infinite and mine is not.
Seeing the OP as following the pattern set by the aforementioned passages from the Gospel, I still think you're missing the point through your insistent focus on how you think the OP condones the sins of the dancer.