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Hi, Toaha—Your first two examples are grammatical; in them, "find" is followed by a (finite) "that"-clause from which "that" has been deleted.

I would find those two sentences more natural if "find" were followed by a (nonfinite) infinitival clause: "I find you to have . . ."

Also, I would use a hyphen between "seductive" and "dance" in the second example, to clarify that it is the dance, not the fetish, that is seductive.

The third example is incorrect, but it would be correct if you changed "as" to "to be": "I find you to be a . . . ."

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