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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    I think we all knew this because it is only biological and natural for men to do this:



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    I am still baffled why women get offended when a man stares at her chest or hips, especially if she is wearing provocative clothing.
    That my be true but, IMHO, attraction may vary based on the attractee.

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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    Quote Originally Posted by Lutherf View Post
    That's rather subjective and, possibly, biased. Definitely requires a qualified second opinion.

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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    These aren't the boobs you're looking for. Move along!
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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    I think we all knew this because it is only biological and natural for men to do this:



    https://www.msn.com/en-ca/lifestyle/...FaA?li=AAggxAX

    I am still baffled why women get offended when a man stares at her chest or hips, especially if she is wearing provocative clothing.
    You know, being on the other side of this now... Recently had the maintenance team over to fix some plumbing and the lead guy kept staring at my chest. It was, uncomfortable. Seriously, I'm talking to you and you're talking to my chest. Eyes up here buddy, show me the respect I'm showing you. And I wasn't wearing anything "provocative". He just kept looking.

    Now I know why the ladies generally did not appreciate that in a day to day setting. You look people in the eye if you want to say "I hear you", you look at their chest says "Whatever... BOOBS!" And it's annoying.

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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    I am still baffled why women get offended when a man stares at her chest or hips, especially if she is wearing provocative clothing.
    Glancing and Staring are very different. It's hard to blame a guy for a glance, but staring at anybody is incredibly rude and unnerving regardless of what your reasons are for it. Nobody wants to be leered at like a piece of meat.

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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    I think we all knew this because it is only biological and natural for men to do this:



    https://www.msn.com/en-ca/lifestyle/...FaA?li=AAggxAX

    I am still baffled why women get offended when a man stares at her chest or hips, especially if she is wearing provocative clothing.
    Yes dear and I make game out of it when we people watch. Lots of pointing and staring and disturbed smiling. We are not exactly known for subtlety. The game itself is subtle though, the basic premise is she makes a comment or asks a question and I make sure to pay enough attention not to get caught in a verbal trap. Its kind of a one sided game that has decent scenery depending on where we end up. Almost a verbal jujitsu match. Lots of entendre involved. I am not sure what the women and men we look at think of it, not that we actually cared. Do you care what your meat thinks of you? We are just examining the goods in the meat market and commenting on it that's all.
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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    Quote Originally Posted by soylentgreen View Post
    Try this experiment. next time you are standing next to a man and having a conversation with him. Instead of looking him in the eyes be very obvious about staring at the point where his penis should be. Do you think the other man might become a tad offended by this?
    You really can't interchange men and women's sexuality. They really are very different. The Golden Rule does not, and cannot, apply.

    I remember this local political debate once, where the woman was upset and angrily asking the other male candidate: "How would you like it if you were just trying to walk down the street and a car full of women pulled up to you and started cat-calling and flirting with you?"

    The man didn't say anything. I think he was just not sure how to answer. Then a wry smile appeared on his lips, and the whole audience just broke out into this nervous laugh. 'Nuff said, he seemed to be saying.

    What works on one sex is not interchangeable with the other.

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    Re: Men looking at a woman’s chest and hips

    Quote Originally Posted by ataraxia View Post
    You really can't interchange men and women's sexuality. They really are very different. The Golden Rule does not, and cannot, apply.

    I remember this local political debate once, where the woman was upset and angrily asking the other male candidate: "How would you like it if you were just trying to walk down the street and a car full of women pulled up to you and started cat-calling and flirting with you?"

    The man didn't say anything. I think he was just not sure how to answer. Then a wry smile appeared on his lips, and the whole audience just broke out into this nervous laugh. 'Nuff said, he seemed to be saying.

    What works on one sex is not interchangeable with the other.
    It was more a thought experiment than try it in real life experiment. But true the best way to annoy a man is not to sexualise him but to simply dismiss him as irrelevant. If you want the equivelent for a man then the Best way is to simply ignore what he said or just tell him to go away and stop bothering people. Men have just as much a need to be taken seriously instead of being objectified as women do.

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