Women really feel some-kind-of-un-easiness when women get stared at their breast by men
Do women really feel some-kind-of-un-easiness when women get stared at their breast by men. What kind of feelings/uneasiness comes ?
I think it depends on the woman and the way a man is staring. Many women who are flaunting it want someone to see, but it is uncomfortable when a guy is not even trying to be subtle.
The uneasiness comes when a woman is not trying to be oogled at. When she is modestly dressed and trying to maintain a conversation with a man, that is where things can be uncomfortable if he disregards eye contact.
I think most men would find that avoiding staring at breasts is quite hard, not least because that is nature's way. If staring is done in a lecherous, purely sexual way, it becomes sleazy and uncomfortable to the woman. The feelings a woman experiences in such situations are those that make their skin 'crawl', a feeling of being 'not a person, but an object'.
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