Not only in New York.. I read this and had to share one way or another and get your feedback, after all, inquiring minds always want to know.
With all of their lights and motion, the streets of New York provide a panoply of visual stimuli. Yet one of the most popular sights for men has been around since long before the Dutch settled in New Amsterdam: women. Men are forever looking at women.
There are lascivious looks, artistic looks, skeptical looks, and inquisitive looks. And women’s reactions are equally varied. Depending on the look, the looker, and the circumstances they may feel uncomfortable, proud, threatened, or admired. In New York, where anonymity is easily maintained, men and women engage in a game of looks and solicitation of looks by employing a variety of non-verbal means. Though fleeting, these exchanges can achieve a surprising depth of communication, often involving “onlookers” as well.
We all do it, it’s not reserved to any one particular race, group, place or age even- It’s basic, natural instinct that men fight to resist only when we are in the company of a woman. SO we really don’t mean any disrespect, it’s like the dog that just has to sniff the other dog even if it’s a random passing down an unfamiliar sidewalk. What’s your take?