When a man sees a woman in revealing clothes, this is what he hears

This post comments about the failure of society to inform young (and older) females what men are really thinking when they see a woman in revealing clothes. At first, they might think she looks good, but their thoughts quickly move from the complimentary to the imaginary–thoughts about what he would like to do to her and vice versa. Women do not know that men see them as making an offer and that is why they don’t understand why guys would say “she’s asking for it.” Men really believe it is true.

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“This body is for you”

That’s the message a man gets when he sees a woman in revealing clothes. A variation on what a man hears with his groin is often:

“This body could be for you”

Another statement his groin makes to the man’s brain is:

“This body is up for grabs.”

The next step is to take action.  He sees something he likes and the next step is where men and women diverge.  That’s when the trouble begins.  He sees what he likes and he takes action to try to obtain the use of the body for his pleasure.  He does not end his assessment with a view and a thought, a man does something about a woman in skimpy clothes and he believes that her style of dress indicates that she wants him to make a move.  I for one, had no idea I was making an…

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Caroleena, ivy league educated X-Hooker in Honolulu, respectfully presents social commentary/wisdom based on experiences with humor for everyday people

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