Massimiliano B wrote:I can stare at a woman if she is very beautiful, in the same way women stare at beautiful men. It's normal.
Hello false equivalence!
When a nontrivial number of women regularly go from staring at beautiful men to sexually assaulting them, then we can talk about what's "normal". But as long as that huge disparity in behaviour exists, different standards will apply.
Massimiliano B wrote:Obviously, it depends on the time and the distance. If I am in front of one girl it's impolite to do that. If I am at an adequate distance (5 metres or more) there is nothing wrong. If I stare at a girl for one hour with open mouth and I am two metres from her, that's disturbing. This is my opinion.
Reasonable people may differ on what is the appropriate distance, length of time, manner, etc. for gazing upon a stranger's body in public. But because this difference of opinion exists, the responsible thing to do is err on the side of caution, i.e. stare less than you personally might think is appropriate.
Massimiliano B wrote:If a woman is dressed in a way that does not attract my attention, I can behave differently.
Does this mean you are somehow physically or mentally unable
to restrain yourself from staring at women who attract your attention? Because if that's the case, you might need professional help.
I've spent a considerable amount of time trying to teach my older brother socially acceptable techniques for looking at women in public. He's been arrested before for making women uncomfortable with their states. He's also being clinically treated for mental issues.
Massimiliano B wrote:We are speaking about a disco and about some girls with tight dresses. Usually, but not always, they like to attract attention.
But not necessarily your
attention. Egotistic much?
"Richmond is a real scholar; Owen just learns languages because he can't bear not to know what other people are saying."--Margaret Lattimore on her two sons