Why Everyone Hates Eyes Contact
Have you ever wondered why eye contact can be so piercing? Here is a brief video discussing recent research that confirms that eye contact makes us feel more self-conscious. They also go over some interesting cultural differences. For example, did you know that some cultures do not permit persistent eye contact between low ranking people and high ranking people? High ranking people can be your boss, or even your parents! As we know, in the West, an absence of eye contact no matter what the rank, signals lack of respect. Interesting!
Watch the video to find out more.
Women Look Too – Sexual Glances of Interest (Hidden Video)
It turns out that men and women are not all that different when it comes to their sexuality. Women and men both love sex and have sexual fantasies. However, despite our commonly held believe that women less sexual, they are still curious, and while they often take a more passive role, still enjoy the process.
In this video you will see women on public transit checking out a ‘man’s package’- a generously size package at that. Now watch for the visible cues the women give off displaying their sexual interest.
I see furtive glances, lip licking, lip touching, lip compression and tongue poking in the check (shows negative though indicator i.e. repressing a naughty though, thinking or fantasizing with an idea.), running the tongue over the teeth, and smiling.
The main difference is that most women are not overt in their interest and do not wish to be caught. Women, by nature are less assertive and less aggressive when it comes to their hidden desires. Most men, on the other hand, are required to be confident and assertive in order to start the entire dating process. This is why we see men being more obvious when it comes to sexual glances. For men too, there are far fewer risks of being labeled sexual and therefore more sexual latitude. Therefore, when men look, they take additional risks and freedoms.
Could women handle a more over display of male sexuality?
How about another.