15 reasons why men STARE at women!

on Jul 11, 2013 , 01:29 pm
Every time I have an unwanted eye contact with a stranger at work or a mall or anywhere else, I realize that he was already staring and checking me out. While I am still trying hard to figure out when men love to stare, here are few of the top reasons that justify their cheesy gesture towards almost every woman they see.

1.    Men are born to stare. Most Indian men feel it’s their birth right to check out almost every possible woman they see around them – walking, standing or merely passing by.

2.    You have to have guts to digest this one. Some men feel women like to be stared at and that’s why the needful from their side. LOL.

3.    No wonder if some men say it’s a fun hobby for them to check out any and every girl. Ah, seems they really have nothing better to do in their life. LOSERS!

4.    For men, women are like commodities (read sex objects) that have to be scanned from top to bottom and from all possible angles. Even if they don’t dare to come near you, they ensure that they embarrass you to death just by their stares.

5.    The best is when road side Romeos stare at the most beautiful girl in the town… yeah, yeah, I understand, forbidden fruit is always more tempting.

6.    Apparently, men get a high by staring at women. Well, I guess it’s only to satiate their perpetually sex starved senses that they would give sleazy looks to women.

7.    For some men, checking out women is like a status symbol that they love to boast in front of friends. Whether the girl in question gives a damn about it or not, who cares.

8.    Giving affirmation to their manhood, some men feel it’s manly to check and stare at women.

9.    At times, men would stare less at the woman but more at the guy she is hanging out with --- I assume these men only want to figure out why they do not have her as their arm-candy.

10.    Women are God’s most beautiful creation and some men do use this as an excuse to check women out. WOW!

11.    It seems men find it hard to come to terms with girly fashion and maybe that’s why they get this strong urge of continuously staring at women to understand what she’s wearing and WHY!

12.    Some sleazy men have the guts to say that they stare just to reciprocate to the woman’s gesture. Yeah, as if he is the only man alive on planet earth to be picked.

13.    Indian men have been programmed in such a way that they can’t help but stare at women. Upbringing, values, peer pressure or whatever.

14.    Men certainly don’t get enough of being with or around women at home (sister, mother or wife), which is why they can’t help but stare at every woman they come across.

15.    Let’s give some men a benefit of doubt, as they can genuinely be looking out for a prospective female partner so what better than staring can help.
Naveen Chinnam
When men stare at women they are actually viz. her in bed.......... It's a terrific feeling baby!
on Jan 25, 2014 , 11:26 am
I accept that I stare women in the similar way as I stare Taj-Mahal. It's a human nature that when they see something different or something attractive they tend to stare. Men do not stare at all the women, they only stare at good looking ones. And believe me, men also stare at men if that man is different (in a positive sense) or good looking or very muscular. Some of you points are correct but you need to see the things from opposite point of view too.
on Dec 31, 2013 , 02:51 pm
Prannay Jha
http://subtlewords.com/2013/08/06/i-am-not-a-pervert/ Staring is wrong. But so is blaming a guy when it is advertised. It'll take a few decades for that to be accepted
on Oct 03, 2013 , 04:55 am
Gurumurti Balakrishnan
good way to criticize men, men are curious that is all, so too women too, but each start telling other bad, that is called world!
on Jul 23, 2013 , 05:04 pm
Shiv Pandey
Firstly we are surrounded by so many versatile personalities (both in man and women) which can’t be generalized under common category. Secord there is a fine line between “Stare” and “Checking Out” and this is commonly used by both men and women. So please don’t claim men are only experts. Men get noticed very often as their approach is direct (some time rude) but what about other half who also walks on the road with “Open Eyes”. Also probably you missed all “Gentlemen” who falls in none of your categories and I can’t generalize them as Indian or Non-Indian. So please look around for nice people instead of focusing on “Staring Eyes”. I’m sure you will revisit your list for correction.
on Jul 17, 2013 , 01:08 am
Rutesh Khot
Minakshi perhaps u dont have a father or a brother that is why you are generalising men.Not all stares are rude i know some of them are really disgusting but still a look cant be categorised as a rude stare. Top spin are you gay or what i dont blame you the so called developed nation guy i know u guys have lost it u dont stare at woman u stare at other men,animals,dolls with all your fetishes.Bw never abuse an indian men becoz u cant beat us at it ,other wise ur mom and sister will be flooding the comment section very soon so better stop spinning around motherf#@%^r
on Jul 15, 2013 , 11:25 am
Mayuresh Shinde
Tera Har Illzzam Qubul Hai..... but rsn why we stair 1.Women are world beautiful thing in world coz they have beauty with feelings we just observed them to be a deserving to them bcoz that desire make cavemen to stylish if we leave Our 'Natural Behaviour' then we will never shave neither use deo maybe some will never take bath in life
on Jul 15, 2013 , 11:24 am
Ujjawal Ranjan
Indian men are immotional, and the hot temperature of India enhances the sex capabilities.........so , they get attracted to other women quickly. The old culture was to hide women in house. In modern days, women are openly hugging friends , wearing modern dresses which is new from some decades. Men in India will adapt it in coming decades soon....if they are ready to do this. The new generations of city and metropolitian places had already adapted...which is a good sign. Similarily, the mind-set will change for all with the modern developing era.
on Jul 15, 2013 , 10:47 am
Kiran K
Although I do not agree with Meenakshi's points, I do understand the frustration that staring generates for Indian girls. Guys can experience this when they walk with thier sister's or mother's and some wierd stranger stares at them like the next thing they are going to do is eat!. Women do love attention, but not through staring by strangers. A simple smile with a quick glance can have the effect of impressing and even opening up a chance for a conversation. But a down right stare is a simple violation of decency and privacy which we Indian men should learn to avoid.
on Jul 14, 2013 , 08:12 pm
Robert Lazar
In general in India everyone is staring at everyone else. Everybody is more interested in somebody else business.
on Jul 14, 2013 , 03:19 pm
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