Culture $ Diveristy chapter 4

Gender and Performances:

Staring, Smilling, and Touching

Eye contact encourages interaction. In conversations, women hold eye contact more than men. But men have thier own brand of eye contact: staring. When men stare at women, they are claiming social dominace and defining women as seual objects.

This i can relate to as a man a often look at women in a lustfull maner not looking them in the eye but at other parts of the body. I sometimes undress them with my eyes or imagine them as my sexual partner or sometimes putting myself in thier partner shoes. Never taking it any futher than just a day dream.

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About Chef Lloyd Copeland
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