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Female Behaviour- 4

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Mr X : Wow.. look at her.. 

Mr Y :Oooh..

Mr X : ……..

If she had a boyish figure, will she be a blossom in your eyes..?

If she doesn’t have that curves and curls, will you still ogle her..?

Is it because of the feminine shape, she is being stared?

Why don’t you take your eyes off her?

Or are you simply enjoying the beauty of the world in her face..?

I know that it is a common guy thing to appreciate a girl’s beauty. So there’s nothing to be done on that. And we girls also appreciate the beauty in you, guys.

Looking is not that bad, but when it becomes ogling/staring for a long time, the situation changes.  It is inappropriate and should be stopped as and when she is uncomfortable. 

And she can easily read from his body language when that looking turns out to be an ogling. 

Beware; there are two more eyes which got burnt in those awkward looks. And the fire from her eyes is well enough to pierce into his veins making it bleeding.

I wish if he could just imagine himself in her position… And above all he is disrespecting not only her but also himself with that dirty looks.

And another fact is that she might have tuned into a mute mode with that constant ogling. Then she is in fact pitying him, reading him, reading him as an undignified figure.

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Author: Akhila

I am flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

46 thoughts on “Female Behaviour- 4

  1. Pingback: Female Behaviour – 15 | Words and Notion

  2. Have you ever seen the YouTube series – Mans world?? … U reminded me a scene of ogling in that… If u haven’t then do, I think u will like it 😊

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    • i didnt see.. let me check it out.. thank you shefali for suggesting..

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      • It’s a nice short series (4 parts if I remember correctly), won’t take much of your time, all about gender behaviour… something I recommend to every man who fails to understand the plights of women…

        While ogling is justified as appreciation of beauty for just mere seconds…But they fail to see when one is looked n stared at day in n out by not just one man, but tons of them…its a deliberate attempt to make us feel uncomfortable…

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  4. looking for more than 3 seconds constantly become inappropriate , i believe , but its much less time to appreciate beautiful things lol.,,,

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  5. I like the lines…And above all he is disrespecting not only her but also himself with that dirty looks. That is what ogling is, disrespectful. Great post Akhila.

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  6. as I already said..social blogger..one who raises social issues..I have one idea how to solve this issue

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  7. Ogling is one of the national past times it would seem at the rate at which men here seem to do it. It is a sad reality for most people as they don’t learn how incredibly irritating it is. Hope they will learn in time! Cheers on another wonderful post Akhila ☺️👍

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  8. It’s incredibly uncomfortable when we, as women, are stared at and wolf-whistled. It may seem like a compliment but it’s also disrespectful and demeaning.

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  9. Great words as always!! 👌

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  10. True..first of all we feel shy,then we get irritated,anger. Then we feel pity 😑

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  11. Such a irritating thing…

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  12. I’m a man but I hate men.

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  13. Akhila..noted (respectfully, saluting) the ‘beware’ aspect! ouch!

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  14. I’m tempted to share something, but then.. ! one of “our” pass times during an exam invigilation is appreciating (oogling seems to be so ugly a word) people, men and women 😀 😀

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