Belkira the Tulip wrote:
differing anatomy interests, modesty, religious morals, social morals, cultural morals, etc.
There isn't one answer, people have various reasons that are the same reasons as with women and men.
So, in other words, you're just going to pretend that the reasons we've given are exactly the same.
Yeah, you're hopeless.
It was a nice try.
No, actually, it was lazy.
I'm hopeless? You're the bigot not accepting that some people are just different. Just accept the fact that there men who have similar feelings to women when it comes to these measures.
I'm not naive. As I said, I know some people are just bigots and there exists some differences in the scenarios, i.e. if a woman gets raped by a man, she can get pregnant while a man can't. At the same time, I'm realistic. You can't have a sexual interest in something and not be attracted to it. That doesn't make any sense.
I just wish you would put away your bigotry and just accept that people are different or in this case, the same...
Inventing new surveys to match the ones in your imagination rather than the ones that existed?
Oh, hi Gbaji! No, the question posed was whether or not they check out guys in the shower, not if they shower in order to check out guys.
Did you ask them if they EVER checked out a guy in the shower? or would you sneak a peak of someone that found attractive? If not, was it because of the fear of being turned on? I interpreted your question the way I stated it because it's human nature to be attracted to something that you're attracted to and the last time I checked, they are human.
Besdes, you said the consensus was "No, not really. I'm really just there to shower and move on.". That doesn't mean "no", it means "not really". My interpretation of that response is that they do run to showers to look at men, they just shower and move on. Not that they aren't ever attracted to other men. You even said that you think it becomes so habitual that it loses it's **** fantasy. How can you lose something that you never had?